Expassionates | Landscapes

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Landscapes

by Expassionates

A country/rock/jazz/pop outfit that lays out beautifully crafted, subtly complex songs that make the audience cry and dance at the same time.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Nine Live
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4:25 album only
2. Big Blue Town
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3:23 album only
3. Gone To Kansas
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4:18 album only
4. Dizzy
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2:48 album only
5. Seven Deadly Sins
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3:44 album only
6. Make It Good
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4:39 album only
7. Hollywood
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3:42 album only
8. Midnight In The Desert
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4:03 album only
9. Desert Dreams
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5:58 album only
10. Movin' On
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3:37 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Expassionates is Americana from the heartland meets the sophisticated urban culture of Kansas City. Steeped in diverse currents of rock, country and jazz, Expassionates create expressive songs that range from mysterious nocturnal ballads to playful pop artifacts.


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Sam Andersen

Landscapes
The more I listen,the more I like. Smooth ,but not too smooth

Pete Z.

Unexpectedly Lush
Wow. Sonically fascinating and vocally expressive, with many shades of mood, without ever being jarring or disturbing. Perfectly suitable for a wide range of listening environments. It starts nicely, and just builds — tracks 6-10 are truly outstanding. Obvious, meticulous care went into the mixing and mastering.