John Schmitt | Ophelia

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Ophelia

by John Schmitt

An honest voice telling honest stories, that is John Schmitt's "Ophelia."
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Two Souls
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2. Ophelia
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3. February Here
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4. Lament
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5. The Stone
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6. You Got Me Brother
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7. So We Sing
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8. Song of Myself
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9. Caroline the Queen
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10. Ave Regina
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
John Schmitt was born and raised in Buffalo, NY, and his songs are a direct reflection of his experiences growing up there. His simple, honest approach tells stories that hit at the heart of American life. Blending a folk-meets-soul style to go along with thoughtful lyrics and images, John sings about his life in real terms. His album "Ophelia," released in 11/2010, is his loftiest work to date. Produced by Caleb Hawley, we see on "Ophelia" just how life in the city has affected Schmitt, now a resident of Brooklyn, as he takes us along for many stories of life, love, loss, and coffee consumption.


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VitaminWater0

Not to be missed!
This album will make you think and will make you smile.

Each song is beautifully realized on every level – from vivid imagery and compelling lyrics to gorgeous arrangements and original phrasing. When John Schmitt sings – as he does so brilliantly – he draws you in and tells a story that is at once deeply personal and completely familiar.

I can’t wait for the next album from this extraordinary new artist!!!