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Customer Reviews

Ben Shines Through......

Keep a close eye on this one; this guy's got whjat it takles to be the next major folk singer/songwriter with commercial sucess.

A excellent album, a must have!

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Brilliance!

Brilliant easy listening

Beh Howard is really something. This album, I find, is a set of indie-folk that is easy to listen to as background music, relaxing music or inspiring music. But it's not just easy listening- it's something much more. He has this raw, husky, unique voice and plays guitar skillfully and beautifully. Old Pine is amazing- the introduction with it's simple but haunting guitar and background singing, then the picking pattern of the main part. But then again the whole album is really awesome! He is going places, he is. 5/5 !

Biography

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Before launching his career as an acoustic singer/songwriter, Ben Howard grew up in South Devon, England, where his mother’s collection of folk records helped instill a love for Joni Mitchell, Donovan, and Richie Havens. Howard also developed an interest in surfing, catching his first wave at the age of 11 and heading to the beach whenever he wasn’t busy writing music in the folksy style of his influences. While pursuing a journalism degree years later, he briefly moved to Newquay, the surf capital...
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