The Lightning Bug Situation | Call

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by The Lightning Bug Situation

about love and becoming an adult and relationships
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Pull
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2. Fall
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3. Call
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4. Groundhog
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5. When You Go
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6. Norah's Dream
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7. December
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8. This Body
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9. The Main Character
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10. For Nancy, with a Bruised Heart
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11. And She was Like, "You Rocked My World"
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Album Notes
The Lightning Bug Situation is Brian Miller. Miller was previously the guitarist for Jolie Holland, appearing and co-writing a few songs on her first three albums. He now lives in Philadelphia with his wife and daughter, where he is currently studying to become a couples therapist. Miller has also practiced meditation in the Zen tradition for about 12 years.

Whereas the last album's theme was mainly about becoming a new father, “Call” is mainly about love and adulthood and relationships.


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Beautiful music..
I'm in love with this CD.. The songs are beautiful and the album flows wonderfully.. It has a slight melancholy bent to it but it a good way I guess.. Miller talks about relationships and adulthood and the experiences and feeling those two things bring in a way that we all can relate to.... Pick this one up for sure..