Monday, October 5, 2015

Chris Smither 1997 Small Revelations

Genre: Singer/Songwriter
Rate: 266 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 00:35:59
Size: 62,26 MB

United States

Chris Smither's reflective, lyrical songwriting, richly textured singing voice and bluesy acoustic-guitar playing serve him well on SMALL REVELATIONS. Smither is especially adept at country-inspired, toe-tapping tunes spiked with skeptical wit and wisdom, like "Winsome Smile" ("Listen to me now, you suffer from a sad misapprehension/That if she could read your mind she'd see just how it oughta be/But she's read it all by now/And your style don't get a grip on her attention.") Equally impressive are Smither's all-out blues tracks (including an outstanding cover of Robert Johnson's "Dust My Broom"), and his brooding, poignant near-ballads, especially the leisurely, contemplative title track. Smither once again proves himself worthy of his fine reputation, especially among fellow musicians, as a plain-speaking, original and supremely talented guitarist, singer and songwriter. (


01 - Thanks To You 02:46

02 - Slow Surprise 02:49

03 - Hold On 04:05

04 - Caveman 04:40

05 - Help Me Now 03:26

06 - Small Revelations 04:03

07 - Winsome Smile 03:47

08 - Dust My Broom 03:13

09 - Sportin' Life 03:09

10 - Hook, Line And Sinker 04:01

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