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2018 archive collection containing previously unreleased recordings 1970-75. Kentucky native Jay Bolotin, is a renaissance artist, equally at home crafting music and stories as he is creating otherworldly creatures carved from woodblocks, who are then masterfully animated into being. To step inside his world is to forget what was and what is. Described as sounding like Leonard Cohen crossed with John Jacob Niles recording Blood On The Tracks, Bolotin's music of this era was championed by Kris Kristofferson, Mickey Newbury, Merle Haggard, and Norbert Putnam. His songs have been recorded by David Allen Coe, Dan Fogelberg, and Porter Wagoner, and his art lives in renowned museums worldwide.
2018 archive collection containing previously unreleased recordings 1970-75. Kentucky native Jay Bolotin, is a renaissance artist, equally at home crafting music and stories as he is creating otherworldly creatures carved from woodblocks, who are then masterfully animated into being. To step inside his world is to forget what was and what is. Described as sounding like Leonard Cohen crossed with John Jacob Niles recording Blood On The Tracks, Bolotin's music of this era was championed by Kris Kristofferson, Mickey Newbury, Merle Haggard, and Norbert Putnam. His songs have been recorded by David Allen Coe, Dan Fogelberg, and Porter Wagoner, and his art lives in renowned museums worldwide.
795528002710

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Format: CD
Label: DMOR
Rel. Date: 11/16/2018
UPC: 795528002710

No One Seems To Notice That It's Raining
Artist: Jay Bolotin
Format: CD
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2018 archive collection containing previously unreleased recordings 1970-75. Kentucky native Jay Bolotin, is a renaissance artist, equally at home crafting music and stories as he is creating otherworldly creatures carved from woodblocks, who are then masterfully animated into being. To step inside his world is to forget what was and what is. Described as sounding like Leonard Cohen crossed with John Jacob Niles recording Blood On The Tracks, Bolotin's music of this era was championed by Kris Kristofferson, Mickey Newbury, Merle Haggard, and Norbert Putnam. His songs have been recorded by David Allen Coe, Dan Fogelberg, and Porter Wagoner, and his art lives in renowned museums worldwide.
        
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