Alan Lee Witherspoon | Life as a ghost

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Life as a ghost

by Alan Lee Witherspoon

The long-awaited solo debut featuring laid-back singer/songwriter, Alan Lee Witherspoon as producer and performer: Midwestern tales of love, loss and hope that are sure to draw you in
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Country
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2. All the Things
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3. See You Next Year
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4. Invisible
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5. Nothing (Orchestral Intro)
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6. Nothing
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7. Never Enough
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8. Stupid
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9. The Heist
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10. AZ Girl
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11. Western Interlude
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12. Everything We Know
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Born and raised in Ohio, Alan Lee Witherspoon has been writing and recording since first picking up the guitar in high school to learn chords from a David Bowie songbook. He grew up on 70's light rock radio, classic rock and 80's pop and those sensibilities are evident in his music. He was a member of "Peppermint Love Apparatus", "Mouth II Mouth" and "Alan and His Brother" during his college years. After many false starts, his first official release "Life as a ghost" will be unleashed upon the unsuspecting public. Written, recorded and produced by the artist, the album takes you on a journey from the lowest lows to acceptance of one's self-worth and to all the confused places in between. From the airy, almost ethereal opener "Country" and it's soul searching narrator to the melancholy strings of the introduction to "Nothing"; from the biting commentary on faux-friend high school drama in "See You Next Year" to the robbery-gone-wrong tale of "The Heist" Alan Lee Witherspoon covers a great deal of ground emotionally and sonically. (CD cover art by Harrison Witherspoon)


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