12 Songs, 55 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Lori Carson is one of the music industry's great unsung talents. She’s well-respected among fellow musicians, and her music has been prominently featured in films. This collection features songs that appeared in Stealing Beauty, Blue Car, Waking the Dead, and Crazy/Beautiful, among many. Her fragile, illuminating lyrics and vocals are spine-chilling in their accuracy. As the years have progressed, she’s become even more introspective and, as a result, even more intense. There's a perfect somber atmosphere to "Snow Come Down," a broken spirit springing to life in "Black Thumb," and an ethereal, experimental attraction to "Hands." As the lead singer for the critically acclaimed Golden Palominos, whose "Little Suicides" further expands her influences, Carson brought heart and gentility to an artsy downtown-NYC group. Fans of acts from Joni Mitchell to The Cocteau Twins will surely be pleased to hear Carson's easeful grace and uncompromising artistic visions.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Lori Carson is one of the music industry's great unsung talents. She’s well-respected among fellow musicians, and her music has been prominently featured in films. This collection features songs that appeared in Stealing Beauty, Blue Car, Waking the Dead, and Crazy/Beautiful, among many. Her fragile, illuminating lyrics and vocals are spine-chilling in their accuracy. As the years have progressed, she’s become even more introspective and, as a result, even more intense. There's a perfect somber atmosphere to "Snow Come Down," a broken spirit springing to life in "Black Thumb," and an ethereal, experimental attraction to "Hands." As the lead singer for the critically acclaimed Golden Palominos, whose "Little Suicides" further expands her influences, Carson brought heart and gentility to an artsy downtown-NYC group. Fans of acts from Joni Mitchell to The Cocteau Twins will surely be pleased to hear Carson's easeful grace and uncompromising artistic visions.

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