Recorded in the winter of 1992 in Nebraska, with two microphones and a cassette four-track recorder. Despite being his second full-length, this was Joyner's first fully realized album, the one that first caught the interest of British DJ John Peel, who played it so often, he single-handedly created a European audience for the Midwest singer/songwriter. Populated with sometimes harrowing and desperate stories of the complex workings of the human heart (in conflict with itself), the stark record features Joyner solo on all tracks. This marks the influential album's first appearance on vinyl.
Folk Song for Sarah
The Shortest Distance Between Two Points Is a Straight Line
The Leavenworth Cafe Blues
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