New Year's Poem

If you glanced through my Top 20 Albums of 2012, there were likely a few names that you did not recognize -- one of those being Olds Sleeper. On January 1st, he will graciously make available a free download of his new release, New Year's Poem.
Leading up to the release date, a handful of fans were provided an advance copy with the request for a 55 word review in return. My inner-7th-grader wanted to take a page out of the Summer School book with this review:
This album is very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very good.
But that's not cool.

Here are my 55 words about New Year's Poem:
I’m not a music critic. I just like good music. 
When describing Olds Sleeper, I’ve often said his music is best when the listener has a warm fire and a full bottle. With the latter in hand and 'New Year’s Poem' playing loudly, I’m happy to say that I will not be changing my description.
Check it out for yourself on New Year's Day by visiting the Olds Sleeper bandcamp page.

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