Lenny Solomon

Lenny Solomon

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Folk - Country | Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
Total Song Plays: 574   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Maybe Today

author: Harry C. Tuniese - The Noise May 2008

The Lenny Solomon Band plays a modern variation of good...

Armando's Pie

author: Indie-music.com (Ken Mowery)

Find a folk singer/songwriter who has been around since the...

Not Life Threatening

author: Bob MacKenzie (Roots Music Canada)

I'm taken back to another time and place. The music of...

Armando's Pie

Folk - Contemporary

author: Indie-music.com (Ken Mowery) Find a folk singer/songwriter who has been around since the 1960s, and you'll find a sage with a distinctive style and wit who puts to music vital pieces of Americana. That's what you'll find in Lenny Solomon. Solomon's new CD Armando's Pie offers listeners fourteen songs that feature Solomon's unusual voice, clean guitar strumming, and soulful harmonica playing, which seem to provide the perfect accompaniment for the experiences, emotions and American culture that he sings about. In Armando's Pie, listeners will track with Solomon through cryptic and often humorous social commentary in songs like "Global Warming Blues," "The Vegan Song" and "Life At The Time." As you might expect from a folk singer, Solomon's music talks about watershed moments in history, as in the song "Gettysburg." Also in the mix are songs like the title track, in which he heralds the virtues not only of the food, but also the ethnicity of his favorite pizza store. Love songs also dot the landscape of Solomon's song selection. Songs like "One More Night" and "Come Take My Hand" are notable examples that will resonate with anybody who has ever said goodbye to someone they love. This CD should of course be added to the playlist of everyone who loves folk music, but the message and the appeal of Armando's Pie is big enough and important enough to earn a spot in every CD collection.

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