Jim Roll - Lunette [CD]

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Jim Roll slid through the 1990s a virtual secret to Ann Arbor, Michigan, and his hometown, Chicago, a singer-songwriter who once gave up the biz to get into social work. But a chance meeting with Walter Salas-Humara (the Silos leader who produced Lunette) led to a comeback and now Roll's second record. Backed by Texas guitarists Jon Dee Graham and Gurf Morlix, Lunette jumps out of the gate with "1955," a nostalgia ride that echoes the early Eagles, then veers from banjo-and-lap-steel country to acoustic folk to alt-country rockers. Salas-Humara's aching vocal style has obviously rubbed off on Roll, and Mary Rowell, whose violin defined the Silos classic Cuba, lends a haunting hand in "These Winds." With Lunette, Jim Roll's secret is out of the bag.


  1. 1955
  2. Blind Me
  3. Down
  4. She Ain's Gonna Go
  5. Lunette
  6. These Winds
  7. Age Old Love Story
  8. Everything
  9. Bleed
  10. Dear
  11. $15 And A Bottle Of Wine 
  12. Witness World