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Everyone Thinks I Dodged A Bullet

Greg Laswell

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1.1
Dodged A Bullet
Greg Laswell
3:29
1.2
Lifetime Ago
Greg Laswell
3:42
1.3
Out Of Line
Greg Laswell
3:52
1.4
And So I Tried To Sleep
Greg Laswell
3:34
1.5
Watch You Burn
Greg Laswell
4:28
1.6
Not The Same Man
Greg Laswell
3:59
1.7
Birthday Wish
Greg Laswell
5:27
1.8
Take It Easy
Greg Laswell
5:00
1.9
Play That One Again
Greg Laswell
4:12
1.10
Not Surprised
Greg Laswell
3:55
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    41:38
"... his work can effectively pluck at the heartstrings and evoke a sympathetic melancholy ... (the title track) is a great song, one of Laswell’s best. In it, he makes full use of his Leonard Cohen-like baritone to declare acceptance of a broken love affair and his own role in its end ... I can imagine this album finding an audience among like-minded lost lovers who need to wallow for a time in such pleasant-sounding melancholia." - PopMatters.com Everyone Thinks I Dodged A Bullet from California indie singer-songwriter Greg Laswell could be considered the very essence of a solo project: with the exception of cello performed by Colette Alexandera, the album was entirely written, performed, produced and mixed by Laswell. His most personal release, Everyone Thinks I Dodged A Bullet is a soul-baring experience about heartbreak or heartache, cathartic, atmospheric and haunting, at times channeling Leonard Cohen, Tom Waits, Elbow and Sigur Ros.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Concord Vanguard Studio Masters

Produced by Greg Laswell

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