If you’re one of the people that reads this blog on a daily basis, you might notice that I blog a lot about Will Oldham. If this bothers you, I hope you won’t stop reading after I offer up this free album he did with Cheyenne Marie Mize, Among the Gold. It’s a collection of 19th Century American parlor music handpicked by the duo, and it sure is pretty.
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