Editors’ Notes George Ezra writes simple, hooky songs in the tradition of ’60s folk and sings with a sand-and-honey voice inspired by Howlin’ Wolf. He's lyrically fired up by travel away from his native UK (from “Barcelona” to “Budapest”), and he’s well versed in the roots of modern music (witness the rockabilly guitar to “Listen to the Man”). “Cassy O’” is a bluegrass stomp, but like all of Ezra’s songs, it’s meticulously arranged so that instruments appear, contribute, and depart, leaving space for that voice to do its stuff.

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Blame It on Me
1
3:15
 
Budapest
2
3:20
 
Cassy O'
3
3:04
 
Barcelona
4
3:08
 
Listen to the Man
5
3:03
 
Leaving It Up to You
6
3:36
 
Did You Hear the Rain?
7
4:20
 
Drawing Board
8
3:46
 
Stand by Your Gun
9
3:04
 
Breakaway
10
4:44
 
Over the Creek
11
3:56
 
Spectacular Rival
12
4:14
 
Song 6
13
4:16
 
It's Just My Skin
14
4:04
 
Blind Man in Amsterdam
15
1:44
 

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