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Artist see all. Anyone who's heard that record can understand why I passed on his other releases, but simply had to buy this one. Your suspicions about the EPs title are probably correct. Joined by the Marquis de Tren-- aka Mick Turner-- Oldham has created yet another slow, somber, minor-key mood piece.
The cautious pickings of an electric guitar move in along with an organ, but that's all-- not just for the song, but pretty much for the whole record. Like this: Like Loading About Alan Bumstead Vinyl Reviews Alan Bumstead is a music fanatic who humbly adds confusion to the world with a string of album reviews written during real-time-listening in a stream-of-consciousness style, then edited for spelling, punctuation, flow and grammar.
Apart from an additional introductory paragraph, the writing is improvised in time with the music. There is no re-writing. It's like being pressed to answer a question before you have a chance to get your lie straight.
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Amazon Payment Products. English Choose a language for shopping. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Sell on Amazon Start a Selling Account.*Single Sided Lazer Etched Disc* Dirty Three's Mick Turner meets the Bonny Prince, Will Oldham on a trio of "spirit devotionals for a new century." Reprising the relationship they formed back in with a live album and single, 'Get On Jolly', these two genteel men of their respective outbacks make a sweet pairing, swaying between wheezy organ and brushed drum tumbles to elegant waltz.