David E. Lane | Clover Honey

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Clover Honey

by David E. Lane

A new take on progressive country, with a sound that hearkens back to the glorious days of song-craft and analog.
Genre: Country: Bakersfield Sound
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1. Just Now Leaving Home
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2. Pulling Up Weeds
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3. Nowhere to Nowhere
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4. Lorelei
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5. The Life I've Grown Accustomed
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6. The High Clover Waltz
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7. Someone to Blame
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8. Do No Harm
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9. Clover Honey
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10. Hard Time Coming Down
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11. Will You Wait for Me
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12. Clover Waltz Reprise
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Clover Honey" is David E. Lane's first full-length album, the follow-up to 2010's "Flicker and Fade" EP. Here he delves further into the country lexicon, weaving songs of humor and regret, evoking the sounds of Austin and Bakersfield. David has been referred to as the 'country Prince' as he both produces and performs all the instruments on his records. He still maintains a live band feel, though, preferring the rough edges of live playing to the sterile polish of his hometown, Nashville. David is currently finding a new audience among the like-minded western music scene in Portland, OR.


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