Tex Smith | A Wayfarer's Lament

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A Wayfarer's Lament

by Tex Smith

All original, honest Roots Rock with a taste of Country & Folk.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. I Wanna Go Home
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2. Was It Something That I Said
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3. A Wayfarer's Lament
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3:40 $0.99
4. Only the Lost Lovers
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5. Better Days Are Due
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6. Looks Like Sunshine
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7. There Was a Man
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8. When My Soul Spreads Its Wings
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9. Picture Left Out in the Rain
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10. The Ghost
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11. Nothing New
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A Wayfarer's Lament is a chapter on lifes beginnings, endings, and the hope  that shines through it all. Uplifting honest songs that go deep. Simple arrangements create a beautifully sparse room of sound and soul. Featuring many of the same musicians as on Tex Smith, and To a Bird Singing Woe, A Wayfarer's Lament follows the first two like Part 3 of a story. All original songs, written and produced in Austin Texas by Tex Smith along with Brother Machine. A great follow up to his first two records, you will want all 3.


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