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Nerissa Campbell new album Musings of a Telescopic Tree

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With elements of pop, jazz, rhumba and blues dipped in a smoky beer batter of late night living and roiling in the smoke of forgotten bars, the Brooklyn-based indie-jazz chanteuse moodily enchants with her second album.


Musings of a Telescopic Tree is an album of moodiness and of melancholy - stories of desire and the sorrows of losing loved things, the weight of depression and the lightness of being. The indie-jazz singer-songwriter ponders a new approach to her music, - its roots in jazz, it also weaves its way through somber pop-ballads, bluesy folk songs, moody instrumentals and a lyricism full of thought and space. Her songs roil in the smoke of forgotten bars and express a love of many styles and thoughts.


Campbell composed these songs in her home of Brooklyn, NY as well on travels across Europe, Australia and North America. Drawn largely on her own life stories and from the tales of the characters from those adventures, her songs are a manuscript of insights to self and the world around her.

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