Lowcountry, ‘Lowcountry’ (Ropeadope) | Review

By Philip Booth “A history of a people has been hushed, been stilled. Only few sing the old songs,” Ron Daise recites on “Forgotten Moments,” the opening spoken-word track on the self-titled debut album from artistic collective Lowcountry. “Time, progress and short-sightedness are silencing a heritage. Precious memories, though, are like the lyrics of old

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