Consistent guy who Cam Penner. One year after the excellent album Gypsy Summer surprised his fans with his latest album To Build A Fire. Cam and his solid musical companion Jon Wood in the Americana genre produced an exemplary album, dedicated to both their fathers. The men play a zip tools that they songs Cams hand constantly enrich the very finest detail. A brass section consisting of Nick Anderson on French horn and Alison Gorman on trumpet, opens the album with its worn parties after the end of the song Mighty Damn Animator (So Long, Farewell) the duo Penner / Wood in charge to himself. Colleague Rein van den Berg puts absolutely right to praise this album. Also deeply impressed by the comprehensive nature of the repertoire on this album.
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Tracks: 01. Virginia Slims 02. Serial Bowls 03. American Cowboy 04. Tan Lines 05. Felix Helix 06. Dig 07. Keith And Donna 08. The Light 09. Death Awaits 10. The Doewg 11. Womeo 12. Strangers 13. St. Summercamp mp3 320 kbps | 159 MB | UL | CL