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Whetstone

by Jeremy Lloyd

Rootsy, intricate, acoustic "folk with teeth" recorded in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Whetstone's spare-but-sturdy sound and complex, emotional lyricism bring to mind Bruce Cockburn, Leonard Cohen, and Steve Earle.
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. Blindside
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2. Kickshaw
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3. Winnemucca
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4. Pisces
5:34 album only
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5. Midnight Sun
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6. Stop at Nothing
3:50 album only
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7. Bloodroot
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8. Gravel Minded
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9. Silas' Downtrodden Reel
5:00 album only
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10. Good Like Bread
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11. Burning Wide Open
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12. Election Day
2:31 album only
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13. Nighttime Comes Once a Day
4:36 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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A native of Western Pennsylvania, educated in Michigan and North Carolina, and living and working in two additional states and continents since, Jeremy has lived for the past several years in East Tennessee. By day he works as a naturalist and environmental educator inside Great Smoky Mountains National Park and has written an occasional essay or three about the experience. Songs, too.

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