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Transit Byzantium

by Bill Fox

Transit Byzantium by Bill Fox

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Transit Byzantium

by Bill Fox

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Label: Scat
Fox's second solo album finds him moving away from his roots in power pop and indie rock and embracing more of a lo-fi folk aesthetic. Most of the tunes feature nothing more than acoustic guitar, harmonica and Fox's Dylan-influenced voice. Some tracks, namely "From a Dark Night," "Portland Town" and "Saga of Bus Station Joe & Rag Luck Addie," feel downright Appalachian. It was a shame that Fox retired from music shortly after Transit Byzantium's release; it was easily his best work.

About This Album

Fox's second solo album finds him moving away from his roots in power pop and indie rock and embracing more of a lo-fi folk aesthetic. Most of the tunes feature nothing more than acoustic guitar, harmonica and Fox's Dylan-influenced voice. Some tracks, namely "From a Dark Night," "Portland Town" and "Saga of Bus Station Joe & Rag Luck Addie," feel downright Appalachian. It was a shame that Fox retired from music shortly after Transit Byzantium's release; it was easily his best work.

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About This Album

Fox's second solo album finds him moving away from his roots in power pop and indie rock and embracing more of a lo-fi folk aesthetic. Most of the tunes feature nothing more than acoustic guitar, harmonica and Fox's Dylan-influenced voice. Some tracks, namely "From a Dark Night," "Portland Town" and "Saga of Bus Station Joe & Rag Luck Addie," feel downright Appalachian. It was a shame that Fox retired from music shortly after Transit Byzantium's release; it was easily his best work.