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This album is simple and it proves that Lesser has nothing to hide compared with all the sparkling gimmicks you hear on other contemporary folk albums. I'm not much of a folkie but I bought this album because his vocals are easy listening and he has great lyrics. I'm happy to support a great songwritter and you should too, buy this album.

Seriousely, why aren't there more reviews?

Lesser Gonzalez Alvarez has some of the best vocals I've heard maybe ever. Plus his lyrics are completely and wholey charming. Is it even possible to be unhappy while listening to this kind of music? He's absolutely wonderful and I would be happier than a clownfish if he'd write more music (that metaphor was unneccesary but my enthusiasm is evident.)

Really, this is some sute stuff, I want you to love him too.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Artist, musician and producer Lesser Gonzalez Alvarez was born in Havana, Cuba in 1983. The Baltimore, MD based artist has had his visual work featured in numerous publications, both online and in print, as well as exhibits in Sao Paulo, Brazil. As a musician, Gonzalez Alvarez has been a member of the short-lived band Cache Cache, the Tall Grass, and released a record...
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