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Blurry Blue Mountain [Digipak]

Artist: Giant Sand

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Label: Fire Records
Album: Blurry Blue Mountain [Digipak]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Fields of Green
2)    Chunk of Coal
3)    Last One, The
4)    Monk's Mountain
5)    Spell Bound
6)    Ride the Rail
7)    Lucky Star Love
8)    Thin Line Man
9)    No Tellin'
10)    Brand New Swamp Thing
11)    Erosion
12)    Time Flies
13)    Better Man Than Me
14)    Love a Loser
 



Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Howe Gelb (vocals, guitar, piano); Lonna Kelley (vocals); Nikolaj Heyman (guitar, Wurlitzer organ); Anders Pedersen (slide guitar, steel guitar); Thoger T. Lund (upright bass); Peter Dombernowsky (drums).
  • Audio Mixer: Kent Olsen.
  • Animation: Geoff Marslett.
  • Howe Gelb has a remarkable ability to sound like a master of his craft at the same time that he resembles a backporch picker who is paying as much attention to his iced tea as his music; Gelb can seem focused and casual at once, and he shows off this talent to its best advantage of Giant Sand's 2010 album Blurry Blue Mountain. Twenty-five years after releasing Giant Sand's first album, Gelb doesn't pull any new tricks out of his sleeves here, but given the many stylistic detours of Giant Sand's history, he can cover plenty of ground while still investigating his established sound, and Gelb and his latest band of collaborators are in truly fine fettle. Blurry Blue Mountain sounds both loose and tight; while nothing seems overworked, Gelb and his musicians (particularly Peter Dombernowsky on drums and Thoget T. Lund on bass) mesh precisely and put these songs on their feet with confidence and casual grace, from the loping seven-minute meditation of "Monk's Mountain" and the late-night barroom lament of "Chunk of Coal" to the chaotic, guitar-shot rock of "Thin Line Man," the stark, late-night philosophizing of "No Tellin'" and the punchy but high-strutting blues of "Brand New Swamp Thing." Blurry Blue Mountain is an album full of heart, soul, and wit, and this music confirms that no one does quite what Howe Gelb can do with such remarkably innate grace and feel; Gelb's songs find pretty remarkable things in the odd details of simple lives, and there some very real magic to be found in the elegant force of Blurry Blue Mountain. ~ Mark Deming

Professional Reviews
Mojo (Publisher) (p.104) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "BLURRY BLUE MOUNTAIN is as idiosyncratic and left-handed as ever, pregnant with moments of mercurial magic."

Clash (magazine) - "Rich, detailed, and poetic, BLURRY BLUE MOUNTAIN explores human emotion and the meaning of life like the great writers of old."

Uncut (magazine) (p.93) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Playfulness abounds here....BLURRY BLUE MOUNTAIN is a lovely, oddly charming record."

Producer:Howe Gelb; Kent Olsen
Format:CD (0 Disc); Stereo
Country:USA
Studio/Live: Studio
Release Date:11 January, 2011

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