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Dead Flowers - Midnight At The Wheel Club (2013) Lossless

23-12-2013, 11:53
Folk | Country | Alternative | FLAC / APE

Dead Flowers - Midnight At The Wheel Club (2013) Lossless

Artist: Dead Flowers
Title Of Album: Midnight At The Wheel Club
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Hee Haw Records
Genre: Folk, Alt-Country, Singer-Songwriters
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 34:21 min
Total Size: 191 MB


01. Make It Bright (05:37)
02. The Beach (03:55)
03. Wonderwheel (03:36)
04. Fences (03:47)
05. Supernova (03:27)
06. Pan (05:38)
07. In The Dark (04:06)
08. End Of The Road (04:22)

I think most people would agree that there are songs that make you want to cry, and songs that make you want to dance. But the opening track on Dead Flowers’ début album ‘Make It Bright’ makes me want to do both of those. And I think that’s got to be a first.

Based around the songs of Ian Williams, this is far from another British band playing Americana. Williams’ voice has – rightly – drawn comparisons of Bill Callahan, Tom Waits and Leonard Cohen. A bold claim, perhaps, until you hear the album. He’s got one of the deepest, gruffest voices on record. And to paraphrase Wilco, it sounds like he really is trying to break your heart.

These eight songs hang together like a journey – no surprise, then, to discover that he wrote these songs on a trip up America’s East Coast, from Coney Island to Montreal. It’s like taking a journey at sunset to a gorgeously sad, ultra-melancholic (I don’t know if that’s a word but it should be) soundtrack. It’s dark, but there’s a beauty here. Heck, if this was a classical work it would be a requiem.

There are fiddles and pump organs, songs that sound like hymns and a piece of work that were it any longer than 34 minutes might be too much to bear. If there’s any justice, this record will come to rank alongside the likes of Things We Lost In The Fire, The Boatman’s Call and Third/Sister Lovers.

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