14 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On the title track of this wholesome country LP, Bradley Walker takes a nostalgic pause, offering a gospel-tinged homage to school prayer, hard work, and Old Glory. The rest of the record follows this lead: Call Me Old-Fashioned presents a vision of America—and country music—that evinces simplicity and gratitude. The latter shines brightest on "I Feel Sorry for Them," a fiddle-backed ballad on which Walker recounts his experiences growing up in a wheelchair.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On the title track of this wholesome country LP, Bradley Walker takes a nostalgic pause, offering a gospel-tinged homage to school prayer, hard work, and Old Glory. The rest of the record follows this lead: Call Me Old-Fashioned presents a vision of America—and country music—that evinces simplicity and gratitude. The latter shines brightest on "I Feel Sorry for Them," a fiddle-backed ballad on which Walker recounts his experiences growing up in a wheelchair.

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