He Was Blind, But Now Can See

He Was Blind, But Now Can See

There are 1 comment on the Forward story from Jun 22, 2012, titled He Was Blind, But Now Can See. In it, Forward reports that:

The tracks on Max Layton's new album, "2 The Max," are more stories than songs. Influenced by two of Canada's greatest poets, his father Irving Layton and his close family friend Leonard Cohen, as well as his own interesting 66 years of existence, the singer-songwriter shares some hard-earned lessons on life and love set to a musical backdrop.

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Jean

Toronto, Canada

#1 Jun 29, 2012

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