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Golden State, the second full-length from singer/songwriter Logan Ledger, marks a stylistic departure from the timeless country noir of Ledgerís critically lauded debut. This time around, Ledger worked with producer Shooter Jennings, dreaming up a lush and spirited sound partly inspired by the California country-rock scene of the late-í60s and early-í70s. The result is a sublime setting for Ledgerís layered meditations on loss and despair and the search for transcendence.

Golden State, the second full-length from singer/songwriter Logan Ledger, marks a stylistic departure from the timeless country noir of Ledgerís critically lauded debut. This time around, Ledger worked with producer Shooter Jennings, dreaming up a lush and spirited sound partly inspired by the California country-rock scene of the late-í60s and early-í70s. The result is a sublime setting for Ledgerís layered meditations on loss and despair and the search for transcendence.

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Golden State [Indie Exclusive Limited Edition Olive Green LP]
Artist: Logan Ledger
Format: Vinyl
New: All items ship directly from our warehouse. To buy in-person, please call the store at (603) 644-0199 for availability. $24.98
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1. Golden State
2. There Goes My Mind
3. Till It Feels Right
4. All The Wine In California
5. Midnight in L.A
6. Some Misty Morning
7. Court of Love
8. Iím Not Here
9. Obviously
10. Where Will I Go

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Golden State, the second full-length from singer/songwriter Logan Ledger, marks a stylistic departure from the timeless country noir of Ledgerís critically lauded debut. This time around, Ledger worked with producer Shooter Jennings, dreaming up a lush and spirited sound partly inspired by the California country-rock scene of the late-í60s and early-í70s. The result is a sublime setting for Ledgerís layered meditations on loss and despair and the search for transcendence.

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