Michael Webster | Report

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Report

by Michael Webster

Mind-blowind psychedelic pop songs that change speed and style every couple of seconds.
Genre: Pop: Baroque Pop
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2. Audio/Visual
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3. The Germans' Song
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4. Letter to Two Masters
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5. Blue Day
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Webster\'s first solo studio effort since \"Lotus Festival\" (2000), Report features five brand new tracks - from the celebratory \'Blue Day\' to the spooky \'Letter to Two Masters\'. Each song flows through multiple styles, keys and speeds: pop, baroque, lo-fi, 80s - changing every couple of seconds. With fractured lyrics from the pen of the amazing Noah de Lissovoy. Also included is the grim \'The German\'s Song\' a rare collaboration with UK composer Luke Stoneham complete with kalimba and garden pots.


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David Richards

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Great CD for the adventurous. Imagine Charles Ives, Elliot Carter and Van Dyke Parks saluting Captain Beefheart. Check out Native Shrubs of the Santa Monica Mountains and Lotus Festival as well. Thank you Michael Webster!