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La Lamentor

by Weinland

\"Four Stars--An amazing & intimate collection of hauntingly beautiful folk lullabies. The kind of music that gives you goose bumps (in that good sort of way).\" - The Portland Mercury
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. God Here I Come
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2. Sick as a Gun
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3. The Devil in Me
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4. Gold
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5. Curse of the Sea
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6. All To Yourself
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7. For Land, For Love, For Time
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8. Desiree
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9. With You Without You
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10. La Lamentor
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11. In This The End
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Album Notes
This potent American folk rock five piece, recently known as John Weinland, has been highly praised for their strong songwriting and heartbreaking stories. And with reviews such as this one from Spoilt Victorian Child (UK): \"full of stunningly beautiful moments that can make your heart melt or shatter into a million tiny pieces, often within the same softly sung line,\" we believe folks are going to treasure this album.



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Team Bobby Borg
I love your album artwork. Very original with with a new age Neil Young touch. Congratulations on finishing this project. Sounds like you have the music side of things down. Should you have any questions about business issues like publishing, touring, getting signed, we would like to invite you to visit www.bobbyborg.com and The Musician's Handbook. Good luck.

Eric Richardson

You know how sometimes certain music or a certain band can actually speak to you in a way that feels so familiar but so refreshing at the same time? Thats what La Lamentor did for me. It's an amazing album and I know this is cliche, but if you listen to it at night driving down whatever stretch of you road you may be traveling, you might find yourself feeling that this world actually is a beautiful place.

holy crap
this is an absolutely beautiful record. It is simply one of the best records to come out of Portland in years. I'm guessing a bright future for these shaggy fellows......

Jeremiah Tabor

Some Great Songs
I bought this album because the sample music sounded awsome and it has good reviews. Though I am not impressed with the whole album, there are at least a few songs that are worth the purchase. Over all I say, Get it!

Pamela at CD Baby

Somewhere between Neil Young and Michael Andrews, Weinland's gently balanced folk pop echoes with the kind of ache that seems endemic to the singer/songwriter genre. The lilting, fingerpicked guitars slide up to the front with the tender vocals and lyrics, while a chorus of strings and bashful drums round out the back of the room (and there's a piano wayyyy back there, and a loud distorted guitar... somewhere...). It's an intimate and decidedly un-sugar-coated set of songs with enough texture to satisfy those who have heard it all, and enough heart to bust past the trite lyrics and contrived chord progressions offered by others. In its disarmingly dreamy atmosphere, this record settles in somewhere between warm, firelit cabin nights, and the vastness of the ether separating the earth and the stars. It's pulse-quickeningly good, a gentle album of bereaved Americana.