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MP3 Ian Noe - FOLK: Folk-Rock

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MP3 Ian Noe - FOLK: Folk
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At only 17, this young man with his guitar and harmonica is making folk music like they used to. Writing about things older than himself, Ian Noe is doing things the old way, yet making it feel new again.

10 MP3 Songs
FOLK: Folk-Rock, FOLK: Traditional Folk

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Ian Noe is a 17 year old singer/songwriter from Beattyville, KY. He has been playing music since he was 5 years old, but only writing for about a year. Ian wrote and performs all 10 songs on his album. He is a senior at Lee County High School.

This review is from WYMT News morning anchor Bobby Harrison:
"Seeing Ian Noe live is like witnessing Neil Young at his Youngest. It is like seeing Bob Dylan in the quiet confidence of his Freewheelin' days. There is something golden about it, something you can't quite put your finger on, something that feels more like home than home, yet something that takes you to a place you've never been to before. It is everything you ever wanted in seeing a guy with a guitar play his own music.
Listening to Noe's self-titled debut album, though, is quite the different experience. That does not make it any more or less anything. If seeing Ian Noe live is like being a part of something larger than life, listening to his album is like being there when the mystery is explained. It is the unveiling of the curtain. It is listening to the musician backstage after everyone else has left the concert. Some of the tracks feel slower and quieter than you remembered them. But in the end, you get the feeling that you know more about this young man than you did before.
Noe's writing is better than anything this side of Wilco's Jeff Tweedy. His lyrics feel real, his words truthful. Even when this artist from Eastern Kentucky writes about Galveston or unwinds in the bluesy sort of way that he does on "I Love Her Fine", you get the feeling that he's been to Southeast Texas and that he really does have more blues in him than a white kid from Appalachia ever should.
"Of All The Broken Ships" and "Don't Let the Morning Bring You Down" are the two tracks you'll tell all your friends and family about. They are songs that should've been written many years ago. Like any great song, they are tunes that you swear you've heard before. They take you to places you've always wanted to seeâ¦but better yet, they bring you back home as well.
If you want to experience something that only the first few audiences of Young and Dylan experienced, see Ian Noe live. If you want to see something more intimate and if you want a sincere portrait of Ian Noe, listen to his album."

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