"It's just as fun as anything can be, I think," says wine importer Kermit Lynch on his experiences making an album. Emboldened by a not-negative reception to his vocal stylings on his 2005 album "Quicksand Blues" ("When my cuts would come on, I didn't notice anyone laughing"), Lynch headed back to the studio-this time to record an album of mostly covers, from the likes of Bob Dylan ("Girl from the North Country"), Curtis Mayfield ("Man's Temptation") and the Carter Family ("Bear Creek").
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