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Ari Hest - The Green Room Sessions Review

The five song EP "The Green Room Sessions" by New York City native Ari Hest is appropriately named since Hest recorded the album in a green room in his New York apartment using his computer.

The EP is a teaser of sorts for a full length album that is scheduled to be released later this year.

Hest's voice is slightly raspy and draws you in so that you forget about everything else; a voice you can get lost in.

Among the five songs are two original tunes which will also appear on the new album, a stripped down acoustic version of the Fleetwood Mac hit "Little Lies", and a opening track "Pastime" the sticks in your head and won't let go.

"The Green Room Sessions" by Ari Hest is one of those albums that grows on you once is not enough with this one.

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