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|2||Heart of the Continent||Lyrics/Info||4:06|
|5||When I Write My Master's Thesis||Lyrics/Info||3:34|
|6||Letter in Icelandic from the Ninette San||Lyrics/Info||3:59|
|9||The Last And||Lyrics/Info||4:15|
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John K. Samson, singer-songwriter for critically lauded indie rock band The Weakerthans, makes his full length solo debut with 'Provincial.' The record contains newly recorded versions of songs from Samson’s previous two acclaimed EPs, “City Route 85” and “Provincial Road 222,” alongside a collection of beautifully evocative new tracks. 'Provincial' travels four routes woven into the prairie landscape of Manitoba, the Canadian province where Samson lives. It finds familiar landmarks and forgotten ones; it mines the precise and particular.
Since 1997, John K. Samson has written four acclaimed albums with The Weakerthans. This too is a collection of loud, quiet, beautiful songs. Provincial began ...