|Three Flights from Alto Nido|
|Studio album by|
|Released||July 8, 2008|
|Recorded||Dog's Bark Studio, Santa Ana; Greg's studio, San Diego|
|Greg Laswell chronology|
|The Music Box|
Three Flights from Alto Nido is the third studio album by San Diego, California-based singer-songwriter Greg Laswell. It was released through Vanguard Records on July 8, 2008. The song "Comes and Goes (In Waves)" was featured in the promotional trailer and soundtrack for the HBO film Taking Chance in early 2009,as well as an episode of True Blood in October 2008. "How the Day Sounds" featured in an episode of 90210 , "Sweet Dream" featured in an episode of Dollhouse and "And Then You" featured in an episode of Grey's Anatomy in September 2008.
All songs written by Greg Laswell.
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