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Box o' Chocolates

by Lenny Lee

An eclectic blend of Powerpop, singer/songwriter with some alternative/experimental meanderings
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. Someone To Listen
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2. Cry
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4:44 $0.99
3. Just Passing Through
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3:50 $0.99
4. Pray
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7:08 $0.99
5. One Fine Day
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5:42 $0.99
6. Norwegian Wood
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2:39 $0.99
7. Into May
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4:32 $0.99
8. Stop Your Crying
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4:48 $0.99
9. Welcome Home
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10. Tomorrow
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11. Deeper
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12. The Good Life
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Album Notes
When I began writing these songs, I was just exploring - plumbing the depths of my musical identity. I wasn’t thinking about releasing a cd. I wanted each new song to be different sounding than the previous one. When I decided to release them I thought,
“Who would my target audience be, with this eclectic mix of styles. I’ve got the straight ahead power pop of “Someone to Listen” and “Tomorrow”, The dark, angry synth rock
of “Stop Your Crying”, The sad, introspective, singer/ songwriter pieces like “Cry”
or “Into May”, the techno-pop of “Deeper” – the soul baring catharsis of “Pray”
or the joyful pop reverie of “Just Passing Through” or “The Good Life”.
So I thought, “ It’s like a box o’ chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.” :)


Produced by Lenny Lee

All songs written by Lenny Lee – except**
“One Fine Day” written by Kim Christiansen(music)/ Kim and Lenny(lyrics and vocal melodies)
– and –
“Norwegian Wood” written by Lennon/ McCartney

All singing and playing by Lenny …except**

Kim Christiansen (Norway) played:
guitar on “Someone to Listen”
guitar on “Cry”
guitar, keys, drum programming and backup vocals on “One Fine Day”
guitar, strings and drum programming on “The Good Life”

David Bond (In the house!) played drums on “Pray”

Faith Trent sang improv on “Pray”

Wim Koopman (Netherlands) played sax on “Into May”

Mike Frantic (New York) played heavy guitar on “Tomorrow”

Kurt Regner ( Dallas) dark arrangement, guitar and drum programming on “Norwegian Wood”

All songs mixed and mastered by Lenny except**

“Someone to Listen” mixed and mastered by Joe Bush (Conn.)

“One Fine Day” and “The Good Life” mixed and mastered by Kim Christiansen


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Jet Crawford

A rich selection of tasty treats!
Whilst the songs may well be quite diverse in style and mood, there is a common thread that links these musical gems---the voice of Lenny himself. It is this that moulds these tunes into a single, delicious package. The songs can be savoured one at a time or in a single sitting. Either way, you are in for a real delight. Some seriously good music on this album, get yours today!

Misha Sekey

Excellent album!
Congratulations on such a good album, man!

Noel Parry

Box o' Chocolates
Lenny is THE MAN! So much talent so little time. I bought the CD because I believe in the music and I believe in the MAN! I especially like "Someone To Listen". His voice has a star quality I don't even think he's aware of.


This IS the box o' chocolates!
He did it!
In this album, there are many type of songs.
I couldn't believe that the same artist has created 'Just Passing Through' and 'Stop Your Crying' when I listened to them for the first time.
And now this album leads me to comfortable places.

John Ward

Top C.D. in my car!
Like most people, I listen to CDs in the car. Lenny Lee's Box o'Chocolates is my number one pick. The diverse selection of songs makes it great for repeated listening, never tiring, I keep hearing new little nuances that keep the music interesting. If you like the Beatles, Todd Rundgren or Peter Gabriel, this is a must have CD.

Phil Donald

Mmm, chocolate
I heard Tomorrow maybe 2 years ago. I'd not heard Lenny sing prior to that (where the hell had I been? LOL) and didn't know he was the man on bass either. Anyway, the track blew me away. Awesome intro, awesome song. Infact, that's what this album is all about, no matter what your taste, the song's likely to be there for you on this album. Don't get me started on The Good Life. Ain't that the way to close an album? So optimistic, so beautifully played and performed.
Great album Lenny, some great performances too. Loved it.