The Meadow at Dusk
|The Meadow at Dusk|
|Released||8 September 2009|
|Label||Mint 400 Records|
The Meadow at Dusk is the fourth studio EP from the American rock band Fairmont, released in September 2009.
The six-track EP was released on 12"-vinyl and digital download with Mint 400 Records, on 8 September 2009. It was produced by Bryan Russell, and mastered by Mike Kalajian. The Meadow at Dusk is described as alternative folk rock, and draws comparison to the music of Stars, and Velocity Girl. The album cover for The Meadow at Dusk is from an antique postcard Sabatino found at a thrift store, and the poster included with the album was made up of art contributed from the band members, and by fans.
A review by Deborah Draisin in Jersey Beat says the "new tunes make full use of Sam Carradori's sweet vocals as they both chase and compliment Sabatino's husky melodic musings. A clean-sounding guitar takes a bit of a backseat to keys and xylophone, but the effect is actually quite soothing."  The Fire Note lists "I Am the Mountain" as their favorite song, and describes The Meadow at Dusk as "a guy/gal vocal presentation of mostly upbeat folk rock that rekindles a 90's alternative sound," adding the "quality song structures and free spirit will win you over in no time."
The Meadow at Dusk debuted on the CMJ charts at No. 176.
|1.||"I Am the Mountain"||4:40|
|2.||"The King and Queen"||3:29|
|3.||"From High Above the City"||4:41|
|5.||"The Moon Controls the Tide"||3:44|
|6.||"My One and Only"||1:15|
- Andy Applegate – drums
- Sam Carradori – bass guitar and backing vocals
- Christian Kisala – keys
- Neil Sabatino – lead vocals and guitar
- CMJ Staff (22 October 2009), "CMJ Radio 200 #1125", CMJ, archived from the original on 22 October 2009
- Draisin, Deborah (2009), "Fairmont - The Meadow at Dusk", Jersey Beat
- Kundrath, Jay (30 December 2012), "'Rath on Record: Fairmont", The Pop Break, retrieved 2 March 2019
- Reece, Michael (2009), "Fire Drill Review: Fairmont - The Meadow at Dusk", The Fire Note, archived from the original on 18 May 2016
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