Lyle Morse | Buffalo Nickels

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Buffalo Nickels

by Lyle Morse

A stellar collection of acoustic blues and contemporary folk music performed on guitar with expressive vocals, harmonica and tasty percussion. Well worth adding to your digital music collection!
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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1. Even After You've Gone
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2. I Don't Want It No More
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3. Till the Job Gets Done
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4. Life's Highway
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5. My Father
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6. Not Once but Twice
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7. Simply Complex
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8. Sunday Mornin' Always Brings Me Down
3:15 $0.99
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9. Sunset Hill
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10. Takin' Those Chances On Love
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11. Buffalo Nickels
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Lyle Morse, also known as "Lonesome Lyle" is an outstanding acoustic guitarist, harmonica player and stunning singer-songwriter. He has been refining his musical vision and talents over the last four decades and currently entertains in countless acoustic music friendly venues. His music has been highlighted and broadcasted on National Public Radio affiliates and commercial and college radio programs. He has also performed on network and cable TV. Purely because he finds the music so expressive, moving and profound, he concentrates his energies on acoustic blues, and contemporary folk music.

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