Spencer Lewis | Vermont Resurrection

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Vermont Resurrection

by Spencer Lewis

A title inspired by Hurricane Irene and Vermont’s collective soul, Vermont Resurrection is a folk-rock tour de force that combines Lewis' signature layered violins and cross-flat-picking with a lyrically inspired rhythm section of electric bass and drums.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Dreams
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4:39 $1.29
2. Break the Fall
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6:15 $1.29
3. September One
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1:27 $1.29
4. Believing
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4:47 $1.29
5. Northern Love
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9:04 $1.29
6. Vermont Resurrection
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6:52 $1.29
7. To All Fathers Missed
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8:51 $1.29
8. Change Is
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4:59 $1.29
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A title inspired by Hurricane Irene and Vermont’s collective soul, Vermont Resurrection is a folk-rock tour de force. Working seamlessly within the framework of Lewis’ signature layered violins and cross flat-picking sound is Jeff Berlin’s instinctive drumming and Scott Paulson’s lyrical electric bass. Guest artists include Bow Thayer (Perfect Train Wreck, Holy Plow) on banjo & electric guitar; Kristina Stykos (Kristina Stykos, Holy Plow) on mandola; Vermont's 'first keyboardist' Chas Eller (Killamanjaro) on Hammond B-3 organ. VR offers the best in impressionistic folk rock and represents another new chapter in Lewis’ melodic song cycles.


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