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Kim Churchill – Montreal Attic Recordings: Vol.2 (2013)

29-09-2013, 04:47
Music | Blues | Folk | Rock

Kim Churchill – Montreal Attic Recordings: Vol.2 (2013)

Artist: Kim Churchill
Title Of Album: Montreal Attic Recordings: Vol.2
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Attic Recordings
Genre: blues, folk-rock
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 48:00
Total Size: 120 MB


1. Spending my Soul 04:28
2. Dying Sun #3 04:38
3. Wander the Tracks 04:25
4. It Will Be Morning Soon 05:30
5. The Battle of Mr Shibuya 06:21
6. Early Days 05:31
7. Loving Home 05:34
8. Tides 05:08
9. Bathed in Black 06:25

That obvious work ethic and years of practice, together with an indescribable talent are displayed thanks to the wonders of YouTube in a clip of Kim sitting in a workshop. With guitar in lap, a surfboard and photo of his idol, Bob Dylan, behind him, the viewer can witness the magic in his hands as they literally dance all over the instrument. They bang, tap, flutter and pick at the strings with purpose and precision. It’s easy to get hypnotized by his hands, and thus to become lost in the sound and the soul of the music.

The Australian accent is impossible to ignore as his soft and, sometimes, raspy voice sings lyrics that, unbelievably, he has written himself. When asked about a track titled The Early, his reply reveals his youthfulness; “Oh yeah, I wrote that a long time ago.” Translation: 18 months is a long time when you’re still just 19. But for the few innocent and endearing comments, you could be forgiven in forgetting his age, because the stuff on the inside is anything but young. He’s an old soul in a young body, a perfect combination when you consider the benefits of youth in performance.

Kim doesn’t just show up and play his music. He takes the time to explain his songs, he takes the time to thank the crowd and he pauses to inhale the manifestation of his dream. In an age full of self-centered performers who consider fanfare a right and not a privilege, Kim is a breath of fresh air. Will he grow cold from the gig and start to play his songs just for the money? Who knows, but the greatest reason for hope that Kim won’t follow a long list of burnt out performers is his connection to the sea, which he can use like an ace up the sleeve. It’s that union with nature that will ground him, it’s a bond that may protect him from the vultures, prevent him from following and instead give him the confidence to lead.

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