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Amos Lee

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Amos Lee  Colors   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Shout Out Loud   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Keep It Loose, Keep It Tight   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  What's Been Going On   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Windows Are Rolled Down   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Listen   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Arms of a Woman   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Supply & Demand   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Sweet Pea   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Baby I Want You   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Freedom   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Flower   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Seen It All Before   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Speed of Sound of Loneliness   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  El Camino   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Sympathize   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Bottom of the Barrel   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Won't Let Me Go   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Jesus   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Jails & Bombs   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Skipping Stone   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Dreamin'   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Little Bit of Rain   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Stay With Me   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Night Train   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  All My Friends   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  It Started To Rain   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Black River (Live)   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Southern Girl   buy on itunes
Amos Lee  Street Corner Preacher (Live)   buy on itunes

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A classic singer-songwriter who’d fit right in on a bill with his Blue Note labelmate Norah Jones, Amos Lee quit teaching after just two years so he could chase the music career he’d dreamed of since working the stacks at a jazz-centric record store. His slow-burning songs aren’t just indebted to his childhood heroes Miles Davis and Thelonious Monk, though; they’re a seamless mix of smoky, sepia-toned soul, folk, R&B, and vocal jazz, as explored on Lee’s self-titled debut (featuring Jones on several tracks and the production of her bassist, Lee Alexander) and such tastefully arranged tracks as “What’s Been Going On,” “Sweet Pea,” and “Listen” — career highlights that push Lee’s gorgeous melodies and brash lyrics in front of skittish beats, delicately plucked guitars, and bold flourishes of brass, keys, and bass. Sorry kids: this one’s not going back to teaching anytime soon.
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