Matt Monsoor | Comfortably Lost in Greenfield

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Comfortably Lost in Greenfield

by Matt Monsoor

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Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Coffee Mate
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2. Ride
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3. Runaway
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4. A Sunday Afternoon Pt 1
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5. Sally
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6. Sam's Hill
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7. Tough Guy
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8. A Sunday Afternoon Pt 2
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9. Tractor Polly
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10. A Farmer's Song
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11. Miley
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12. Bean Burrito
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13. A Sunday Afternoon Pt 3
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14. Express Bus
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15. Go
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16. Cold Floors
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17. Everyone
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18. Tuesdays Feedings
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19. Dreamin
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20. A Sunday Afternoon Pt 4
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21. Once
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22. Fog
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Recorded in my home on a ridgetop right outside of LaCrosse, Wi. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed the time spent creating it.

Sincerely,
Matt Monsoor

--This is what I enjoy listening to--
Pavement
M.Ward
T-Rex
Spoon
Radiohead
Nick Drake
Uncle Tupelo
Duke Ellington
Nina Simone
Tom Waits
Wilco
Built to Spill
Guided by Voices

See and here more at myspace.com and soon to be videos.


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CD Baby


Great acoustic kinda quirky pop, with great influences across the board. Great songs and instrumentation. Did I mention it's great? YES!! It rules!!

Aubrey

Nick Drake meets Chris Issak
Great stuff here...loved it...perfect music for chilling out...

Josh

A true sound
This guy is very very creative and talented across the board. He can do it all, and everything which builds this ALL is done with uniqueness. He's definitely got his own sound and style. This cd deserves a listen, but if ya give it one...there will be many more. If you some REAL music and REAL words, then this cd is for you.

Pamela Rooney

Light experimentation brings an imaginative lo-fi recording of a different kind
Whimsical in demeanor and razor-sharp in expression, the 22 tracks on this recording search for the boundaries of folk, pop, and rock and don’t seem to come close to finding them. Or maybe he’s just jumped over them. Utilizing standard instruments such as guitar, piano and drum kit, Monsoor sends his musical feelers into folkdom, and ends up coming back with an accordion, a harmonica, various percussive and stringed instruments, and some seriously quirky songs. He wears his musical influences like a badge of pride, and it may be because they’re so widely varied that the songs take so many different directions. Be sure to check out his other CD, which is a second volume of these songs.

Scott Brenner


Independant recordings show that music can be made well without major lables and executive giants. Songs like the quirky Coffee Mate and Tractor Polly would get lost among mainstream music. This album flows nicely taking you on a smooth ride on a summer afternoon. Monsoor accomplishes comfortably losing the listener somewhere between Greenfield and musical peace. With 22 songs how can you go wrong. All hail the independant musician.

Kimberlee Monteaux

Bliss:::
I love this cd. Not something you find everyday...quite a rare sound- you can almost feel the passion behind the music.