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Will Ellis // Along the L&N LATHE LP [COLOR]

Will Ellis // Along the L&N LATHE LP [COLOR]

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Americana guitarist Will Ellis from Tennessee, USA, released a limited edition of 2020 copies in 25 from the state acoustic label Dead Currencies.

pastoral americanPrimitive ~ Lo-Fi ForkContains 6 songs. DL code included.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Dead Currencies releases available at Tobira. 

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Includes DL code. Edition of 25. CLEAR 12" lathe-cut vinyl. 

Dead Currencies:

"Along the L&N is a more straightforward folk/traditional record than Will Ellis' previous release, Canaanland. It conjures visions of a bygone era of folk troubadours riding the rails, singing about life and work in harder, but simpler times. Heaven,” with it's pro-union dreams of an honest days' work in Heaven without the company squeezing you for your last pennies for basic provisions, could've easily been written by a coal miner in Pennsylvania at the turn of the last century. And the closer, “Solemn Thoughts of the Future” perfectly encapsulates the feeling of resignation at a life spent as a cog in the great American capitalist machine.

Artist: Will Ellis

Label: Dead Currencies

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Americana guitarist Will Ellis from Tennessee, USA, released a limited edition of 2020 copies in 25 from the state acoustic label Dead Currencies.

pastoral americanPrimitive ~ Lo-Fi ForkContains 6 songs. DL code included.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Dead Currencies releases available at Tobira. 

----------------------------

Includes DL code. Edition of 25. CLEAR 12" lathe-cut vinyl. 

Dead Currencies:

"Along the L&N is a more straightforward folk/traditional record than Will Ellis' previous release, Canaanland. It conjures visions of a bygone era of folk troubadours riding the rails, singing about life and work in harder, but simpler times. Heaven,” with it's pro-union dreams of an honest days' work in Heaven without the company squeezing you for your last pennies for basic provisions, could've easily been written by a coal miner in Pennsylvania at the turn of the last century. And the closer, “Solemn Thoughts of the Future” perfectly encapsulates the feeling of resignation at a life spent as a cog in the great American capitalist machine.

Artist: Will Ellis

Label: Dead Currencies