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Tyler Edwards

Too Young For Love

Review by Gary Hill

Folk music is one of the biggest influences on this set. There are things like country and more in the mix, though. This is a solid set. It’s well written and performed. It’s a little limited in terms of scope, but the variety from song to song is sufficient to maintain the interest from the start to the finish.

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Track by Track Review
Headed for the Coast

The opener is an energetic acoustic based number. Country and folk merge here. It is a catchy cut with some great layers of sound.

Calling Me
There is some bluegrass along with a heaping helping of Bob Dylan here. The harmonica adds quite a bit.
Down
A mellower cut, this is quite pretty. It’s actually one of my favorites here, to a large degree because of the vocal arrangement.
Common Ground
Another that’s quite mellow, this is also very intricate. It’s one of the best songs here. It’s pretty and classy.
Sail On
This also lands in the mellower territory. It’s quite pretty. The vocal arrangement really sells it, but the whole arrangement is strong.
Too Young for Love
Here we get another great folk tune. This starts quite mellow, but eventually works out to more energized territory. The vocal arrangement is great, but the whole song is, too.

 

 
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