We know that Afton Wolfe is a deft and articulate songwriter in his own right, so it is interesting that his latest release, a seven-track salvo called The Harvest, is his take on songs written by L. H. Halliburton, a contemporary and friend of his. Right away, such an act speaks volumes about Afton. It tells us that his driving force is the song, the collaborative experience, the creativity, and the joy of making music and building it from tiny musical acorns into mighty sonic oaks. Not his ego, the need to own the publishing rights, or any such misguided, materialistic notion. Other artists should take note….

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