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American Music Club - All the Lost Souls Welcome You to San Francisco

  by Anthony Strutt

published: 26 / 10 / 2008



American Music Club - All the Lost Souls Welcome You to San Francisco
Label: Cooking Vinyl
Format: CDS

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Suprisingly upbeat download only latest single from the frequently gloomy the American Music Club


'All the Lost Souls Welcome You to San Francisco' is the latest single from the American Music Club and is only out as a download. It is classy American Music Club, very upbeat and surprisingly happy for Mark Eitzel and company. It also touches on easy listening. The two bonus tracks are 'Stars' and 'Who You Ar'e, both played here as solo demos, with Mark Eitzel on acoustic guitar. Both are heartfelt and warm readings with lots of air to give the tracks room to breathe. Absolute genius.



Track Listing:-
1 All The Lost Souls Welcome You To San Francisco
2 Stars (Demo)
3 Who You Are (Demo)


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