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Scarlet Shame Record

Promptly on the heels of his critically acclaimed 2003 release, "Sisters" (SCA #6), Paul Brill returns with an arresting new record, "New Pagan Love Song." After quartering himself in his home studio for the cold season, Paul struck upon what he calls "Electricana," an unlikely mating of traditional acoustic elements and electronic experiments. This CD is at once a look back and a lurch forward. It's twelve songs tell tales of weary souls, days wasted, and the dusty road home. Recorded during the longest winter in recent memory, the CD features Brills longing voice and celebrated lyric. His songs are carried upon the driving rhythms of percussionist Joe Bonadio and fuse Brills distinctive instrumentation with found sounds, samples, and bent beats.

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1) Trindade
2) Weekday Bender
3) Everything I Believe in
4) Comeback Kid
5) Lay Down Your Weary Head
6) Powerlines
7) Indian Summer
8) Daylight Scars
9) Desert Song
10) New Pagan Love Song
11) The Troubled Life of Herschel Grimes
12) Blood in Blood Out

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