The Ambassador

by Gabriel Kahane

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    "One of the year's very best albums." — Rolling Stone

    CD contains booklet containing an essay by Los Angeles Times architecture critic Christopher Hawthorne as well as the complete lyrics.

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"One of the year's very best albums." — Rolling Stone

Bruce Willis’ hair, detective fiction, modernist architecture, and race riots all provide fodder for Gabriel Kahane’s major label debut, The Ambassador (Sony Masterworks), a meditation on the underbelly of Los Angeles seen through the lens of ten street addresses. Gabriel was born in a modest bungalow in Venice Beach, California, but spent his childhood in New England, upstate New York, and Northern California. Now, with the release of The Ambassador— produced by Kahane along with Matt Johnson (St. Vincent), Casey Foubert (Sufjan Stevens), and Rob Moose (Bon Iver)— Gabriel turns his gaze toward his birthplace with his most focused album to date.

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released 03 June 2014

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