[indie-folk] (2020) Sam Amidon - Sam Amidon [FLAC] [DarkAngie]


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[indie-folk] (2020) Sam Amidon - Sam Amidon [FLAC] [DarkAngie]

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01 - Maggie.flac (202.5 MB)
01 - Maggie.flac 27.6 MB
02 - Pretty Polly.flac 28.2 MB
03 - Light Rain Blues.flac 19.2 MB
04 - Spanish Merchant's Daughter.flac 25.1 MB
05 - Reuben.flac 18 MB
06 - Hallelujah.flac 14.1 MB
07 - Cuckoo.flac 30.1 MB
08 - Time Has Made a Change.flac 22.8 MB
09 - Sundown (feat. Beth Orton).flac 17.4 MB
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(2020) Sam Amidon - Sam Amidon



Review:
An unofficial companion album of sorts to 2017’s The Following Mountain, which consisted entirely of Amidon originals, Sam Amidon returns some of the same key contributors — multi-instrumentalist Shahzad Ismaily, drummer Chris Vatalaro, and saxophonist Sam Gendel — for a full set of covers. As such, it’s reminiscent of earlier works including his Nonesuch label debut, the folk-covers album Bright Sunny South (2013), but this time with a generally more ambitious design. While the likewise expansive The Following Mountain was produced by seasoned producer/composer/sideman Leo Abrahams, Amidon takes on the role himself here for the first time since his solo debut nearly 20 years prior. The album’s opening track, “Maggie,” a version of the traditional Appalachian tune “Little Maggie,” introduces an atmospheric, skittery mix of folk, funk, and haunting synth atmospheres to otherworldly effect. Meanwhile, Amidon has honed the warm, wise vocal delivery of a community elder transfixing a small gathering with these time-tested chronicles. While the album focuses mostly on traditional song, including an updated, saxophone-streaked version of the tragic “Pretty Polly,” some more-modern, attributed works get the Amidon touch, as well. Among them are Harkins Frye’s tuneful “Time Has Made a Change” (originally “Time Has Made a Change in Me”), a song that Amidon’s parents reportedly sang around the house when he was a kid, and Taj Mahal’s “Light Rain Blues.” For the latter, he fashions a relatively spacious, banjo-centric reworking kissed by shimmery effects and various emulated weather. Like an animator or puppeteer with a recognizably stylized approach, Amidon’s artistry is on full display on the eponymous album, with its sometimes-uncanny merging of timeless emotions, atmosphere, and musicality. Other collaborators include Amidon’s spouse, Beth Orton, who is featured on several tracks, including closer “Sundown.”







Tracklist:
01 - Maggie
02 - Pretty Polly
03 - Light Rain Blues
04 - Spanish Merchant's Daughter
05 - Reuben
06 - Hallelujah
07 - Cuckoo
08 - Time Has Made a Change
09 - Sundown (feat. Beth Orton)


Media Report:
Genre: indie-folk
Format: FLAC
Format/Info: Free Lossless Audio Codec, 16-bit PCM
Bit rate mode: Variable
Channel(s): 2 channels
Sampling rate: 44.1 KHz
Bit depth: 16 bits

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