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Oh Mon Dieu: Live à Paris

by Kevin Morby

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anne31 Beautiful strangers, a very beautiful song, sad memory of the Paris attacks of 2015... Magical song in concert ! Favorite track: Beautiful Strangers (Live à Paris).
Rémi Warin
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Rémi Warin I was there. I can see myself on the cover. I'm fucking crying every time I hear this. Favorite track: Beautiful Strangers (Live à Paris).
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lootnootpingu Naaaa nananana na na na nananana nanana na na

Visceral. Wild. Untamed. Perfect. Favorite track: Harlem River (Live à Paris).
Maximillian Grahl
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Maximillian Grahl Fantastic live tracks! Exactly what I needed right now. Hope you’re all doing well. Favorite track: Beautiful Strangers (Live à Paris).
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Lucas Stengl I’ve only had the pleasure of seeing Kevin twice in-person. That doesn’t stop me from viewing this record as a perfect exercise in what his live shows bring. From Beautiful Strangers-which changed my life from first lesson-one can expect powerful lyrics and an insistent driving acoustic guitar. Harlem River will not disappoint either as Morby stretches the dimensions of the song and takes you on an acoustic ride that end in the pits of the listener’s mind. Favorite track: Beautiful Strangers (Live à Paris).
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jean-michel brunet I was there, right side of the stage !
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released May 1, 2020


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Kevin Morby Kansas City, Missouri

Kevin Morby writes (and records, and imagines) at an almost incomparable clip, and his most recent album, This Is A Photograph, studies life, time and mortality through myriad lenses. It’s a dynamic, buoyant record on big, heavy themes, so it only makes sense that Morby found he wasn’t quite done with it on its completion. More Photographs (A Continuum) finds new nooks, corners and vantage points. ... more


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