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The Poem Adept | The Sight of Any Bird

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The Sight of Any Bird

by The Poem Adept

Soulful, earnest, and compelling - a perfect blend of the artistry and emotion that exemplify contemporary singer-songwriters. Praised in SPIN, featured on NPR, and lauded by independent press nationwide, this is one of folk music's rising young stars!
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Morning Bell
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2. A Winter's Prayer
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3. Fighting With Myself
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4. Bear & Raccoon
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5. Commons
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6. Anne, Anne
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7. Rewind the Tape Again
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8. The Sight of Any Bird
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9. The Perfect Temperature
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10. Bus or Beer
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11. Walk You Down
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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With the release of The Poem Adept’s second album, The Sight of Any Bird, in February of 2007, Rothbart offers an exquisite and compelling mosaic of songs ranging from the thoughtful and heartfelt “Fighting With Myself” to the satirical and humorous “Bus or Beer.” Insightful, clever, and captivating, The Sight of Any Bird exhibits Rothbart’s depth as a songwriter and serves as an exceptional follow-up to The Poem Adept’s debut album, Songs for the Long Lonely Drive.

Rothbart’s songs weave redemptive tales of love, loss, and longing. With the open road as a backdrop, he writes resonantly of seeking - and ultimately finding - one’s way. Also an editor at the innovative and acclaimed magazine, FOUND, Rothbart draws inspiration from discarded notes and letters sent in by readers worldwide.


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