Автор: Sauron | 18 февраля 2010 | Просмотров: 2829Mp3
Artist: Steve Von Till Album: A Grave Is A Grim Horse Genre: Progressive sludge / Ambient / Acoustic Origin: United States of America (Oakland, California) Quality: MP3 320 kbps Size: 116 Mb Time: 48:00
1. A Grave Is A Grim Horse 04:02 2. Clothes Of Sand (Nick Drake cover) 02:30 3. The Acre 03:28 4. Willow Tree (Mickey Newberry cover) 03:42 5. Valley Of The Moon 06:27 6. The Spider Song (Townes Van Zandt cover) 03:25 7. Looking For Dry Land 06:42 8. Western Son 04:46 9. Brigit's Cross 04:12 10. Promises (Lyle Lovett cover) 03:06 11. Gravity 05:40
Band Members: Steve Von Till - Voice, Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [E-bow], Banjo, Synthesizer (Neurosis (US), Tribes of Neurot, Culper Ring, Harvestman, Tribe Of Resistance, guest for Jarboe, Amber Asylum, Vidna Obmana) Desmond Shea - Bass, Organ, Guitar (tracks 1-5, 7, 8, 10, 11) John Hofer - Drums (tracks 1, 7, 8) Jeffrey Luck Lucas - Cello (tracks 2, 4-6, 11) Joe Goldring - Guitar (tracks 4, 6-9) David Phillips - Guitar (tracks 4, 7, 8, 10) Alex Hall - Guitar (track 5) Doug Adams - Fiddle (track 5, 8, 9)
Perhaps the history of the song is innate within us. At least that's what we might glean from Steve Von Till's third Neurot Recordings solo outing A Grave Is A Grim Horse. Intertwined with interpretations of songs by Nick Drake, Townes Van Zant, Mickey Newberry and Lyle Lovett, Von Till's powerful yet subtly graceful originals merge with a lexicon that manifests as something beyond signature, something beyond the concept of persona that popular culture has repeatedly sold us over the past 50 years. Where his previous releases showed reverence for folk music forms of the past, A Grave Is A Grim Horse peers directly inward, drawing from this history of song and earnestly embracing the need we all share to etch our mark upon the artifacts that will ultimately survive us.