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SONDRE LERCHE & THE FACES DOWN QUARTET

Duper Sessions

2006-03-08

In Duper Sessions, Norwegian singer-songwriter Sondre Lerche takes a break from the norm and explores the classic crooner sound he's always loved. The album transports the listener to a different time and place, but it is far from sounding outdated. This music is very soothing and upbeat at the same time. The vocals are very catchy and go very nicely with the music. - Michelle T Setting the clock back to the days of the soulful jazz crooners, Duper Sessions contains a mix of original classic-sounding tracks as well as covers of Elvis Costello, Cole Porter, and Prefab Sprout’s Paddy McAloon. – Ryan Terpstra

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