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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #336,628 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Because & In Spite Of
2. The Uncertainty Principle
3. Empty Promise
4. Blue Friend
5. A Refreshing Agent
6. Memory Etiquette
7. Jelly Boxer
8. The Celestial Desk
9. Holiday Face

Product Description

Product Description

Princess Builder is Lee Hutzulak’s seventh album and first under his own name (he released six as leader of the semi-legendary country noir ensemble Dixie’s Death Pool; Angel Trumpets Clicking Death is also available on Amazon). A guitarist, singer/songwriter, composer, performer (Infinity Mattress, Blim City Planners), and producer, Hutzulak works with a wide range of musicians on his albums, creating miniature studio epics characterized by a startling variety of atmospheres, evocative vocals, melodies, and quirky pop hooks, all suspended in a drifting cloud of sound, static and silence.

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The serene clarity of a tenor saxophone — a clear blue morning. Hope. A declaration of faith slowly wakes up, stretching skyward with strings pulling bags of cloud and wax wing. The soups of harp and warm guitar. Clarinet breath, sticky keys sputter wheeze splinter plunge into sublime chaos and repose. Into a static dance with wooden sticks and razors. Abstracts hiss and zip across the starry night, jarred by sharp piano chords left to decay in an electrified sound field refrigerator drone portrait.

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