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Troubadour
  • Artist: David Harbuck
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479090417
  • Item #: CDBY909041
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 3/1/2005
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Troubadour on CD

Turn on one of his CDs: The full tilt 9 Songs & A Picture or the quintessentially acoustic Troubadour, the material has been known to surprise people! Gene Downs Diversions Savannah Morning News Simple, Heartfelt songs, built around acoustic guitar & sung with a world weary voice. John Worley Aiding & Abetting The online Music Source Put on Harbuck's CD The Troubadour,his stories sound like true accounts. Names are changed only slightly to protect the guilty. Jeff Griffin Creative Loafing His Second CD The Troubadour concentrates on Davids work as a soloist. It is well written & well sung! Ellis Wilder The Rail I like David Harbuck. The vocal Harmonies are nice, & actually meaning what you sing & write about is what makes David Harbuck a contender. Sal Sheibe Raw 42 Whenever the glut of bland commercial releases flood the market,I take heart in knowing there are still original voices like David Harbuck. Both his CDs admirably demonstrate energy & intimacy. I eagerly look forward to his next release. George F Maida WCVE-FM Richmond, VA Apart from the great vocal style here,the exellent acoustic guitar playing throughout gives a good listening atmosphere. Those who enjoy good singer/songwriters will really enjoy The Troubadour. Terry Allen hEARd Magazine Austrailia.