Mo Pair | Forest Lawn

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Forest Lawn

by Mo Pair

A collection of folks songs from Mo Pair, folk pioneers, and obscure Texas artists
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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2. Balmorhea
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3. Trombone for the Queen
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4. Promised Land
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5. Grace
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6. Wishful
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7. Sole Release
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8. Forest Lawn Suite
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9. God Moves Over Water
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10. And I'll Be With You
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11. Why Should I Be So Lonely
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12. Bums in Thornton Park
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13. Poor Boy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mo Pair starts out his set with confident finger picking and a wavering voice that slips lazily around the consonants. He has an excellent collection of stickers on his guitar. "Dancing in the rain without a care in the world." Did he pick this song specifically for this night? And how about those unexpected...

...Mo Pair has a very good sense of when to get in and when to get out. Some of his songs resemble haikus and are barely a minute long. It's all that is needed. Lovely melodies. Choruses filled with simple statements. "When you finally arrive, you'll be there." This song is a great meditation on death…it makes death seem fun, actually. Buckaroo Bonzai would be proud. And then an obscure Pink Floyd tune. From Obscured by Clouds! Jesus, this guy knows how to work system! There are more than a few covers in this set, and more than one close-minded NYC booker would scoff at this. But you can't beat interpretation like the kind that Mo Pair delivers. And one of the covers was written by his cousin. Awesome. The man is from Austin, Texas, currently on tour and passing through NYC. Come back, Mo, come back. I love you.

-BenKrieger, Jezebel Music, Williamsburg, NY


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