La Overtoner | EP

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Folk: Alternative Folk Pop: Chamber Pop Moods: Featuring Guitar
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EP

by La Overtoner

Alternative folk pop for the lovers of of the 60's interpreted thru the eyeglasses of 2008. Mostly an acoustic affair with two outstanding tracks containing string arrangements. See here fans of Kings of Convenience, Nick Drake, Jeff Tweedy, Mark Kozelek
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Trash Man
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2. Hang By the Kitchen
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3. To Hear You Sing
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4. Let the Jet Stream
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5. Sister Mary Anne
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6. Outtro
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Recorded during the summer of 2007.
This was originally conceived as a side project of Johnny Kilgore, guitarist of the amazing roots rock/alt-country band, Frog Holler. The project took on a life, all of its own, and was out in the local spotlight. With the addition of Dave Harborfield on guitar, Billy Whalen on drums, and Ben Longenecker on bass; they have garnered attention from the music scenesters in the Philly/Reading, PA area.

\"The sound is... built up and enhanced with all the extras that Kilgore was able to bring into the recording and eventually the band.\" Eric Pettersson, Reading Eagle


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