Kim Lamothe | Philodendron

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Philodendron

by Kim Lamothe

Lamothe plays a intricate and rhythmic guitar combined with poetic lyrics and vocals with a pleasant tension of emotion, expression and range.
Genre: Folk: like Ani
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1. Monroe
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2. Horse and Carraige
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3. From Afar
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4. Overdue
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5. Window
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6. Pine Trees
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7. Wood and Coping
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8. Suspend
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9. Flower or Stone
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10. Afloat
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11. Daisy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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"Girl and a guitar, it seems simple, so simple it's almost off-putting, but Kim Lamothe's new album is the bee's knees. The Tiverton resident's guitar riffs seem to take you to new, unexpected places, her voice is fresh and just a bit weather-worn and jaded, and her sound is pared down. The song construction is simple, just that unusual, intelligent and seductive guitar riff, and a bass, but it lends a tired, straggling quality to her lyrics. When she jams, as in "Suspend," her sound opens up and becomes exultant. She doesn't quite pull off "Wood and Coping," which feels just a bit incomplete, but the album as a whole is anything but; it feels passionate and gripping, country and rocking, sub dued and intimate. The pick of the litter."
~Matt Keefer, Mercury Magazine, Newport, RI

"Lamothe is an intense emotive performer – Melissa Ethridge's fire and Chrissy Hinde's cool with an angry punk rock streak." ~sean mccarthy

"kim lamothe's driving & intricate guitar rhythms are expertly matched with hard-hitting poetic lyrics, & a tough as nails attitude that can turn into a sweet yearning whisper, all in the blink of a tearless eye." ~allysen callery


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Rose McCoy

Playing in my backyard
The music on this cd conjures up memories of playing in my Wysteria trees in the backyard when I was a child. The music for me reminds me of good memories like a soundtrack for your mind. The lyrics are lovely as Kimberly's voice takes you on a trip that you didn't expect to take.