Album: Baroque Hoedown
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While Baroque Hoedown was originally released as a five-song EP in October 1982, like all of us, it’s grown in the intervening forty years, and was re-released this year as a nine-song album, which is easily the best configuration, as every “new” song — the Byrds and Pink Floyd covers, and the other songs recorded around that time, like “In Love in Too” and “All in Good Time” — fits perfectly with the original EP. And it’s all aged splendidly, even — or maybe, especially — the thing I always thought was the weakest part of their sound, Michael Quercio’s voice.