Tom Stephenson

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Folk Darlings

Is their anything more relaxing and honest? Not all of these can be strictly classified as folk, but contain at least a hint of an influence. I strongly suggest checking out number one:
1The Middle East
The Recordings Of The Middle East
2The Tallest Man On Earth
Shallow Grave
3Iron And Wine
The Creek Drank The Cradle
4Pygmy Lush
Mount Hope
5Bon Iver
For Emma, Forever Ago
6Sufjan Stevens
Seven Swans
7Damien Rice
8Lisa Hannigan
Sea Sew
9Conor Oberst
Conor Oberst
10Horse Feathers
Words Are Dead
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