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Over the Rhine Meet Me at the Edge of the World (2013)

 Over the Rhine — Meet Me at the Edge of the World (2013)

Over the Rhine — Meet Me at the Edge of the World 
Formed: 1989 in Cincinnati, OH
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Album release: September 3, 2013
Record Label: Great Speckled Dog Records
Duration:     34:42
Tracks:
Album I
01. “Meet Me At The Edge Of The World”     3:49
02. “Called Home”     3:39
03. “Sacred Ground”     3:07
04. “I’d Want You”     4:22
05. “Gonna Let My Soul Catch My Body”     2:43
06. “All Of It Was Music”     4:21
07. “Don’t Let The Bastards Get You Down”     4:21
08. “Highland County”     3:44
09. “Wait”     4:36
Album II
01. “All Over Ohio”     6:01
02. “Earthbound Love Song”
03. “Against The Grain”
04. “It Makes No Difference”
05. “Blue Jean Sky”
06. “Cuyahoga”
07. “Baby If This Is Nowhere”
08. “Wildflower Bouquet”
09. “The Birds Of Nowhere Farm”
10. “Favorite Time Of Light”
♥   Over the Rhine release their 15th studio album Meet Me at the Edge of the World on September 3 via their own Great Speckled Dog Records.
♥   The 19-track, double album is the 15th studio offering from the husband-and-wife duo of Karin Bergquist and Linford Detweiler, following 2011’s terrific The Long Surrender.
♥   The songs were all recorded live and were inspired by the couple’s move to a pre-Civil War farm in southern Ohio eight years ago.
♥   The album was recorded in six days with Grammy-winning producer Joe Henry, who has previously worked with artists like Bonnie Raitt and Madonna. A press release for the album calls it the duo’s “most ambitious offering to date.”
Artist Biography by Darryl Cater
♥    Over the Rhine had already developed a large and intensely loyal following in their native Cincinnati, OH, before they independently released their first two albums, Till We Have Faces (1991) and Patience (1992). Their music, which they aptly dubbed "post-nuclear, pseudo-alternative, folk-tinged art-pop," is difficult to pigeonhole. They have been compared to 10,000 Maniacs, the Innocence Mission, U2, and Shawn Colvin, but the band's personality seems to owe more to its literary influences (which include Dylan Thomas, C.S. Lewis, and T.S. Eliot). They drew attention to their independent albums with their attractively arty CD packaging, and when IRS signed them in 1992, Patience became the first album in the label's history to be re-released with its original indie cover art.
♥    But 1994's Eve would end up the only album the band would record on an IRS budget (with the exception of a slightly touched-up re-release of Till We Have Faces in 1995). When the label was bought out in 1996, Over the Rhine escaped from their five-record contract, fearing a loss of artistic autonomy. By the end of the year the band had released two imaginatively sparse acoustic CDs on its own: Good Dog Bad Dog and The Darkest Night of the Year, a melancholy Christmas album. The year 1996 also saw significant personal changes for all four bandmembers: Over the Rhine's chief songwriters (bassist/pianist Linford Detweiler and classically trained lead singer Karin Bergquist) were married in October. In December, guitarist Ric Hordinski left to devote more time to his own band, Monk, and drummer Brian Kelley followed (before he changed his mind in 1997).
♥    The group issued Besides, a fan-club-only compilation of rarities, in early 1997; the official album Amateur Shortwave Radio appeared in 1999. The band's sixth studio effort, Films for Radio, appeared in early 2001. Two years later, Detweiler and Bergquist returned with Ohio. This double-disc set, which marked Over the Rhine's tenth album overall, reflected the band's Midwestern connections. Following a tumultuous year of heavy touring, they returned to the studio (Bergquist and Detweiler's living room, to be precise) and recorded their next album, Drunkard's Prayer, which came out in 2005. They released a career retrospective, Discount Fireworks, in February 2007, followed by the all-new Trumpet Child later that summer. Bergquist and Detweiler released the intimate, epic, and largely fan-funded Long Surrender in 2011, marking the group's 20-year anniversary.
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Over the Rhine Meet Me at the Edge of the World (2013)

 

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