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The Education of a Wandering Man *
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Album: The Education of a Wandering Man *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Company Man
2)    Love Is a Burden
3)    Journeyman
4)    American Dream
5)    Airliner
6)    Always Been Wild
7)    Back to Austin
8)    Midnight Order
9)    Poor Man's Gold
10)    Almost All the Time
11)    Done Me Wrong
12)    Head On
 

Album: The Education of a Wandering Man *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Company Man
2)    Love Is a Burden
3)    Journeyman
4)    American Dream
5)    Airliner
6)    Always Been Wild
7)    Back to Austin
8)    Midnight Order
9)    Poor Man's Gold
10)    Almost All the Time
11)    Done Me Wrong
12)    Head On
 
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  • Audio Mixer: Ryan Lipman.
  • Recording information: The Lago Vista Farmhouse, Casa Whiskey, Austin, TX.
  • Taking its name from acclaimed Western novelist Louis L'Amour's memoir, Education of a Wandering Man finds Lone Star State troubadours Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance delivering another slick and soulful set of T-crossing and I-dotting Texas Americana. Bigger, brighter, and more musically adventurous than 2014's largely bucolic Utah, Education of a Wandering Man barrels out of the gate with two of its most infectious cuts, the punchy, blues-bent "Company Man" and the rousing, radio-ready single "Love Is a Burden." Echoes of past dalliances with breezy, Eagles-esque sunset-pop surface on the easy riding "Journeyman," and the slow-burn country-folk of "American Dream" and "Almost All the Time" support the duo's well-documented Everly Brothers obsession, but Clay and Chance seem to have made the jump from small-town bards to big-city players with great aplomb. Their forays into Motown ("Midnight Hour"), red dirt country ("Back to Austin"), and twangy, Mavericks-esque retro-pop ("Done Mr. Wrong") fall right in line, commercially speaking, with their more traditional offerings -- the sweet, straight up waltz "Always Been Wild" is a mid-album gem -- resulting in something that feels both shiny and new and unmistakably familiar. ~ James Christopher Monger
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