Author Topic: The Prodigal Son  (Read 435 times)

Some Guy From Russia

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The Prodigal Son
« on: October 14, 2017, 01:34:56 PM »
This is very special album. No rapping, just singing and playing religious tunes on guitar. So i've got to say. I'm not a religious man, in fact i'm an atheist, but i loved this album, so nice soft guitar riffs combined with great singing and with very kind lyrical approach.
This is not typical Afroman's album but it's worth checking, really great album and one of most underrated
My personal favourite track is Leave It There!  ;)