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Marine Dreams - Corner of the Eye (2013)

19-02-2014, 17:29
Music | Folk | Pop | Rock | Alternative | Indie

Marine Dreams - Corner of the Eye (2013)

Artist: Marine Dreams
Title Of Album: Corner of the Eye
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: You’ve Changed Records
Genre: Alternative, Indie Pop, Folk
Quality: V0 Kbps
Total Time: 35:22 min
Total Size: 69 MB
WebSite: amazon


01. Faces 04:05
02. Straight Path 04:00
03. Damp Eyes 03:41
04. Corner Of The Eye 03:00
05. Roots Come After Lengthy Waits 03:13
06. How Can I Be So Misunderstood? 03:15
07. I Won’t Be Abandoned 03:10
08. Morning 03:48
09. Guarding My Love 03:28
10. Scared Of Burning Up 03:42

You’ve Changed Records, Canada’s folk-crucible answering our call for earnest songwriting, continues its crisscrossing foray into the beautifully romantic art of friends collaborating with friends. The end results are triumphant in their hearkening of spirited wisdom; the aged wrinkling of weathered storytelling, youthfully seasoned, carefully crafted. Artistic marriages born of a bronzed love for stories shared through music.

Bristling with the warmth of AM gold, Marine Dream’s Ian Kehoe continues his songwriting form with Corner of the Eye. Where 2011’s Marine Dreams embodied the ennobled spirit of alt-folk, Corner of the Eye speaks of a more controlled sensibility, as if Kehoe himself has indeed weathered the expanse of Canada, absorbing through some form of root-seeking osmosis those artifacts of northernly character. That presence and personality imbues these songs with the ardour of lengthy waits, of the bending of trees in cross breezes, of the subdued brilliance of late-night introspection.

The instrumentation on this release, marvelously captured by Daniel Romano — who, along with You’ve Changed mainstays Tamara Lindeman, Ian Romano, and Ross Miller are all prominently featured as musicians and backing vocalists — is startlingly austere. This playing is purposeful, as if it’s that character caught in the corner of the eye, slow-dancing to to the lyrically and seasonally heavy timbre of Gordon Lightfoot’s journeyman drawl . This music speaks to the weathered sentiment of the heavy-hearted, circumventing ubiquity by withdrawing to the eddies of the Canadian folk-rock underbelly, branching away from the current, flowing against the grain, spirited along by our northernly providence.

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