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Wyndham Baird offers a broad selection of folk, country, gospel songs and Irish ballads on his debut album, 'After the Morning' via Jalopy Records. The 13-song record features Baird's acclaimed vocals, deft flat-picking and finger-picking guitar and beautiful harmonica, as well as guest musicians Samoa Wilson and Eli Smith. Originally from the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina, Wyndham Baird has now become an integral part of a new generation of New York folk music scene, imbuing the old songs with all the emotive power to which they are due.
Wyndham Baird offers a broad selection of folk, country, gospel songs and Irish ballads on his debut album, 'After the Morning' via Jalopy Records. The 13-song record features Baird's acclaimed vocals, deft flat-picking and finger-picking guitar and beautiful harmonica, as well as guest musicians Samoa Wilson and Eli Smith. Originally from the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina, Wyndham Baird has now become an integral part of a new generation of New York folk music scene, imbuing the old songs with all the emotive power to which they are due.
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After The Morning
Artist: Wyndham Baird
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $20.98
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DISC: 1

1. If We Make It Through December
2. The Girl on the Greenbriar Shore
3. Waiting for a Train
4. On Raglan Road
5. The House Carpenter
6. The Water Is Wide
7. The Streets of Derry
8. Engine 143
9. Meet Me By the Moonlight, Alone
10. Dark As a Dungeon
11. Oh My Little Darling
12. Joshua Gone Barbados
13. She Chose Me

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Wyndham Baird offers a broad selection of folk, country, gospel songs and Irish ballads on his debut album, 'After the Morning' via Jalopy Records. The 13-song record features Baird's acclaimed vocals, deft flat-picking and finger-picking guitar and beautiful harmonica, as well as guest musicians Samoa Wilson and Eli Smith. Originally from the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina, Wyndham Baird has now become an integral part of a new generation of New York folk music scene, imbuing the old songs with all the emotive power to which they are due.
        
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