as heard on radiospin on August 21st, 2010
under EP, folk, indie, preview, songwriting, submitted
Leland Sundries is the musical project/band of Nick Loss-Eaton. He bridges the biting blues of Michael Bloomfield, the sardonic humor of Cracker or Todd Snider and the plaintive, plain spoken, situational songwriting of Greg Brown. The Apothecary EP was recorded at the Creamery studio, under the Pulaski Bridge on the Brooklyn-Queens border and instrumentation includes resonator guitar, banjo, accordion, vintage synthesizer, slide guitar, and Rhodes. Laura Minor appears on guest vocals on the EP’s wistful closing waltz.
In the end, perfect storytelling in a classic americana style.
ARTIST: Leland Sundries
TITLE: The Apothecary
RELEASE DATE: October 05, 2010
TIME: 22:49 min.
01. Elegy [05:40]
02. High On the Plains [03:31]
03. Oh, My Sweet Cantankerous Baby [05:32]
04. The Man in the Giant Russian Overcoat [02:37]
05. Hey, Self-Defeater [05:32]