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Folk Discovery M5

OK, we're halfway through Round 1. Here's the 5th matchup. It features a singer-songwriter in the tradition of Leonard Cohen pitted against a Swedish medieval/renaissance music project. Once again, anyone is allowed to vote one time (with their main account, not with a thousand alts), provided that you listen to both albums at least one time each. Voting for this matchup ends the end of the day on Thursday, May 14.
1Matt Elliott
Farewell to All We Know


Northern Skylark

Do you believe in resurrection? You don't? Well, I did when I first heard this. This is the second coming of Leonard Cohen, I mused. He breathes throughout this album somehow. How very odd, how wonderful! It is probably not true, but damn it, he used to play a mean guitar, too. Enjoy!

https://mattelliott.bandcamp.com/album/farewell-to-all-we-know

or spotify
2Borg
Woodland


garas

I've choosen this album because it is just a humble and enchanting release. I don't really think most of you would like it, since it is traditional (medieval) folk music.

https://borg.bandcamp.com/album/woodland
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