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Transit Byzantium

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From a Dark Night
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Down to Babylon
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I'll Give It Away
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Thinking of You
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Lay You Down
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Song of a Drunken Nightingale
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Quartermaster's Wintertime
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Sycamore
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Mary of the Wild Moor
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All Dried Up
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Dixie Darling
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My Baby Crying
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Burning Down a Snowflake
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Bonded to You
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Saga of Bus Station Joe & Rag Luck Annie
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Portland Town
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For Anyone that You Love
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When I Blow
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 52:00

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minimalist music

techtrainer

guitar and voice, it doesn't get much more basic than that. sounds like it would be easy to do, but the songs need to be good for it to work and to hold up over time. this is an excellent album, a bit westerberg sounding (not a bad thing). it would be smart for someone else to cover a couple of these gems, as they deserve to be heard.

They Say All Music Guide

Bill Fox’s second solo album pushes his music further away from pop toward a kind of lo-fi folk sound — recorded primarily on acoustic guitar, with only the occasional touch of harmonica and the even less frequent hint of percussion, Transit Byzantine is rootsy and raw, with the uncluttered arrangements of tracks like “From a Dark Night,” “Songs of a Drunken Nightingale” and “Burning Down a Snowflake” preserving the songs’ intimacy and warmth. – Jason Ankeny