On Dylan LeBlanc's debut album ‘Paupers Field’, a lost world is brought to life, both in the carefully sculpted songs and the rich well of country soul from which those songs emerge.
Although the golden era of Alabama’s fabled Muscle Shoals sound had passed by the time Dylan LeBlanc was born in 1990, his ancestral roots and family background connected him to one of the most significant sources in the rich tapestry of American music. His father’s position as a Muscle Shoals session player and songwriter meant that early in life Dylan was privy to the sights and sounds of an unvarnished, vanishing epoch, and such legends as Spooner Oldham.
Dylan’s progress was natural and organic - a friend of such celebrated local outfits as Drive By Truckers, LeBlanc piggybacked on no-one. ‘Paupers Field’ is a singular record from a singular performer.
If Time Was For Wasting
If The Creek Don’t Rise
Tuesday Night Rain
Ain’t Too Good At Losing
Changing Of The Seasons
5th Avenue Bar
On With The Night
Death Of Outlaw Billy John
No Kind Of Forgiveness
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