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Sea of Lucky Numbers

by Tracy S. Feldman

High-energy folk-rock singer-songwriter
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Watchers of the Neighborhood
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2. Laughing at the Sun
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3. Pieces of the Sky
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4. Lucky Numbers
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5. Firewind
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6. Bracing for Thunder
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7. On Common Ground
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8. The Scythe
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9. Insomniac's Lullaby
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10. Origami
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11. A Perfect View
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12. Breakneck Road
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13. Kiss in Flight
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14. Coasting Home
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Tracy S. Feldman is a very energetic performer inspired by progressive rock and new folk, combining classical training in violin and self-taught guitar style. His technically interesting guitar work ranges from fast-paced and hard-edged to introspective and delicate. His artful lyrics explore human emotion and interconnections, and are interwoven with metaphors based in a life-long love of natural history and ecology. Tracy’s recordings include Standing Room Only (1999), Sea of Lucky Numbers, (2003), and Survivin’ in the ‘Burbs (2006). Also, he has recorded fiddle with many other singer-songwriters in NC, FL, and PA, including Akire Bubar (Arms of the Sun), Friction Farm (I Still Believe), Brian Hershberger (Mantle), Mary Rocap (Sweet Mimosa), Laura Silvestri (Standing), Jamie Purnell (Two Different Towns), Greg Taylor (All In My Hands), and Project Mastana (Demo). In addition, Tracy received a Ph.D. in biology from Duke University, and is working as a postdoc at the Noble Foundation in Oklahoma, studying the ecology of viruses that live inside fungi that live inside plants.

Quotes about Tracy's songs:

“Feldman has always had a gift for bringing such strong emotion out of such quietly contemplative songs. He’s a modern version of the 60s folk poet with more passion and fire in his soul.” --Jennifer Layton, Indie Web Magazine

"Tracy strives for perfection in his lyrics." --Jim Graves, WFSS

Quote about Tracy's improvised violin:

"Akire's acoustic guitar work is simple yet gorgeous and is augmented nicely by such things as the perfectly arranged fiddle pieces of Tracy Feldman." --Ray Dorsey, Chaos Realm

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My lab TA
Tracy your awesome. I had you as a Bio 25 TA. Finally after bugging you and not getting you to play your music, now I finally get to hear it. Not bad at all.
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WillWestMusic

Great CD!!!
Deep, thoughful lyrics and amazing guitar work. Tracy and crew have put together an excellant CD here. This is one disc that you won't be able to grasp in one listen. Great depth and production that are not overdone. It's an album that will stay good and only get better. My early favorites are "Watchers of the neighborhood" and "Bracing for Thunder".
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