Oh Holy Fools
Born of Nebraskan cornfields, painfully blue suburban skies, and cold Omaha winters, it's a beautiful American journey. Dig the influence of Jackson Browne's first two records, and the folk troubadour sounds and lyrical mythology for Leonard Cohen. Son, Ambulance brings on the 70s pinao pop with “Brown Park" and takes the prize for the catchiest tune on the disc. Bright Eyes gets pretty with a flute melody in “Going for the Gold" and pulls out al the stops on “Kathy With a K's Song," maybe the most warmly honest tune yet from a band with no shortage of time. There's no irony in sight. Give this graceful collaboration a spin and you'll remember that music actually counts for something.
LP / CD / MP3
LP / Deluxe LP / CD / Deluxe CD / MP3