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This is a showcase of some original songs at theFolk alliance at Westport...I play at 1 a.m. or so and then Mel Besher plays along with some other great songwriters...
Sounds Like: Official Norman Blake Fan Page, John Hartford, John Prine, Steve Earle, Mel Besher
Label: Mount Freedom
Manager: Beth Yount,Mel Besher
Bio: I do not like this platform and their money making schemes ...please contact me at facebook or Youtube if you wanna chat or need me for something...Yountube is my channel name
“By the look of Adam Yount on the cover photo of Butcher Songs (Mount Freedom Records) you expect a psychedelic piece of an introverted artist, but the songs of the singer-songwriter from Missouri, seem so down to earth as it can. So the first song sounds River Raft as an acoustic country rock from the early days of the genre. So with a little bluegrass, here mainly by fiddle. On the next track, titled Ordinary, it is a mandolin for that reference will. Adam writes songs about everyday things. In the title track considering the plumber protagonist to be because it pays better than a slaughterhouse. Producer Mel Besher with Yount makes for beautiful singing. Sometimes even an autoharp to pass on this organic sounding album. Sam Hildebrand was an old-fashioned murder song with accordion. And it will not end with the protagonist, who in 1962 first fell into error by a horse to steal. Riding through the woods with a flat price upon your head / You'll be running 'till the day you're dead..”