Amos Lee, self titled
I haven't been offering a 'today's cd' much lately, and I think it's because radioblogclub isn't going anymore. Every time I visit the site, they say, essentially, working on it - be back soon. But soon has turned into a long time. Just today I realized that it is fine to simply include a link and you can go listen for yourself if you are interested. So, you may expect a lot of music again. :<) When I watch a tv series on dvd, I keep a pad and pen in my little remote control basket, and every time I hear a song I like, I jot it down. Sometimes, they list it on the screen, and other times they don't, and then I write down a line or two and do a search later to see who did it. Anyhow, I've found a lot of great, great musicians this way, and Amos Lee is one of them. I love this album. I love his mellow, smooth voice, and his excellent words. He has two other cds, and I'm going to buy them both. You may go here to read more about this wonderful artist, and listen to some songs.
From All My Friends:
All my friends are dear to me
Oh when the storm comes they’re as close as family
All my friends are the ones I choose
Oh, if I hear them knockin’
You know I can’t refuse
We’ll face the winds that break the strongest of trees
Beckon for the sweet soft summer breeze.