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5th Grade: Part B

Joel Michael Howard

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1
Room 17
Joel Michael Howard
5:07
2
Glossy Rocky
Joel Michael Howard
3:09
3
Lies
Joel Michael Howard
2:51
4
So What If You Care
Joel Michael Howard
4:04
5
Petraeus
Joel Michael Howard
4:20
6
Man Made
Joel Michael Howard
4:02
7
A Lot of Things
Joel Michael Howard
3:25
8
Long Offer
Joel Michael Howard
2:51
9
Rubin Marsh
Joel Michael Howard
3:10
Total Playing Time    32:59
“Smooth, catchy, and assured, ‘Patraeus’ is a good anthem for those in need of moving beyond something (including disgraced former CIA directors, apparently).”
- Laura Kerry, ThrdCoast

New York-based musician Joel Michael Howard brings us his second full length album, 5th Grade: Part B, nine tracks of carefully orchestrated, downtempo pop songs. Beautiful melodies with guitar loops, deep and steady bass lines and Howard's gentle, soulful voice intertwine for lo-fi indie pop bliss.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Ernest Jenning Record Co. Studio Masters

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