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Joel Plaskett - The Park Avenue Sobriety Test (2015)

23-03-2015, 06:17
Music | Folk | Indie | FLAC / APE

Joel Plaskett - The Park Avenue Sobriety Test (2015)

Artist: Joel Plaskett
Title Of Album: The Park Avenue Sobriety Test
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Pheromone Recordings
Genre: Indie Folk, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 42:32 min
Total Size: 101 / 258 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


01. Illegitimate Blues
02. On A Dime
03. Alright OK
04. The Last Phone Booth
05. When I Close My Eyes
06. Credits Roll
07. Captains of Industry
08. For Your Consideration
09. Hard Times
10. Broke
11. Song For Jersey
12. Broken Heart Songs
13. The Park Avenue Sobriety Test

A press release says this about The Park Avenue Sobriety Test: “Is it the name of a band? A metaphor? A Dartmouth rite of passage? An acronym? It’s a bit of all those, and a bit of a mystery too.”

Either way, the album was created by the songwriter and his longtime touring band the Emergency, plus past members of the group along with onetime members of his old project Thrush Hermit. Other guests include Mo Kenney, Tim Brennan, JP Cormier and others.

Plaskett said in a statement, “The album is about a 39-year-old wrestling with his place on earth and society, navigating it. It sounds banal, and it kind of is, but it’s important to me. And maybe if you’re at the same point in your life that I am, it will make sense. As you get more experiences as an adult, you start notching up the lost friends, and the missed opportunities, and the way things could or couldn’t have gone. You can choose to crumble or retreat, temporarily or permanently. Or you power through it and look for the joy. I think I try to strike the balance of the two perspectives here, I really can feel both of those at certain times, and even the same time.”

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