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Ben Fisher - Charleston album download
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Ben Fisher - Charleston album download

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Ben Fisher
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Charleston
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Rating:
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Album · 2014 · 11 Songs. Charleston Ben Fisher. Listen on Apple Music.

Ben Fisher is a great young folk singer-songwriter from Seattle, WA and his new full-lenght album Charleston was one of the projects that I backed. Charleston came out in February and has been in heavy rotation ever since. The quality of the song material is high throughout the record. I’m especially addicted to a couple of these songs. The opener Mason Jar is really gorgeous and what about Dublin Blues Pt. 2. I think it’s still my favourite Ben Fisher song. It already appeared on the Roanoke EP, but how could one leave that out. That song. Everything about that song

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Listen & view Magnolia Lane lyrics & tabs by Ben Fisher from album Charleston. 156 times played, Duration - 2 minutes & 48 seconds. Track : Magnolia Lane. - Magnolia Lane by Ben Fisher from album Charleston. Duration : 2 minutes & 48 seconds. Listener : 28 peoples.

Ben Fisher, a long time busker on the streets of Seattle, has graced us with his second full length album, Charleston, and it’s a good one. To be honest it’s a couple of degrees off of my usual fare in some places. It’s a cleaner sort of music backing the storytelling which, in turn, isn’t nearly as dark as the stuff I usually put in my ears, but neither of those things take away from this being an enjoyable album. There’s a wealth of good songwriting to be had here and a diversity that can only be explained by experience