Adam Freedman | Best Laid Plans (Gone Wrong)

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Best Laid Plans (Gone Wrong)

by Adam Freedman

Sometimes driving indie pop, others jazz-rock fusion, from quiet and melodic to string-snapping intricate acoustic fingerwork, \"music with Elliot Smith\'s simplicity paired with Andrew Bird\'s lyrical proficiency\".
Genre: Folk: like Ani
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1. Truly Blind
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2. Official Explanation
5:35 $0.99
3. Do Good By You
5:59 $0.99
4. Lottery
5:20 $0.99
5. Summer Lightning
4:38 $0.99
6. Goldfish
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7. Connecticut
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8. I Could Never Lie
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9. At The Mall
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10. 50 Affirmations
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Adam Freedman gets around. He’s lived in mud huts in Cameroon, caught reptiles, eaten things best not a biologist, he’s spent a good bit of time in various small towns and backwaters...catching and tracking bears in the swamps of western Florida, surveying caribou on the North Slope of Alaska. He’s survived head-on collisions with 20-ton trucks and tropical fever, gotten drunk on palm wine with village chiefs, had guns waved in his face, and played Lynyrd Skynyrd covers in dive bars in exchange for beer and crawfish. He was born in Detroit and grew up on a lake on Cape Cod listening to heavy metal, fishing, and avoiding all things involving golf and plaid.

Moving to Seattle in 2001, through a combination of unemployment, sleep deprivation, and coffee, he started writing music. He moved to Los Angeles in 2002 where he is finishing up a Ph.D. in evolutionary biology.

A tour in spring 2009 is in the works.



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