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August 14, 2007 There's a sweet, subtle sorcery at work in Sean Hayes' songs, and it's especially evident on the upbeat "Flowering Spade." As the snare sounds out a locomotive rhythm, it's clear that this isn't the sound of leaving, but of something already well underway.
June 17, 2007 Hayes' rootsy pop-rock songs radiate a shaggy, free-spirited charm that rarely seems attached to any particular era. But his five self-released albums are unencumbered by affectation, instead radiating the unpolished warmth that's helping to make Hayes a rising star.
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