Finally Free

Daniel Romano - Finally Free
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Based on 6 reviews
2018 Ratings: #544 / 790
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Based on 17 ratings
November 30, 2018 / Release Date
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New West / Label
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A callback to previous folk legends like Bob Dylan and Simon & Garfunkel, Daniel Romano runs with his obvious influences and makes them his own. Although Romano wanders aimless at times and this album might not achieve repeat listens, it's a decent addition to the folk library.
In one word, Daniel Romano is prolific. Never failing to produce music at a faster pace than his fans can keep up with, he has delivered his third album of the year, Finally Free. This album, recorded on a four-track cassette set up, is his most accessible work since 2011s Sleep Beneath the Willow.
Described as ‘a collection of poems in the language of love’, Finally Free brings the listener on a sonic journey reminiscent of Lee Hazelwood, Randy Newman, and Leonard Cohen all while ... read more
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Track List

  1. Empty Husk
  2. All the Reaching Trims
  3. The Long Mirror of Time
  4. Celestial Manis
  5. Between the Blades of Grass
  6. Rhythmic Blood
  7. Have You Arrival
  8. Gleaming Sects of Aniram
  9. There Is Beauty in the Vibrant Form
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Added on: October 19, 2018