Lee Terrace | River the By Down

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River the By Down

by Lee Terrace

The Debut Full Length Album from Syracuse Improg band Lee Terrace
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Loner
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2. Montezuma Soul
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9:18 album only
3. Butternut Funkhauser
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5:26 $0.99
4. Swagger
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8:58 album only
5. Love
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6. The Hook
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7. Cass
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Album Notes
Recorded in the Summer and Fall of 2011 at Map Studios in Syracuse, New York. The album features 7 live tested tracks including old fan favorites and newer originals written between 2008 and 2010:

Loner - A harder rocking drop-D track written in 2009 that makes for a good opener.

Montezuma Soul - Written about the journey back from a concert in 2008, Montezuma is a big fan favorite and has been one of the bigger cannons in the LT repertoire and has always been a live staple.

Butternut Funkhauser - A fun bouncy song about everything and nothing

Swagger - An instrumental journey recapping the tale of a man's attempted drunken walk home from the NYS Fair

Love - A newer ballad that seeks to ask the question "What is Love?"

The Hook - A dance-infused instrumental certain to get your body moving.

CAss - The oldest song on the album, CAss is another staple of the LT songbook and another big fan favorite


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