Kick Start Your Vinyl Collection: One Essential Album For Each Month Of The Year

Kick Start Your Vinyl Collection: One Essential Album For Each Month Of The Year

November: Rhythm and Repose by Glen Hansard

Glen Hansard

This man makes you want to cuddle by a fireplace. It's the perfect record for colder temperatures.

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