Music You Don't Know You Like Yet
Easy-listening, folky, and passionate, Lyal Strickland tells the tale of a simple farmer faced with the difficulties of heavy rain followed by drought in an unforgiving crop season. The story shapes itself steadily through 13 tracks of various mediums: Strickland fingerpicks the flat top, and an impressive selection of folk and country instruments follow along, including mandolin, banjo, harmonica, accordion, violin and dobro. Strickland’s folky, breathy voice sings down-to-earth lyrics in the feel-good Balanced On Barbed Wire.
review by Ben
THE EVERYBODY FIELDS
Nothing is Okay
The High Above And The Down Below
Out Of The Ashes
Anchors and Anvils
THE TRAVELING WILBURYS
Once More Into the Bliss
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