The Brad Pitt Light Orchestra | Fireside Chat / Small Contradictions

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Fireside Chat / Small Contradictions

by The Brad Pitt Light Orchestra

Warm acoustic pop tunes with rich vocal harmonies
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Grace Jones
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2. Wake Up Screaming
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3. Four Out Of Five
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4. Talking To Yourself
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5. El Corte Ingles
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6. Devil and Me
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7. All I Want
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8. Alibi
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9. Need to Know
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10. Song to be Over
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Brad Pitt Light Orchestra first got together in the mid '90s but started playing again in earnest last year thanks to the Celtic Tiger ensuring that everyone had ended up back on home soil again.
Their music features a blend of warm vocal harmonies, classy instrumentation and ear-catching melodies that is desperately hard to categorise yet strangely
easy to love.
Building a almost disturbingly loyal fan base through gigs in Limerick, Galway and Dublin, the bplo sound like Tom Waits beating the Divine Comedy with Aimee Mann.


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