Wes Carroll | You Don't Know Me

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You Don't Know Me

by Wes Carroll

Lyric pop electronica from the award-winning songwriter for The House Jacks, five years in the making. "Like a derailed circus train filled with ambient electronic sounds." "Tom Waits backed by Zero 7 in a velvet-lined parlor."
Genre: Pop: with Electronic Production
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1. You Don't Know Me
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3:38 $2.00
2. Canyon
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3:15 $2.00
3. Run Like Hell
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3:51 $2.00
4. Something Sometime
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3:49 $2.00
5. Angel
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4:40 $2.00
6. I Tried
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3:23 $2.00
7. Animal
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4:52 $2.00
8. Sensitive
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2:53 $2.00
9. Think of You
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10. Signs
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Album Notes
Hi there!
I'm a songwriter.
I went to Berklee. I play a lot of instruments, including piano, guitar, drums, and beatbox.
In 1998, I joined The House Jacks. I toured all over the US, Europe, and Japan, and co-released four CDs. That was cool. I became a bona-fide F-list celebrity. That was weird, but also cool.
In 2005, I self-released two EPs, and sold them until I got tired of making each one by hand. That was random and fun.
In 2007, I started work on a full-length CD of original music with my good friend Jonathan Minkoff. Antics (and Gantt charts) ensued.
It's 2011, and the new CD is DONE. It rocks harder than I thought possible.
So, if you like music, you'll like this CD. (You like music, dontcha?)
But doubly so if you like Goldfrapp, Zero 7, Chemical Brothers, Dirty Vegas, Tom Waits, Tori Amos, and/or Foo Fighters. (Yeah, apparently, I mix it up like that.)


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