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David Baerwald - Here Comes The New Folk Underground

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Reviewer:
Pär Winberg Format: Album
Year: 2002
Label: UMG
Genre: Singer Songwriter
Producer: David Kitay, Will Sexton and Baerwald.
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I have no history on this album. I don?t have the explanation why the old ?power-popper? Baerwald have recorded an album close to the sound we?re used to hear when Wilco and that sort of bands are roling. Anyway, it?s cool though. Far from the sound of the classic popalbum by David & David and far from the sound he delivered in the Tuesday night music club. Still it?s on some songs fantastic music, like in third out ?The Crash? which is a very beautiful tune in the Jayhawks school. Or like in ?Love #29? which is cool music like with a groovy brass-section, and the acoustic driven ?Wondering? is another little pearl of music. All in all a quite shattered moment from this truly hero of music. Worth to check up if you?re as open about music as I hope you are.

Tracklisting 1. Why
2. Compassion
3. The Crash
4. Nothing's Gonna Bring Me Down
5. Bozo Wacko Weirdo Creep
6. Love #29
7. If (A Boy Whore In A Man's Jail)
8. Wondering
9. Hellbound Train
10. Me And My Girl / Little Fat Cowboy


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