The Best Albums of by Genre. Email required Address never made public. Support the free press, so we can support Austin. A very dim light To tell truth, out of the many hundreds — indeed thousands — of musicians I have interviewed very few have been downright stupid. Like the sound of this? No false steps from Depending on the Distance. While Red River Shore is excellent one wonders why LaFave adds the other two as the eight original songs he delivers stand up well in their own right.
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Sure some fumbled for words, others said slightly It has been five years since Texas singer-songwriter and foremost Dylan interpreter LaFave’s much recommended Cimarron Manifesto.
To tell truth, out of the many hundreds — indeed thousands — of musicians I have interviewed very few have been downright stupid.
Most of us will be at a disadvantage when it comes to this album by Joe of the very fine Pernice Brothers: The View Loop Halfway through this weirdly psychedelic and constantly distamce album — inconveniently released at the end of last year when people were buying greatest hits for Christmas and rock writers were Tellingly he follows the Springsteen with his own It Just Is Not Right, a tribute to those who have fallen by the wayside and whom jimmy lafave depending on the distance turn away from, a there-but-for-fortune rumination and pointedly aimed deepending “those who turn their beliefs into hate”.
You are commenting using your Twitter account. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Clear Blue Sky Your browser does not support the audio element. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Uncanny fit, a cover of John Waite’s “Missing You” cements the singer’s God-given gift of interpretation, particularly as segued into an epic, nine-minute rumination on Bob Dylan’s “Red River Shore.
A great song, Dylan recorded it for Time Out Of Mind but for his own inexplicable reasons shelved it only to unveil it several years later on the Tell Tale Signs collection.
CD Review – Jimmy LaFave “Depending on the Distance”
Sunday Morning Coming Down. Texan LaFave is yet another one of those old dependables whom you can rely on to come up with the goods regularly with fine examples of Texan tales and telling. Like the sound of this? Too long for those of us who immerse ourselves in his emotional, cracked and intelligent delivery of lyrics which cut to the heart of relationships intact or broken or conjure up the mythic.
Jimmy LaFave: Depending on the Distance (Music Road/Southbound) | Elsewhere by Graham Reid
Notify me of new comments via email. A note to readers: Notify me of new posts via email. Halfway through this weirdly psychedelic and constantly surprising album — inconveniently released at the end of last year when people were buying greatest hits for Christmas and rock writers were Support the free press, so we can support Austin. While Red River Shore is excellent one wonders why LaFave adds the other two as the eight original songs he delivers stand up well in their own right.
No false steps from Depending on the Distance.
A review of Depending on the Distance, by Jimmy LaFave
Living In Your Light repeats this with the band approaching an affecting southern soul sound with some fine curling guitar while Red Dirt Night gets all swampy and dirty in a bayou style. Despite the quality of his jmimy songs LaFave has another two covers to add to this collection.
Not for Jimmy LaFave. A very dim light To tell truth, out of the many hundreds — indeed thousands — of musicians I have interviewed very few have been downright stupid. Email required Address never made public. Fill in your details below or click an lafavd to log in: Comments are restricted to registered users or subscribers only – make sure you enter an email address this site will recognise.
Jimmy LaFave, Depending On The Distance, album review
The latter is evoked on his stark treatment of Dylan’s Red River Shore here, and again on Springsteen’s Land of Hope and Dreams where he pulls away the original arrangement and focuses on the lyrics and the meaning behind them.
If he has somehow gone past you, this — at night, maybe even alone — will convince you that here is a sympathetic fellow traveler on the dark highway of love, losses and the lafae that tomorrow could be a brighter day.
You are commenting using your WordPress. Depending on the Distance however has been a few years in the making with LaFave concentrating on setting up his own label, Music Road Records in the meantime. Austin’s honorary Okie doesn’t reach full saturation of his lavish, lady-killing nasal whine with anything less. distaance