The nice thing about well-done folk music is its ability to still show you the roots from where the artist came. Folk with flairs of blues, country, pop or rock are the trademark of David Fahl's debut solo offering "LIFE IS GOOD". Fahl spreads his blues wings on the John Lee Hooker-like "Casey & The Fireman," while teaming up on vocals with Beth Mefford on the pleasantly traditional folk-styled "Jo's Got Nothing But Something To Say." Fahl's lyric structure rivals that of Dylan on "Waterwall," and he teams up with fellow MTMer Melissa Adams on "Kelly's Doing Fine." Out-of-the-box thinking, fine instrumentation and arrangements make this a very good choice to add to your collection. Fahl also offers his 2005 triple play comedy single "EASY WOMEN POLKA" which includes "She Believed Me" and "Sometimes I Miss Her." Each disc is signed and numbered by David and only 200 copies exist. The title cut is a little rough and sexist at first listen, but in Fahl's own way it's easy to understand the tongue-in-cheek offering. The second cut is hilarious in its own way, too. In the third cut you'll hear, "Sometimes I miss her, but one time I didn't…" David, I love ya buddy, but try not to play this music on dates. Get yours today!
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