East of Western

East of Western

Aram

Aram's debut CD recorded the summer of '96 by a revolving cast of eager and eccentric musicians at the original Kingsley Garden Studio, just a few blocks 'east of Western' in L.A.'s Koreatown district. Aram mixes an earthy blend of folk rock, pop, and rock and roll into this critically acclaimed debut.

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  1. 1 Lost My Will 03:27
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  2. 2 Without a Word 05:12
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  3. 3 Sleep 03:55
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  4. 4 Velvet Crush 03:06 Free
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  5. 5 Cayenne and Sugar 04:27 Free
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  6. 6 Snow 04:29 Info Free
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  7. 7 Highway Song #57 04:02
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  8. 8 Be My Queen 04:22 Free
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  9. 9 Tribe 03:37
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  10. 10 Wisconsin 03:36
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  11. 11 Rainface 04:00
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  12. 12 Something in the Night 04:21
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 Aram struck a chord with with the adult alternative radio audience in 1997 when his debut East of Western was released on Subliminal Records. That album's rendition of Bruce Springsteen's Something in the Night also appeared on the Capitol/EMI Springsteen tribute album One Step Up / Two Steps Back where the track was featured as the leadoff single. East of Western was toured extensively, including an appearance at the NXNE festival in Toronto as well a sold out performance at NYC’s Beacon Theater benefiting the World Hunger Year organization. The attention drew interest from  Surprise Truck Entertainment who signed Aram and released Ghosts In A Season in 2001.