OK

Při poskytování služeb nám pomáhají soubory cookie. Používáním našich služeb vyjadřujete souhlas s naším používáním souborů cookie. Více informací

Úvodní stránka » RECORDS » Trent Dabbs
Trent Dabbs — The Way We Look At Horses (2013)

 Trent Dabbs — The Way We Look At Horses (November 5, 2013)

USA Flag Trent Dabbs — The Way We Look At Horses 
→   Just as healing is a long process where the effects are not immediately apparent, The Way We Look at Horses takes time to fully digest. No easy answers are given. Instead, Dabbs raises questions and explores the murky nature of pain and sorrow with a hefty dose of ambiguity. “The same road that lead you here is leading you astray,” he sings on “Thousand Nights.” It’s a revelation that at first may seem confusing, but its discovery is the first step towards healing.
Born: Jackson, Mississippi ~ Location: South Nashville, Tennessee
Album release:  US & UK: November 5, 2013
Record Label: Ready Set Records
Duration:     40:06
Tracks:
01 The Way We Look At Horses (Trent Dabbs)     4:38 
02 She's My Destination (Trent Dabbs / Daniel Tashian)     3:14 
03 Mountain Song (Trent Dabbs / Daniel Tashian)     3:55 
04 Last of Its Kind (Trent Dabbs / Daniel Tashian)     4:15 
05 Midnight Walls (Trent Dabbs / Daniel Tashian)     4:52 
06 Confetti Girl (Trent Dabbs / Liz Rose)     3:16 
07 Thousand Nights (Trent Dabbs)     4:19 
08 Time Decides (Jeremy Bose / Trent Dabbs)     3:46 
09 Start Tomorrow (Trent Dabbs)     3:14 
10 Natural Causes (Trent Dabbs / Lori McKenna)     4:37
2013 Ready Set Records
CREDITS:
Jeremy Bose  Bass, Composer, Drum Programming, Keyboards, Producer, String Arrangements
Tom Coyne  Mastering
Trent Dabbs  Composer, Guitar (Acoustic), Primary Artist, Vocals
Ian Fitchuck  Drums, Percussion
Adam Keafer  Bass, Bass (Upright)
Jared Kneale  Drums, Percussion
Lori McKenna  Composer
Katie Moore  Artwork
Liz Rose  Composer
Kyle Ryan  Guitar (Electric)
Daniel Tashian  Composer, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Lap Steel Guitar
Shane Wilson  Mixing
Similar albums:
Josh Rouse Dressed Up Like Nebraska
Joseph Arthur The Graduation Ceremony
Big Star Third/Sister Lovers
Pete York / Pete York Pete York & Friends
Max Gomez Rule the World
Neko Case / Neko Case & Her Boyfriends Furnace Room Lullaby
Sleepercar West Texas
Laura Gibson If You Come to Greet Me
Tift Merritt Traveling Alone
Matraca Berg The Dreaming Fields
Gary Louris Acoustic Vagabonds
The Band of Heathens Top Hat Crown & the Clapmaster's Son
REVIEW
→   By Taylor Coe 10 December 2013; Rating: 7
→   Dabbs Turns In Another Fine Collection
♦   A musical workaholic, The Way We Look at Horses marks Trent Dabbs’s fourth solo album in as many years. (And that’s not counting 2010’s Transition EP or 2012’s debut album from Sugar & the Hi Lows, his collaboration with Amy Stroup, or that group’s holiday EP dropped later that year.) Given the short time between recordings, it isn’t surprising that little has changed Dabbs’s musical outlook since 2012’s Future Like Snow. Most of these songs strike at the same staid, steady musical vein that Dabbs has been mining for several years now. Nothing wrong with that — it is a style all his own: equal parts pop, folk, and rock, tied to a flair for production. Even though some of the album is a little heavy-handed, Dabbs mostly manages to feel loose and fun, especially on the rollicking “She’s My Destination” and the almost ’80s-rock “Confetti Girl”.
♦   “Many of the themes throughout this album deal with death, love, making a change and the patterns that we’ve adopted to help us deal with difficult times,” Dabbs explains. “I love the image of the horse, being strong and steady and using them as a formidable metaphor to get us through.” Produced by Jeremy Bose, who also produced Dabb’s 2011 Southerner, Horses once again finds Dabbs crafting a solid collection of folk/pop tunes framed in the context of his Mississippi roots and current Nashville surroundings. Fortaken: http://www.popmatters.com/
Artist Biography by Steve Leggett
♦   Singer and songwriter Trent Dabbs was raised in Jackson, MS, but has been based in Nashville, TN, for his professional career. Working out of a kind of Southern gothic Americana style with pronounced Big Star-like overtones, Dabbs recorded his solo debut, Quite Often, with producers Dennis Herring and Clay Jones, and it was released in 2004 on Herring's Sweet Tea imprint. The album received a good deal of positive critical attention, and songs from it appeared on the soundtracks to television shows The OC and The Mountain as well as earning Dabbs an opening slot with R.E.M. at the legendary Ryman Auditorium. A sophomore release, What's Golden Above Ground, produced by Justin Loucks and Ian Fitchuk, followed in 2006 from Dabbs' own Ready.Set.Records. label.
Discography:
♦   2004 Quite Often (Sweet Tea)
♦   2006 What´s Golden Above Ground (Ready. Set!)
♦   2008 Decade Fades (Ready. Set. Records!)
♦   2010 Your Side Now (10outoftenn)
♦   2010 Transition ( Ready. Set. Records!)
♦   2011 Southerner (Entertainment One Music / Ready. Set Records)
♦   2012 Future Like Snow (Ready. Set Records!)
♦   2014 The Way We Look At Horses (Ready. Set)

Website: http://www.trentdabbs.com/
Tumblr: http://trentdabbs.tumblr.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/trentdabbs
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/trentdabbsmusic
Also:
by Jeremy LukensScore: ******
♦   http://www.glidemagazine.com/42992/trent-dabbs-the-way-we-look-at-horses/
_______________________________________________________________

Trent Dabbs — The Way We Look At Horses (2013)

 

NEWS

22.8.2017

Peter Green

21.8.2017

Kommode

archiv

ALBUM COVERS IX.

Richard Thompson — Acoustic Classics II (22 July 2014)
Tais Awards & Harvest Prize
Za Zelenou liškou 140 00 Praha 4, CZE
+420608841540