Ethan Keller | Face Light

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Face Light

by Ethan Keller

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Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Move on (to Better Things)
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2. Papa, Please write me a Sermon
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3. Divine Intervention
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4. Midwest Folk
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5. Stranger
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6. Same Ole Love
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7. Freedom?
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8. Chirstopher's Sister
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9. Ambrosia
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10. Something Deadly
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11. Camouflage
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12. Se Admovere
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Album Notes
What started out as a four-song analog demo in 2005, became 2006's full-length debut from Milwaukee artist, Ethan Keller.

"His solo debut, 'Face Light,' is an optimistic and funk-filled ride through poetic exploration, religious inquiry and meandering guitars… 'Face Light' flows fluidly from groovy, scat tracks to soulful rock songs, never faltering or losing sight of Keller's inherent sense of his own style." - Julie Lawrence (OnMilwaukeeDotCom)


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Chris Keller (CAK)

Slow-burn emotion. Reaching-out genuine. Mellow and loyal--that is Ethan.
Uncle Funk's latest creative effort, Face Light, is powerful music, an emotional slow-burn. Christopher's Sister is my favorite, as Ethan shares intimately in the subject's loss-of-innocence. Same Ole Love by Ethan has bested Anita Bryant's, in its loyal-mellow perspective. The genuineness of the emotions comes through in all the music. The virtuosity on the guitar is understated, but I have heard that virtuoso-guitar side of Ethan at a live gig--awesome!