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Long For This World

by Jeremy Lloyd

On his second album apart from The Westsylvanians, Lloyd raises a one-man ruckus, handling a range of instruments and recording this DIY folk album of raw, character-driven songs in his living room in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Second Travels of William Bartram
3:50 album only
2. You Will Love Me Then
3:49 album only
3. Welcome Back Here
4:31 album only
4. Been Gone
3:28 album only
5. Note to Self
3:59 album only
6. Door Frame Mill
5:19 album only
7. Tsuga canadensis
1:46 album only
8. Fingernail Moon
4:08 album only
9. I've Been Working
3:55 album only
10. Garlic Mountain
3:53 album only
11. Brand Name Heartache
3:41 album only
12. Two Trees
5:20 album only
13. Good Night Waltz
3:35 album only
14. First Light
3:07 album only


Album Notes
Mix one part longing and one part hope with a dash of wry humor. Add to this guitar, mandolin, banjo, and double bass (plus, here and there, a tablespoon of electric crunch) and you have LONG FOR THIS WORLD, the new album by Jeremy Lloyd.

Recorded in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, LONG FOR THIS WORLD explores a variety of shapes and moods undulating along a current of rootsy lyricism. Call it folk with teeth.

A native of Western Pennsylvania, Jeremy has family in Alaska, was educated in Michigan and North Carolina, and now lives in 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. Check out his music. He'd love to hear from you.

Visit him at JeremyLloyd.com



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