Laurent Leemans | Laurent Leemans & the Imaginary Friends Ensemble

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Laurent Leemans & the Imaginary Friends Ensemble

by Laurent Leemans

The first solo album by Ceilí Moss' singer. Sounds like the illegitimate and lazy son Johnny Cash never had with Suzanne Vega...
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Electric Lights
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4:55 $0.70
2. On the Beach
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3. Such Foolish Words
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4. Back In the House
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5. The Last River To Reach the Sky
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6. Three Stars
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7. Fifteen Ways
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8. The Lost
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9. The Kindness of the Two-faced
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10. Morphine Sweet
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11. The Next Time
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Album Notes
Though this album is new, most of the material on it dates back to 1995 and the following years, when I was playing in La Vierge du Chancelier Rolin, or when I begun playing with Ceilí Moss. Some of these songs had been discarded by the bands (who said "and rightly so"?) or just didn't fit, or sometimes were just personal stuff I didn't want to share. The exception that confirms the rule being "Three stars", a song I wrote in 2009, after the birth of my third daughter. "Back in the house" and "The next time" were for a long time regular guests in Ceilí Moss' playlists, and "Morphine sweet" appears in another version on Ceilí Moss' album "La vie sent quoi?" from 2010.

Let's say that before I fully spread my wings as a singer and songwriter, I felt had to clean my closet from all the stuff that had been gathering dust for a long time (my God, are you sure you can't get more pompous? ;) Consider this album as a musical yard sale.


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