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|1.||"Cut Me Down" (3:31)|
|2.||"I Have Been To The Mountain" (3:14)|
|3.||"Singing Saw" (7:16)|
|4.||"Drunk & On A Star" (4:07)|
|1.||"Ferris Wheel" (2:54)|
|3.||"Black Flowers" (5:44)|
Former Woods bassist Kevin Morby might not always have been everyone's contender as singer-songwriter of the moment, yet this makes the modern-classic appeal of 'Singing Saw' all the more illuminating. Here, his Dylan-esque drawl (particularly recalling the sun-burnished hues of 'Nashville Skyline') makes its presence felt on a finely honed collection of Laurel Canyon-tinged serenades that run the gamut from the piano-led melancholia of 'Ferris Wheel' to the Replacements-esque rock of 'Dorothy', arriving at a sound that's subtly reflective and emotionally resonant in equal measure. Fans of Whiskeytown, Matthew Sweet and Kurt Vile alike, you need this album on your stereo.
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