Son Volt - American Central Dust mp3 album
American Central Dust is the sixth studio album by the band Son Volt. It was released July 7, 2009.
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Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). I know that many people will still complain that this album is not as good as Trace, or the other albums by the original Son Volt lineup. Considering that(aside from Farrar)this is a completely different group from the one that made those records, I find it hard to put these guys down simply for that reason.
Album · 2009 · 13 Songs. Jay Farrar turned to a decidedly folk and country sound on Son Volt's sixth album-the third since the band's 2005 return from hiatus and more intimate than its immediate predecessors. Cocaine and Ashes reverberates with the organic poignancy that Farrar expertly musters as he sings about a ragged life. Down to the Wire is a punchier departure, with a country shuffle and lyrics written with a jaundiced eye turned to the world. Jukebox of Steel ends things with a twangy, dusty vision of America. American Central Dust Son Volt.
Son Volt's label debut, American Central Dust, is some of the sleepiest protest music ever made: Every song saunters by at a slow tempo, Farrar's voice sounds increasingly inexpressive, and John Agnello's production makes everything sound real purdy but lifeless. Of course Farrar is never going to rock out again- and the muddy electric guitars on the 25-mph "When the Wheels Don't Move" doesn't count- but this folksier sound he has settled into during this decade rarely works up a sweat or even rouses you from a light doze.
Son Volt may be playing it too safe on American Central Dust, but the songs are still woven together with a feeling of comfort and familiarity. 54. This one settles for regrettably generic high-plains fiddle and wistful sighs of pedel-steel guitar.
Front man, and lone original member, Jay Farrar presents a new set of songs about mans place in his country whether it be on the open road, in the workplace, or with a loved one. These are strengths that Farrar has occupied since the earliest days of Uncle Tupelo, and this album does not disappoint. The bands new album features little electric guitar in the forefront, relying on the acoustic playing of Farrar and lead guitarist Chris Masterson, as well as the bands secret weapon, Mark Spencer.
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|A2||Down To The Wire|
|A4||Cocaine And Ashes|
|A5||Dust Of Daylight|
|A6||When The Wheels Don't Move|
|B1||No Turning Back|
|B2||Pushed Too Far|
|B5||Strength And Doubt|
|B6||Jukebox Of Steel|
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