Based in Birmingham, Alabama, Sanders Bohlke began where much of America's great music began - the South. Just as The Blues became Rock and Roll, Bohlke found his voice and fingers - a formidable duo capable of austere beauty or unbridled heartbreak - in the Mississippi Delta. He honed his craft further in Oxford, where he attended the University of Mississippi and recorded his self-titled debut, an album hailed as passionate and praised for its honesty. The collection of eleven new songs, produced by Jeffrey Cain (Remy Zero), was recorded as a complete work - meant to be heard from start to finish - recalling what audiophiles miss about the "album age." On their own, each track is a standout, every song an expansion of Bohlke's unique style - sparse and ethereal, layered and complex, with lush soundscapes against a soulful voice. On Ghost Boy, Sanders perfects a soundworld that deftly highlights both the beauty and the dark romance of his songs. This limited edition LP package arrives with a digital download card.
The Loved Ones
An Unkindness of Ravens
Across the Atlantic
Death Is Like a Beating Drum
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
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