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John Doe - The Best Of John Doe: This Far (2014)

13-06-2014, 21:43
Music | Rock

John Doe - The Best Of John Doe: This Far (2014)

Artist: John Doe
Title Of Album: The Best Of John Doe: This Far
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Yep Roc Records
Genre: Country Rock, Alternative Country, Roots Rock
Quality: mp3
Total Length: 01:13:35
Bitrate: VBRkbps
Total Size: ~ 155 Mb


01Telephone by the Bed
02A Step Outside
03The Golden State
04Catch Me
05Take #52
06This Loving Thing
07Hwy 5
09Love Knows
10Never Enough
11Poor Girl
12Forever For You
13This Far
14Twin Brother
16Worried Brow
17Faraway (from the North Country)
18Grain Of Salt
19Beat-Up World
20Dying to Get Home
21Hotel Ghost
22Tragedy By Definition
23Darling Underdog

The frontman for X and The Knitters has here looked back on his solo career in a typically lurching fashion. While there are 24 tracks included from nine different long-players, it eschews chronology to group the songs together by feel – much as in a live setlist.
Telephone By The Bed and A Step Outside open the collection with a complex fuzz of riffs and post-punk darkness before the countryrock The Golden State has Doe in harmonic duet with Kathleen Edwards. Safety retains a dusty, desert-psych tinge and X track Poor Girl is reimagined with a Dylanesque guitar arrangement
Aimee Mann and Joe Henry join in on the eponymous mid-paced title track, while Neko Case guests on the sprightly Hwy 5, and Grant-Lee Phillips turns up for the emotive, sparse Twin Brother. The collection winds down on a wistful note with dispatches from a distressed man (Worried Brow, Beat-Up World), the self-evident Faraway (From The North Country) and the distractingly jaunty Dying To Get Home. Tragedy By Definition’s naked lyrics and epic arrangement are as far away from noisy bustle as you can get, but as effective as any ragged-arse riffmonstering.

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Pablo Marron   User offline   13 June 2014 23:53

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