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Label: Self Release
Released: 2019

Experiences: Real and Imaginary

Label: Self Release
Released: 2019
Track listing: 1. 21st Century Alchemy 2. Jackie 3. The Activity 4. Chaparral 5. The Ballad of James Dean 6. Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise 7. Chumash Lullaby 8. Gaucho's Theme 9. To a Theater Near You

Sketches of Sound

Label: Self Release
Released: 2019
Track listing: 1. Lullaby for a Capybara (07:48) 2. Brains (06:04) 3. Blue Ballad (06:33) 4. Flying Bison (08:31) 5. The Loop (05:26) 6. Alone Together (08:20) 7. Stable Table (05:40)

Side$how

Label: Self release
Released: 2019

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Fleur Stevenson: Follow Me

Read "Follow Me" reviewed by Roger Farbey

There are plenty of standards adorning Fleur Stevenson's debut album. This comes in the wake of her career-launching salvo, an EP entitled Introducing Fleur Stevenson, released in 2016. Stevenson possesses an appealing voice and, on the breezy opener “Beautiful Love," proves she can scat as deftly as she can sing Haven Gillespie's memorable words. While the ...

Blue Verdun

Label: Self Release
Released: 2016
Track listing: 1. Welcome 2. Cheyenne (Quit Your Talkin') 3. Begging You (To Stay) 4. Two Blue Eyes 5. Swing '96 6. Fading Light 7. Thomas Kempster Shuffle 8. Estrellita 9. Lonely Star 10. Thank You

Introducing Fleur Stevenson

Label: Self release
Released: 2016
Track listing: 1. Comes love 2. Blame it on my youth 3. Wild is the wind

Consider This

Label: self release
Released: 2016

NeWt "North"

Label: Self Release
Released: 2013


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