As some of you already know, noted San Franciscan street musician Jesse Morris (billed the "punk rock Johnny Cash" by some) died this week. He was 27. Back in 2008, however, Morris began recording a country-tinged album at Different Fur Studios. Sadly, he wasn't able to finish the album. These songs are the result of those sessions, and all proceeds from the sale of this album will be donated directly to pay for Jesse's memorial service.

Morris was a regular staple at many San Francisco BART stations, noteworthy for his inked body, sense of style, and stellar voice.

According to The Examiner, "Little information surrounding the cause of death is available though Morris suffered from depression and attempted suicide by hanging in September."

Listen to samples here. And then buy it.