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Lo-Fi Dreams in Stereo 2
  • Artist: Tony Romanello
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479390371
  • Item #: SRD939037
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2/6/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Lo-Fi Dreams in Stereo 2 on CD

An extension from his first solo release in 2000, Lo-Fi Dreams in Stereo: Vol. 1, volume 2 offers another glimpse into original recordings (or alternate versions of released recordings) that did not end up on any one of Tony Romanello's previous 7 releases. Recorded off and on, in one way or another between 2001 and 2006, Lo-Fi Dreams in Stereo: Vol. 2 presents 11 songs - offering an eclectic mix of musical selections with genre descriptions ranging from acoustic singer/songwriter, to alternative rock, to alt-country, and back again. As the title of the album would indicate, some of these songs fall into the guise of "lo-fi," such as Idyllic Sunrise, and Picturebook (the pointillist goes mad) - some of these fall into the category of "live," such as Everything (live acoustic @ krsc 91.3fm) and Headlight Shine pt. 2 (reprise). But some of these songs also blatantly fall into the realm of "hi-fi," such as evident within Breathe like the First Time, The Shelf, and online favorite, Streets of Tulsa. Some of these songs are demos. Some are b-sides (or would-be-B-sides). And some are finished studio versions. The album, as such, is framed by the immediacy and diligence in which the songs were written and recorded yet still maintains a unique flow and continuity.