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Tuesday, October 22 2013

Amos Lee: Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song

This disc is much more rootsy than the Lee who made adult alternative rock when he first started out. Lee still may be on the Blue Note label, but this is Americana more than jazz.

Tuesday, February 21 2012

Amos Lee: As the Crow Flies

An EP of tracks that didn't make last year's hugely popular album Mission Bell.

Wednesday, February 2 2011

Amos Lee: Mission Bell

The soulful folkie singer-songwriter teams up with Calexico to create folkie-soul singer-songwriter album that sounds a whole lot like other work in this well-worn style.

Monday, June 23 2008

Amos Lee: Last Days at the Lodge

Time for Lee to spread his soulful wings and gently soar with this crop of literate story-songs lightly gilded with broadstroke orchestral flourishes, shrapnel-sharp guitar, and R&B grooves.

Tuesday, October 10 2006

Amos Lee: Supply and Demand

Supply and Demand is a well-paced effort that improves on the elements that made Lee’s debut a noteworthy release among (primarily) the Starbucks set.


Thursday, February 3 2011

As sales hit constant new lows, where are the success stories?

LOS ANGELES — Adult singer/songwriter Amos Lee leads the U.S. pop charts this week, and though his 40,000 in sales, according to Nielsen SoundScan, mark

Sunday, July 20 2008

Five questions for singer-songwriter Amos Lee

Philadelphia native Amos Lee, who just released his third album for Blue Note Records ("Last Days at the Lodge"), has been quite a busy man

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