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Elua Aloha

by Jeff Larson & Jeffrey Foskett

Singer-songwriter Jeff Larson has joined with his longtime collaborator, Jeffrey Foskett of The Beach Boys, for Elua Aloha, an upbeat and inviting celebration of the California sound in all its many colors... Alternately invigorating and relaxing, the alt
Genre: Pop: Baroque Pop
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1. Feeling Just the Way I Do
Jeffrey Foskett & Jeff Larson
3:24 album only
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2. Need a Little Summer
Jeffrey Foskett & Jeff Larson
3:25 album only
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3. Windblown Mind
Jeff Larson & Jeffrey Foskett
3:15 album only
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4. Girl with Uke
Jeff Larson & Jeffrey Foskett
3:50 album only
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5. You Remind Me of the Sun
Jeff Larson & Jeffrey Foskett
2:45 album only
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6. She Has to Know by Now
Jeff Larson & Jeffrey Foskett
2:49 album only
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7. All Bets Are Off
Jeff Larson & Jeffrey Foskett
5:08 album only
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8. Hazy Sunshine
Jeff Larson & Jeffrey Foskett
3:06 album only
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9. The Word Go
Jeff Larson & Jeffrey Foskett
3:08 album only
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10. Frontier Village
Jeff Larson & Jeffrey Foskett
4:23 album only
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11. Shadows of the Canyon
Jeff Larson & Jeffrey Foskett
3:38 album only

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Harmonizing impeccably and taking turns singing lead... The Word Go, an immediately irresistible Larson-Foskett composition and All Bets Are Off, a Gerry Beckley composition about falling in love that makes you glad songwriters haven t grown tired of the subject. --World Magazine

Sun-soaked California rooted harmonies... Blissful, Sobering, Calming, Distilling. Albums like this don't happen often, but when they we should take the time to listen with heart and mind. --Endless Summer Quarterly

A sound that is flush with exuberance and expression. The album echoes the illuminating designs associated with surf, sand and sun, with soft shimmering melodies, rich harmonies and the aura of innocence... What a wonderful reminder of the effusive optimism that still rings like a timeless treasure. --Goldmine

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