I would call this a pure American Folk. Three songs delivered with all the love the heart can contain, that also shows a good knowledge of the used instruments.
Favorite track: Where the Fruit Trees Grow.
Jeremy / HI54LOFI
Was very tempted to get this lovely EP in the very rare physical format of 'harmonica'… but I'm sorta in between mailing addresses, so I'll just have to air harmonica along.
Favorite track: By and By.
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You get a beautiful pocket-sized harmonica, with a postcard and a little scroll with the lyrics and guitar chords written out on it. It's an invitation to learn a new instrument, learn some new songs, and enjoy the summer with something new on your playlist.
Includes unlimited streaming of Summertime Songs in C
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Three songs performed by David Simard & Théo Lawrence. Two originals and one traditional to be released digitally, and also physically on individual harmonicas in the key of C. This physical option is a very limited edition.
released July 8, 2015
Performance by David Simard and Théo Lawrence
Words & music by David Simard ** except for "Hallelujah I'm a Bum", which has dubious origins.
Recorded at La Canopée Studio by Kevin Sohier on July 2nd.
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Got this album after listening to all Shakey’s other music and was amazed to hear some familiar songs in a totally different style and context. Haunting and rambunctious in turns, with just the right amount of messiness in how the vocals are layered. Deweybird
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The sweetness of the harmony and beauty of the tracks made me have to purchase this album. The vocals float like ethereal sprites with compelling warmness yet a certain captivating sadness as well. This is what Americana should sound like... this is what country should sound like... for it's so real and emotionally delivered... yet absolutely gorgeous. theexplodingogre