"Look at Miss Ohio" is one defining song. Ms. Welch and Mr. Rawlings craft songs that soar and swirl cortexturally. They are not "country" in a genre sense. They harken back to Carter Family days when songs were part of one's lineage. Simple, evocative and purely what they are, no more. "Look at Miss Ohio" was my introduction to these artists years ago and sing it in the car joyfully. All their albums retain an exploratory reach in a music that will always strive, hopefully, to be pure. That's maybe why they release one album every five years. Get these two on offer and rejoice.
A bit too much straight country for my tastes - yours may differ.
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