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Errant Hair, The / Journey Of The Lonely Child, The
Album:Journey Of The Lonely Child, The Collection:General
Artist:Errant Hair, The Added:Jan 2019
Label:Ricky Ninja Records 

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Add Date:2019-01-15 Pull Date:2019-03-19 
Week Ending:Mar 10Mar 3Feb 24Feb 17Feb 10Feb 3Jan 27Jan 20

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Echos Of My Fears

Album Review
Francis D
Reviewed 2019-01-13 
“The Journey Of The Lonely Child” The Errant Hair
Local (Monterey area) alt-rock singer-songwriter has created an album that’s like a time warp — transporting us back to the 1970s when progressive rock and trippy folk-rock ruled the airwaves. Occasional forays into more Americana-flavored folk-rock. Really well done tracks with some epic anthems that soar into the atmosphere or recall the keyboards of artists such as Emerson, Lake & Palmer. RIYL: ELP, King Crimson, Yes, or Harry Chapin.
— Francis

Recommended: 9, 6, 2, 8, 5, 7. No FCCs detected.

1. (2:53) Echos Of My Fears — March-like rhythm — with layers of synths, piano and minimal, raw vocals.
2. (6:23) In The Darkness — Opens with piano with synth squiggles. Builds into Emerson, Lake & Palmer-like keyboards. Doubled Moody Blues-like vocals over harpsichord keys. Cascading keyboards and guitar in the lengthy trail-out. Epic! ****
3. (2:42) Lonely Child — Two-note melody, with swirling synths and Randy Newman-like vocals.
4. (5:44) Star Bound — Deliberate tempo, with a nice bounce. Synths are almost circus-like.
5. (3:09) Bounty — Slow-tempo chamber-pop ballad. Simple drumming. Vulnerable vocals. Nice synth/orchestral backing. ***
6. (4:45) How Can Life — Organ-based, proggy folk-rock. Lilting melody. Simple, honest, almost-spoken vocals about life’s passage. A single. ****
7. (7:21) Dark And Restless Night — Strummed guitar and piano. Accordion or harmonica-like synth. Americana-flavored rock reminiscent of Harry Chapin’s “Taxi.” Interesting change in dynamics at 4 minutes. **
8. (6:26) Rescue — Medieval-sounding steel guitar at open. Transitions to up-tempo tune with strummy electric guitar and tight riffs. ***
9. (9:25) Once Before — Another single! A great example of progressive rock. Pulsing bass and simple beat, with flowing synths and trippy flourishes. Long, cool, atmospheric trail-out. ****
10. (4:16) Once Before (Short Version) — Play this only if you don’t have time for the full version in track #9. This starts the same way as the long version, but fades out at just after 4 minutes, before the long trail-out with all the cool keyboards and guitar work.

Track Listing
1.Echos Of My Fears 6.How Can Life
2.In The Darkness 7.Dark And Restless Night
3.Lonely Child 8.Rescue
4.Star Bound 9.Once Before
5.Bounty 10.Once Before (Short Version)