Wooden Heart

An Album By

The Listener

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Hip Hop artist gone folk singer Dan Smith know as The Listener just came out with a new record called “Wooden Heart” written and performed along with band-mate and friend Christin Nelson. This record is another depart from hip hop. This is more along the lines of Bradley Hathaway, Brand New, and mewithoutyou. You can download two different versions of the record one with music and one with just poems. The version with music is $10 for the CD or $7 minimum for the digital download. If you just like Dan and his poems you can get that version  for free as a digital download. Order or buy this amazing record here: http://listener.bandcamp.com/album/wooden-heart-poems

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