Bill Callahan - Woke On A Whaleheart

Rating: 9.5/10
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The artist formerly known as Smog releases his debut recording under his real name, and offers up an emotive and carefully crafted collection of folk-rock masterpieces. And for this one, i'm superbly exited to tell my feelings.

While listening your favorite music, you don't know where you go, the things that you like, problems that you'd yesterday. Even if nothing is allright, good music shows all the things holly in the world. Like Bill Callahan new solo work "Woke On A Whaleheart", you don't know when to cry, when you smile, but you know that generally life is sad. On the record, everything looks perfect considering previous (Smog) records that are growing and earning tasty music on every following record . Give me thePhoto by Joanna Newsom mellow songwriting, i want guitars moving as always, a mature vocal, piano, backround female vocals, sensitive flowing, and my favorite wine on the hand. Everything looks perfect like i imagined. The music goes upon my body to my feet. It's good feeling it inside of your body viscerally. As a big (Smog) fan, i must admit that it's one of the best works of Bill Callahan yet. Gospel, blues, folk, rock, country, i already counted the most fascinating genres, and they're tight together on "Woke On A Whaleheart". That's the music that i'd like to call magical, soulful, closer to a scene from our lives. If i could tell how this album is beautiful, it would be any good.

This is different for everyone, it's everything that we can't tell by speaking -- originally this is main description of music. If the record still has power to encourage me writing, then i love calling it essential! Release date: 24 April, 2007
MM picks: Honeymoon Child, Day, Night, A Man Needs A Woman Or A Man To Be A Man
mp3: Bill Callahan - Sycamore
mp3: Bill Callahan - Night

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Bonnie "Prince" Billy
Elliott Smith
Leonard Cohen


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