Tripping Lily | The Day Everything Became Nothing

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The Day Everything Became Nothing

by Tripping Lily

The Boston Globe says, "Tripping Lily is a genre unto itself." Touted as fresh, energetic, and alive, their pop-rock groundwork is cross-fertilized with folk music and cutting edge vocal harmonies.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. High
3:41 album only
2. I'm Sorry
4:36 album only
3. Chasin'
2:29 album only
4. Getting Good
3:28 album only
5. Little Black Dress
2:34 album only
6. Guilty
3:35 album only
7. I Have No Idea
4:10 album only
8. California
3:20 album only
9. Feeling Full
5:47 album only
10. It's Alright
3:17 album only
11. Wonder Why
3:54 album only
12. Alone
2:12 album only
13. Don't (Live Porch Sessions) [ Bonus Track]
4:26 album only
14. Hello (Live Porch Sessions) [ Bonus Track]
4:17 album only
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Album Notes
A group of musicians who draw their inspiration from within, Tripping Lily has deeply explored songwriting with their personal and passionate work. With Demetrius Becrelis (ukulele/guitar/vocals), brother Alex Becrelis (mandolin/vocals), Monica Rizzio (fiddle/ukulele/vocals) ,and Laird Boles (stringed bass), Tripping Lily blends a unique sound of traditional and contemporary genres. The Boston Globe says, "Tripping Lily is a genre unto itself." Tripping Lily's song "For Five Years or More" went to number one for several weeks on Boston's Folk Station WUMB. Touted as fresh, energetic, and alive, Tripping Lily’s pop-rock groundwork is cross-fertilized with folk music and cutting edge vocal harmonies. The band’s unique ability to absorb traditional music while speaking to the here and now is proof of their versatility as contemporary musicians. Tripping Lily seeks to exploit the empty space of the canvas. They unravel everything they’ve known and in turn, end up in a better place. On August 15th, Tripping Lily "TL" will be releasing their long awaited studio recording "The Day Everything Became Nothing." The band has made a tradition of recording in a similar format to their live performances, which consist of the quartet standing in a slight semi circle with a single microphone placed in the center of their stance. With this record TL decided to take a different approach and headed for the studios at UMass Lowell. The new record consist of fourteen original compositions all written by the members of TL. Of course the band could not completely break tradition, so tracks thirteen and fourteen are bonus tracks, which in fact were recorded live outdoors around a single microphone, where you will hear the usual "to TL" bird chirp, airplane, and even chickens in the background.



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Tim Kelley

I am also an artist here on CDBaby. I bought this album on amazon. I didn't realize they were here or I would have bought it here. This album is the first album in a long, long while to bring a smile to my face. I am what my friends call a music snob. Not because I am a pretentious, elitist person, I just get bored with the same old, same old. My ears demand change and integrity. I want intelligence in my music, melodically, lyrically and harmonically. Tripping Lily brings joy to all of these on this album. I hope at least one of you read this review.

The harmonies on 'Sorry' are just absolutely damn it, the rhythmic changes, dynamics and choices made in 'Changes', again, bring a smile.

Thank you for this wonderful breath of fresh air. I know this album will inspire me in my musical down times.


McCall Bennett-Lawrence

The Big C
It took 9 different Google searches for me to figure out who wrote/sings the song at the end of an episode of "The Big C", but I am glad that I didn't give up, 'cuz Tripping Lily is AWESOME! I am about to download everything they've got on CD Baby... Yippie. I've discovered my newest face band!

david bohlman

oh gosh this CD is just amazing i love the vocals . i cant stop listening to preveiws im going to be buying the cd.... no doubt.