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Singer songwriter Amos Lee draws inspiration from soul and folk artists like, Bill Withers, John Prine, Neil Young, and James Taylor. To follow up on his well received 2005 debut CD, 'Colors' is: Supply and Demand. With big league songwriting, musicianship and masterful vocals, the disc showcases Lee's flexible writing style, and dynamic arrangements
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Amos Lee - My New Moon makes '10 albums Paste is most excited about in august'
A new collection of Amos Lee's soulful folk is like an arm around the shoulder on a rough day. My New Moon is Lee's seventh album since his 2005 self-titled debut and his first on Dualtone Records. Recorded in L.A. with a band that includes studio legends Benmonth Tench and Greg Leisz, the album kicks off with the ambitious, polyrhythmic "No More Darkness, No More Light" before settling into intimate tun...
Amos Lee's music creates 'Supply and Demand'
Supply and Demand, the second album from Amos Lee, illuminates his growth from emerging singer-songwriter to established recording artist. The album is rich with big league songwriting, musicianship and vocals. To follow up his 2005 debut, Lee retraced his roots and teamed up with producer Barrie Maguire, former Wallflowers and Natalie Merchant bassist. Their latest collaboration showcases Lee's ...