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Early In the Morning

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If I Had a Boat
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Hear the Noise That Moves So Soft and Low
4:00  
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Sparrow and the Wolf
3:39  
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Breaking Hearts
4:48  
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We Don't Eat
4:53  
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This Old Dark Machine
4:14  
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Follow You Down to the Red Oak Tree
3:25  
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Down the Burning Ropes
5:00  
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From the Woods!!
3:56  
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And If My Heart Should Somehow Stop
4:33  
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Early In the Morning, I'll Come Calling
2:37  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 45:12

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Addictive

thpu

Once you listened to it you're addicted. Beautiful melodies and a strangely attractive voice. Vaguely reminds me on bands like Bon Iver, Van Morrison, Damien Rice, Blauzun, John Martyn.

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Less is More...

CaSundara

This album has been on my 'Saved for Later' list for months, largely based on the ratings given by members here, and I'm pleased that today I finally made the decision to download it. James' tender voice and thoughtful lyrics convey such emotion. It's one of those albums you know you're going to love within just a few bars of the first track. Breaking hearts is immediately replayable - and there aren't many songs you can say that about the first time you hear them. We Don't Eat is another brilliant track, as are Follow You Down to the Old Oak Tree and Down the Burning Ropes. If you're unsure, grab these five and come back for the rest once convinced! 9/10

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