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Another Place, Another Time

Another Place, Another Time by Lili Añel buy album

Lili Añel

Label: Wall-I Records
Released: 2017
Duration: 21:44 (E
Views: 2,280

Track Listing

Another Place, Another Time, I Don't Care (Groucho's Blues), It's Nobody's Fault But Mine, Forgotten, Traffic Jam In A One Horse Town, I'll Never Forget You

Personnel

Lili Añel
Lili Añel

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Lili Anel: vocals, acoustic guitar, percussion; Dale Melton: piano, b3, producer, engineer, CD Master; Chico Huff: bass; Jonathan Whitney: drums, percussion; Larry McKenna: special guest, tenor saxophone on "Another Place, Another Time"

Album Description

Seventh CD Release for this artist. A collection of songs which sound like scenes out of a film or collection of short stories. Extremely visual and descriptive, embodying tales of love, both ill-fated and light hearted, cherishing the love of a departed friend, self- affirmation and the difference in perception from what appears to what is. Lili Añel once again delivers both as a songwriter and a singer, expanding her own boundaries both vocally and as a songwriter as she continues to fulfill her audience as well as attract new fans.


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