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by Jeffrey Clark

Night music for bright souls.
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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1. The Ghost in Me
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2. Untilbeforeyou
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3. Hummingbird
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4. (Fire Becomes) Ophelia
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5. (Stone to) Pearl
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6. Half Moon
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7. Swan
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8. Untitled Blues
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Album Notes
Further explorations from the former Shiva Burlesque singer/songwriter.

Released in Summer 2010, eight tracks of shimmering chamber-rock set in neo-psychedelic arrangements that cast shadows & light on Clark's vivid words and voice. Acoustic guitar, bass, piano, trumpet, cello and drum arrangements, all wired together with swirling, ambient electric guitar.

CD comes in a handsome digipak design including full-color 12 page booklet with lyrics, photographs, and album credits.

Produced by Jeffrey Clark
Mixed by Noah Georgeson (Joanna Newsom; Devendra Banhart; Bert Jansch; etc.)

"... truly lyrical...self exploratory... the closest you'll get to poetic words integrated into the rock idiom."
Andrew Perry (Select Magazine)

"...(Jeffrey Clark) knows how to wrap his words in gorgeous and fragile instrumentation that evokes the desert plains and the concrete sprawl..."
Robert Wilonksy of New Times (Los Angeles) writes:


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