MP3: Jonathan Wilson – Pity Trials & Tomorrow’s Child EP

27.11.2012

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Jonathan Wilson – Pity Trials & Tomorrow’s Child EP MP3

I became familiar with Jonathan Wilson via a post on Aquarium Drunkard where he covered Madge’s La Isla Bonita. It was simply amazing and had me immediately downloading his LP Gentle Spirit. Its like a blend of Deep Dark Woods and Phosphorescent. His new EP is a collection of three covers. Pity Trials & Tomorrow’s Child opens with a cover of George Harrison’s “Isn’t It A Pity,... Source: hearya.com

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