Paul Spring :: River Flows Two Ways

Though Paul Spring's music has always revolved around a nucleus of classical nylon string guitar and a healthy dose of Irish flute, River Flows Two Ways is a truly stripped down acoustic affair, reworking of fourteen tracks culled from his eclectic previous releases. Coinciding with a canoe tour down the Hudson River, the tireless session guitarist (and collaborator of artists like Mary Lattimore) spins new arrangements in both a fresh new album and catalogue introduction of sorts . . .

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