Save Me, Amos Lee

Now that AT&T has ushered the sweet stylings of Amos Lee into America's households via "Sweet Pea", I'm hoping his new Last Days at the Lodge gets a little more love. With a soul this shiny, it's hard not to. His velvety voice resonates with heart, vibrating alongside twangy gospely guitar. This back porch is a pulpit, these tumbleweeds are parishioners, and over these airwaves flow the means to salvation.

Jails and Bombs
[from Last Days at the Lodge|buy]


Blogger Jessica said...

Amos Lee was on NPR's Morning Edition 07.19.08. He did a lot of talking and a whole lot of delicious singing. You most definitely should take a listen.

10:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey there, noticed you are an Amos Lee fan, thought you would like to check out Pete Yorn’s original guitarist WAZ, who just released a new EP entitled, "The Secret" which debuted at number 13 on the iTunes Folk Charts.
Here the myspace link: http://www.myspace.com/waz

5:06 PM  

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