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$50.00

Miles, Lynn - Chalk This One Up To The Moon

Format: CD
Label: Snowy River Records SRR-S30-CD
Year: 1991
Origin: Sweetsburg, Quebec - Ottawa, Ontario
Genre: folk
Keyword:  Hockey
Value of Original Title: $50.00
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Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: 1990's, Canadian Folk, Ontario, Hockey Room

Tracks

Track Name
All I Ever Wanted
It's Gone
It's Hockey Night In Canada
I Can't Tell You Why
Whiskey
Roses And Intentions
Nobody's Angel
A Little Rain
It'll Be Here
The Venus Motel
Never Again
A Bell Will Ring

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Information/Write-up

Canadian singer/songwriter Lynn Miles, who is known for her plaintive singing and melancholy muse, is often compared to the likes of Shawn Colvin and Lucinda Williams. The Ottawa native entered Carleton University with the intention of studying music, but soon dropped out to write songs and perform at the bars and coffeehouses of Canada's capital city. She independently released a self-titled debut and Chalk This One Up to the Moon in the early '90s. Her song "Remembrance Day" ended up being featured in a Canadian Armed Forces video that depicted the losses of war and was televised nationally. In 1996, Miles released Slightly Haunted on Philo Records. The effort ended up as a year-end Top Ten pick in Billboard Magazine. (New York Times critic Jon Pareles has also praised Miles' forlorn songcraft.) Miles moved to Los Angeles in 1997 and the following year released Night in a Strange Town. Around that time, she also did a guest vocal on fellow Canadian Fred Eaglesmith's Lipstick, Lies & Gasoline album (on the track "Drinking Too Much"). For 2001's Unravel, Miles reunited with longtime collaborator, guitarist Ian Lefeuvre.
-Erik Hage, All Music Guide

Recorded at One Hand Studio, Ottawa, winter and spring, 1991
Produced by Bill Stunt and Lynn Miles
Engineered and mixed by Marty Jones
Executive Producer: Frank Taylor

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