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Jails And Bombs - Amos Lee - Last Days At The Lodge (Vinyl, LP, Album)


Download Jails And Bombs - Amos Lee - Last Days At The Lodge (Vinyl, LP, Album)
2008
Label: Blue Note - 50999 2 06289 1 8 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Rock, Blues • Style: Acoustic


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9 COMMENTS :

  1. By Mikazuru on
    Amos Lee "Jails And Bombs": The one I love is lost without the least bit of explanation Just goes to show the futility of self-.
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  2. By Zolokasa on
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Last Days At The Lodge on Discogs. Label: Blue Note - 2 1 8 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Rock, Blues • Style: Acoustic/5(15).
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  3. By Kagajora on
    Watch the video for Jails And Bombs from Amos Lee's Last Days At The Lodge for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Watch the video for Jails And Bombs from Amos Lee's Last Days At The Lodge for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. rock and soul. His self-titled debut album is full of folk and soul, with.
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  4. By Guktilar on
    He blends some street-funk sensibilities with folk-pop-rock, and I listen to Last Days at the Lodge over and over. The lyrics are intelligent, his voice is warm and inviting, even reminding me of Al Green on songs like "I Wanna Know". I highly recommend this album, and all of Amos Lee's work/5(81).
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  5. By Akinozil on
    Label: Blue Note - 2 2 9 • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz, Rock, Blues • Style: Acoustic Amos Lee - Last Days At The Lodge (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5(13).
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  6. By Yozshunos on
    Jails & Bombs Lyrics: Two, three, four.. / The one I love is lost without the least bit of explanation; / Just goes to show the futility of self-preservation / Now all I seem to see is all this.
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  7. By Taunos on
    Amos Lee - Last Days At the Lodge Album Lyrics; 1. Listen Lyrics: 2. Jails & Bombs Lyrics: 3. Better Days Lyrics: 4. Ease Back Lyrics: 5. Kid Lyrics: 6. It Started To Rain Lyrics: 7. Street Corner Preacher Lyrics: 8. What's Been Going On Lyrics: 9. Truth Lyrics: Baby I Want You Lyrics: Won't Let Me Go Lyrics: Dignified Woman Lyrics.
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  8. By Gokasa on
    Amos Lee received some solid critical notice for his first two Blue Note records and made it through to create a third -- an accomplishment in and of itself these days. As they were described, these albums walked some strange line between Neil Young, Bill Withers, and James eblophataxmako.repopowohteratomawasvomoonba.co's some heavy company to keep for a young man who used to be a schoolteacher.
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  9. By Zulkinris on
    He blends some street-funk sensibilities with folk-pop-rock, and I listen to Last Days at the Lodge over and over. The lyrics are intelligent, his voice is warm and inviting, even reminding me of Al Green on songs like "I Wanna Know". I highly recommend this album, and all of Amos Lee's work/5(80).
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