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Richard Dawson - Nothing Important (2014)

31-10-2014, 14:08
Music | Folk

Richard Dawson - Nothing Important (2014)

Artist: Richard Dawson
Title Of Album: Nothing Important
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Weird World Records
Genre: Folk, Singer-Songwriter, Acoustic, Experimental, Avant-Garde
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 44:09 min
Total Size: 110 MB


1. Judas Iscariot (6:37)
2. Nothing Important (16:11)
3. The Vile Stuff (16:23)
4. Doubting Thomas (4:48)

Richard Dawson is an experimental folk artist from Newcastle. Since his first release in 2007 (Richard Dawson Sings Songs and Plays Guitar), Dawson has steadily crafted a body of work that sets him out as one of the UK underground's most unique and compelling figures. His songs - often starkly unadorned, peculiarly intense and delivered with an eccentric virtuosity - show a rare gift for storytelling that is at once elegiac, unsettling, wryly comic and gleefully absurd. "Nothing Important", Dawson's latest release and his first for Weird World, is a four song suite comprised of two long lyrical songs and two passages of abrasive, beautifully off-kilter improvised guitar playing. Acting as a perfect window into the singular world he has created for himself, it explores broad ideas of memory, family, mortality and love through a prism of keenly focused personal recollection.

Able to wring moments of profound observation from the most prosaic subject matter and also tackle topics of great heaviness with a beautifully knowing simplicity, Dawson's thrilling flare for detail and plain-spoken poeticism never feels over-burdened or mawkish - as comfortable citing Peter Beardsley, spaghetti hoops and Woolworths as it is proclaiming "I am nothing / You are nothing / Nothing Important."

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