Bill Fox :: Get Your Workingman’s Things

A good way to describe the music from Bill Fox’s under-appreciated folk-pop opus, Shelter From The Smoke, would be to say it sounds a little like Dylan in the “Blowing in the Wind” years and a lot like The Beatles’ “Norwegian Wood.” But one thing to remind anyone of is the year that it was composed and released, 1997.   It's a timeless classic concerned with love, loss, freedom and rebirth, all peppered with historical allusions and fairytale-like lyrics . . .

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