Jimmy Buffet A1A or any other asorted sundries.
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These two sound best with a fire in the fireplace.
Mary Chapin Carpenter's 'Come On, Come On'. She in the country realm but every other song is slow (more like folk) and it's only those slow ones that I listen to on this cd. Very warm and yet dynamic and articulate. Excellent recording.
Or perhaps Beth Nielson Chapman entitled "Beth Nielson Chapman". A folk singer/story teller with some very nice percussions by a list of who's who in the recording industry. Well recorded.