Lee Feldman | I've Forgotten Everything

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I've Forgotten Everything

by Lee Feldman

"I've Forgotten Everything is unlike anything in contemporary pop. If you have a passion for good songwriting, you need this album." STEREOPHILE
Genre: Avant Garde: Experimental
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1. I've Forgotten Everything
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2. My Sad Life
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3. Me and My Sara Remaining
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4. Morning Train
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5. Lee Feldman
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6. Mrs. Green
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7. Of All The Things
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8. Bowling Accident in Lane 3
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9. Give Me My Money
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10. Big Women on the Shelves
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11. Waltz for a Sad Girl
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12. Diagonal S's at the Motel 6
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13. Little While
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14. Hippy Store
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15. Cave
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16. Mr. Feldman
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17. See You Again
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Album Notes
from STEREOPHILE Magazine:
"Lee Feldman's I've Forgotten Everything is unlike anything else in contemporary pop. The songs are alternately sad, whimsical, harrowing, and very funny (although the album's best laugh may be the visual joke on the disc itself). A third of the tunes are waltzes, and all of the melodies are catchy and challenging in more or less equal measure. Above all, the writing voice behind it all is kind, humane, and clever without being too clever: There's nothing arch about Feldman's music.

"Every one of these songs is like a smile you can't read, yet that pulls you along in spite of yourself. Lee Feldman is one of the few musicians in contemporary pop whom I think of as an artist, and I've Forgotten Everything is far and away his best work so far. If you have a passion for good songwriting, you need this album."


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Lesley Pratt

Lee Feldman's wonderful third album
I just listened to my new Lee Feldman CD - I've Forgotten Everything. Listening to this album is like eating wonderful café food that you return to again and again. You might be able to pick out some of the ingredients, but it is the way it is put together that makes it so good and so memorable. The album is suffused with many different musical styles, rhythms and moods. I especially like the simple and somber Give Me My Money and the lilting Mrs. Green.

Fab

A nice discover
I discovered this album in "Last Fm". I fall in love in few seconds.
This album is really nice (and I like to hear it in the end of the day, when the sun go down...).
Fab, from France

Doug Valencia

A good find
Discovered Lee on LastFM as well. I got hooked on the song "Give Me My Money" and decided to buy the album. 100% worth it.

Martin Wieandt

A gem, thruthly
Lee Feldman\'s 3rd album \"I\'ve forgotten everything\" is his best to date. This is much to say as his previous releases \"Living it all wrong\" and \"The man in the jupiter hat\" were great albums in their own right. Go buy Lee\'s records, you will not regret.