This is not your typical, meditative, transcendental, new age album. In fact, it is far from it.
guitarist, and singer Harnam follows in the hallowed tradition of the
best singer-songwriters from the 1970s. Like many of the
country/folk/pop/rock fusion pioneers of that era, Harnam's music is
timeless. However, he does one-up many of those six-stringers with
his ambidextrous talents on 8-string, 12-string, and baritone
easy listening melodies and natural, unassuming vocals make this
record accessible to anyone who likes good singing and songwriting
regardless of worldview.
also layers his appealing sound with rich instrumentation from Chris
Erbacher on banjo and pedal steel, James Henry on percussion, Charity
Kahn on piano, Siri Kartar on banjo and pedal steel, Paul Lamb on
electric bass, Daryn Rover on acoustic and electric guitars, Simrit
on background vocals, Suzy Thompson on fiddle, Benjy Wertheimer on
esraj, Tim White on bamboo flute, and Jake Wood on drums.
is a fine album whether you're seeking philosophical solace, good
music, or both.