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Vinyl LP pressing. 2020 release. The balance of the album finds Sexton finding inspiration in the more interesting corners of Americana, whether it's the ghostly gospel incantations of the opener/title track, the hypnotic blues shuffle of "What My Baby Don't Know" or the R&B anthemics of "Temptations Call." Elsewhere, Sexton's roots show on the Tex-Mex romancer "Witness," the Vox-organ-flecked "Mess Around With My Mind" and the horn-fueled meditation "The Whole Story." For Sexton, resuming his solo career after a long break feels like both a reboot and culmination of his musical journey. "I just figured it was time for me to reconnect with singing and fronting a band, something I haven't done in a long time," he says. "This is a new start for me, but also kind of the logical extension of everything I've been doing since I was nine years old. The music is brand new, but I'm the same old me."
Vinyl LP pressing. 2020 release. The balance of the album finds Sexton finding inspiration in the more interesting corners of Americana, whether it's the ghostly gospel incantations of the opener/title track, the hypnotic blues shuffle of "What My Baby Don't Know" or the R&B anthemics of "Temptations Call." Elsewhere, Sexton's roots show on the Tex-Mex romancer "Witness," the Vox-organ-flecked "Mess Around With My Mind" and the horn-fueled meditation "The Whole Story." For Sexton, resuming his solo career after a long break feels like both a reboot and culmination of his musical journey. "I just figured it was time for me to reconnect with singing and fronting a band, something I haven't done in a long time," he says. "This is a new start for me, but also kind of the logical extension of everything I've been doing since I was nine years old. The music is brand new, but I'm the same old me."
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Don't Walk The Darkness [LP]
Artist: Will Sexton
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. 2020 release. The balance of the album finds Sexton finding inspiration in the more interesting corners of Americana, whether it's the ghostly gospel incantations of the opener/title track, the hypnotic blues shuffle of "What My Baby Don't Know" or the R&B anthemics of "Temptations Call." Elsewhere, Sexton's roots show on the Tex-Mex romancer "Witness," the Vox-organ-flecked "Mess Around With My Mind" and the horn-fueled meditation "The Whole Story." For Sexton, resuming his solo career after a long break feels like both a reboot and culmination of his musical journey. "I just figured it was time for me to reconnect with singing and fronting a band, something I haven't done in a long time," he says. "This is a new start for me, but also kind of the logical extension of everything I've been doing since I was nine years old. The music is brand new, but I'm the same old me."
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