Blue Coast Records.
The first song, Looking for a Home, reminds me a little of Alison Krauss. Nothing special really about this song except for the superb audio quality. A perfect example of a great acoustic recording. If you're into bluegrass and country music you'll most likely like this song.
The third track, Lilianna, is a little interesting. It reminds me of when I was in Naxos, Greece. I used to eat at a restaurant close to the beach which played music that sounded exactly like this. Enough about that, but this track brings back some good memories and teleports me to a place far away from the cold and vast forests of Sweden. I have no idea what language he sings in, but it sounds cool to me. A little variety from all English tracks.
Track number five, The Dog Song, is one of my personal favorites. A simple track with just an acoustic guitar and a male voice. One thing that bothers me though is the background noise which isn't exclusively on this track but it's on the whole album. When listening on speakers it's barely noticable but on headphones it's somewhat disturbing. One interesting thing about this song is that the voice isn't in the center of the soundstage, as it always is. It's shifted a little to the right channel which makes it a little more interesting.
Immediately Blessed, track number seven, is probably my favorite track on this album. The rich male voice sounds just so good and the whole song is very relaxing, almost makes one want to fall asleep. The guitar and the voice sounds very realistic and there's nothing to complain on (except from that bloody background noise...). There is actually a video on YouTube from the recording session. Interesting!
Audio quality - 9.5/10