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"Treetop Flyer" transformed La Montagne from a passive personality to a passionate explorer at vinyl-only Enterprise Records in nearby Portland, "a little hole-in-the-wall record store that was always playing something really interesting in the shop, and it felt like a yard sale." "I lived for the chance to get back there and dig through the stacks, find something new, something that I hadn't heard -- whether it was another Stephen Stills record or Bob Dylan, Neil Young or the Band, Sonny Boy Williamson, Nina Simone, just a gazillion people, Etta James, Joni Mitchell, Otis Redding, the Rolling Stones, Leadbelly.
I loved everything, and I lived for that time after work, putting on a record and having a sandwich or macaroni and cheese, whatever I could pull together at that time, and just listening to those records." All that listening, six years' worth, would gradually lead to a second epiphany: "I felt like there was this little voice in the back of my head saying, 'I think there's something in there.' " By then, he was married (he has two young children) and living in a small, isolated, self-built cabin with no electricity or running water.
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Lewiston epiphany has "taken on a life of its own -- it's my 'history.' " History is not something La Montagne, 33, feels particularly driven to discuss, at least not until it gets to the good part.