Rich Russell | Scattered Thoughts

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Scattered Thoughts

by Rich Russell

Homade Lofi 8 track recordings.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Intro
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2. Ode to Be
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3. Visions of Yesterday
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4. Daytime Television
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5. Song of the Seagull
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6. Ember
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7. Scattered Thoughts
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8. Detained Dream
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9. Song for WCW
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10. Don't Close Your Eyes
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11. Somewhere Between the Flowers
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12. sound collage
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Scattered Recordings from NYC to California in the spirit of Lou Barlow\'s Freed Weed if you know what i mean. Two songs featured in the Element Skate Video \"Tricks.\" Songs about life, beer, and a seagull as a spirit animal. This is NOT a NEW AGE album...


These song\'s are part of the beginning of what later became The Lonesome Heroes in Austin, TX.


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