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Default Richard Buckner - Devotion + Doubt (1997)



Richard Buckner - Devotion + Doubt (1997)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 202 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 89 Mb | Scans ~ 79 Mb
Label: MCA Records | # MCAD+11564 | Time: 00:39:14
Alt-Country, Country-Folk, Folk-Rock

On his 1994 debut album, Bloomed, Richard Buckner built a memorable song around the line "This is where things start goin' bad," but Buckner made that notion the overriding theme of his second full-length release, 1997's Devotion + Doubt. Written and recorded in the wake of the collapse of Buckner's first marriage, Devotion + Doubt abandons the largely acoustic, string band-influenced approach of Bloomed in favor of a stark, dusty sound that suggests a sleepless night in a motel room in the Arizona desert. J.D. Foster's production and the accompaniment from Calexico founders Joey Burns and John Convertino is often as spare as a whisper in the dark, but the production is a perfect match for the deep insinuations of Buckner's textured voice and the artful, impressionistic heartache of the lyrics, and this is a significantly more ambitious and accomplished effort than Bloomed, as fine as that album was. With the exception of "A Goodbye Rye" (which in the context of this album sounds like a hit single, though it's hard to imagine what radio format would embrace its high lonesome Americana), Devotion + Doubt is defined by its open spaces, a fitting metaphor for the sense of absence that comes with divorce, and if this album is subtle, the dynamics allow the tough emotions at play to connect with a force that's somehow more powerful for the gentleness of its touch. Bloomed announced to the world that Richard Buckner was a gifted singer/songwriter with tremendous potential; Devotion + Doubt was a creative left turn that more than lived up to the promise of the debut, and remains one of his most compelling works.



Tracklist:

01. Pull (2:40)
02. Lil Wallet Picture (4:33)
03. Ed's Song (2:22)
04. Home (3:09)
05. A Goodbye Rye (4:15)
06. Fater (1:55)
07. Kate Rose (0:36)
08. 4 a.m. (3:18)
09. Roll (3:23)
10. Polly Waltz (1:25)
11. Figure (2:47)
12. On Travelling (4:30)
13. Song of 27 (4:21)


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