When a press release starts throwing around terms such as “Laurel Canyon Sound” then I know that I am going to like it. Well, at least, I’m a target audience…whether I like it will depend very much on how fitting such a title is. After all, not everyone is astute enough to capture that trademark sunshine sound, the hazy harmonies, the gentleness, the deft and delicate ebbs and flows which are its real selling point. In short, the sheer nostalgic Southern California-ness is what it’s all about.

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