(L’echiquier Records, 2010):
By day, Nick Loss-Eaton is a music publicist in NYC, “stoking the star-making machinery behind the popular song,” as Joni Mitchell likes to sing.
But by night, he’s the man behind Leland Sundries. Or rather, considering that he wrote all of the tunes, sings them and plays electric, acoustic and resonator guitars, as well as banjo, accordion, harmonica and an array of keyboards on this debut disc, perhaps it’s more accurate to say that he is Leland Sundries.
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