'Help, I can't get Lynoleum out of my CD player.' This wasn't a call to an emergency electronics repair shop. It was a comment made by a Lynn Harrison fan who just bought Lynn's first album, 'Lynoleum'. That's the kind of thing people say about Lynn's music. Every song on 'Lynoleum' is somebody's favorite...and virtually everyone who hears the album comments on the strength of the songwriting. Intelligent lyrics - fun, poignant or both - celebrate the beauty of ordinary things and the potential for redemption in everyday struggles. Instantly memorable, infectious melodies have you singing along with Harrison, whose engaging and reassuring voice is that of a long-lost friend. Producer David Woodhead (acclaimed Canadian bass player and multi-instrumentalist) has kept the integrity of folk/roots music here with skilful use of mostly acoustic instruments, but he's not afraid to give Lynoleum a radio-friendly, verging-on-pop edge. The result is a uniquely listenable and accessible album, and as the fan above will attest, one you'll want to listen to again and again.