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Darren Block | Somewhere South of Canada

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Somewhere South of Canada

by Darren Block

Another brilliant album. Intelligent lyrics, haunting melodies and the sense that someone else out there knows the truth. Darren Block takes music to the next level.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Cannonball Flight
2:43 album only
2. Final Word
3:47 album only
3. Raccafeller
2:33 album only
4. Chocolate Guitar
4:42 album only
5. Brooklyn Babies
3:03 album only
6. American Dream
3:58 album only
7. Coconut Willie
2:05 album only
8. On This Island
2:31 album only
9. The Stone
2:57 album only
10. Big Fat Margaret
3:24 album only
11. Busses
1:15 album only


Album Notes
Poetic and exquisite. Darren Block exposes raw nerves in this second album. His lyrics go deep into places I never knew existed. American Dream has turned out to be one of my favorite 'political songs' ever. I fell in love with the first album but I'm going to marry this one.

JD Souther.


I get the sense that he knows me and it makes me feel strangly uncomfortable. I feel like he's spying on my inner thoughts with songs like 'Final Word' and 'The Stone'.

Jenna Jones.


If you're looking for metaphors, look no further. Good job Mr. Block. I usually take follow-up albums with a grain of salt and a hearty... "good try," but I must admit that I was taken by 'Somewhere South of Canada.' Just as I would begin to get sucked in, you'd shift gears and take me in a completely different direction but in the end it all made perfect sense. Like life I guess. Another metaphor?

Dylan Thomas
Rolling Stone



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