Kyle Richard Albers | Man of Few Words

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Man of Few Words

by Kyle Richard Albers

Passionate lyrics wrapped in simple, flowing melodies. A stripped down, poetic album.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. To Be Alone
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2. Redemption
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5:47 album only
3. Robert Frost Poem
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3:11 album only
4. Man of Few Words
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5. Steady
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6. The Night
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Recorded and Produced by Citrus Man Sounds in Urbana, IL, this album was born several years ago when I learned to construct simple guitar chords to form songs. A writer since I can remember, music became a passion in my late teens and early twenties when I began playing. Music is the one stream we all flow to, and regardless of genre and style, that stream will never empty for an artist. I understood that no matter what type of music I made, someone would appreciate it; the way I appreciated music that none of my peers had even heard of. Artists like Jeff Buckley and Radiohead filled the voids of who I was and gave me a place to find comfort. The lyrics of Tom Waits and Leonard Cohen allowed me to close my eyes and be transcended to the world that they were describing to me.

I knew that once I began making music, I would write songs about myself, about people, about love, about pain, about heartache, and about loss. In my lowest moments, it was music that allowed me a connection and that is where I want to develop as an artist; honest lyrics about very real human emotions.



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