Roger Nelson | The Bones of My Inner Ear

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The Bones of My Inner Ear

by Roger Nelson

Fifteen songs about everyday things, friends, lovers, light, children growing up, towns, moving away from places you love. Maybe it's an album about balance, or lack thereof.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Ruben and Chelsea
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2. Adjusting to the Light
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3. Center of Gravity
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4. Silence Into Light
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5. A Tall Drink of Water
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6. Flown Away
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7. Beauty Has No Meaning
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8. Mixed Emotions
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9. Rivertown
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10. Certain Circles
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11. Surface Tension
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12. Plumb Square and Level
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13. Am I Wrong?
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14. Hard Water
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15. The Luck of the Draw
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Album Notes
Amazing, wonderful, funny, wrenching stuff is right here in front of us all the time, anywhere. I keep telling myself just to relax a little and catch a few of the normal details honestly - and the broad themes will show up out of curiosity. I don't like to practice, I have no discipline. But I play whenever I can. It keeps me . . . sane, I guess.

My songs tend to be ostensibly about normal everyday things, and often have a healthy dose of self-deprecation to them. I like playing with words, and love the way the meanings of words have overtones and resonances very much like musical sounds.


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