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Martijn De Kleer - The Stranger It Gets Part II (Lost Tapes 1991-1995) Mp3

Performer: Martijn De Kleer
Genre: Rock / Folk, Country
Title: The Stranger It Gets Part II (Lost Tapes 1991-1995)
Country: US
Released: 16 Oct 2008
Style: Folk Rock, Acoustic, Psychedelic Rock, Folk, Indie Rock
Label: Not On Label (Martijn De Kleer Self-released)
FLAC version ZIP size: 2329 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1148 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2058 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 448


2Same Old5:36
3Water And Steam3:02
4Church On Time1:29
5Love Lane3:18
6Meet Me3:35
7Stupid Little Bird4:14
8Water Witch6:10
9Bottom Of The Well4:55
10Sweet Dreams5:45
12She Sees6:02
13Good Night4:51
14Fallen Days4:41


This CDr release is packaged in a thick cardstock envelope with the artwork printed on adhesive stickers on the front and back. The artwork on the CDr itself is similarly printed on an adhesive label. The following text is included on a separate insert included in the envelope:

"In September 2008 I decided to dig up my first home recordings. They were made on a 4 track cassette recorder in a very small backroom, my hideout from a wicked world. I sang lead and harmony vocals and played the following musical instruments: Acoustic and Electric Guitar, Bass, Mandolin, Drums, Elka Organ, Piano, Korg MS10 synthesizer, Harmonica. The tape hiss and sonic weirdness you might notice is entirely my responsibility and I must admit that on some of the songs it's quite spectacular. Yet, I think that these recordings have stood the test of time bravely. Enjoy...

I want to thank: Gabriel for mastering, Edward for making the suggestion, Liesbeth for sleeve design and unconditional love, you listener for your ears."

The insert included with Part II is a negative-image copy of the Part I insert, and even says "Part I" at the top. This may have been an oversight when the inserts for the two Parts were printed.


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