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From The Rivers To The Ocean - Bill Callahan - Woke On A Whaleheart

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  1. Accompanied by Callahan’s distinctive baritone, his songs have a rugged edge that keep them from ever being cloying. Woke on a Whaleheart begins with “From the River to the Ocean,” a gospel inflected musing on the passage of time. Much like Cat Power’s “The Greatest”, “From the River to the Ocean” benefits from the warm.
  2. Since the lo-fi indie-rock band Smog has always been Bill Callahan and whomever he's hanging out with at any given time, it may strike some as odd that Callahan has ditched the Smog moniker and released an album under his own name. But while Callahan's Woke On A Whaleheart shares Smog's rumbly tone and rootsy foundations, it is a bit of a departure. Consider "Diamond Dancer," the best song on.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Woke On A Whaleheart on Discogs.
  4. Bill Callahan - Sycamore Lyrics. There's sap in the trees if you tap 'em There's blood on the seas if you map 'em Christian, if you see your poppa Tell him I love him He tau.
  5. Apr 24,  · Bill Callahan is a complete and utter badass. For my money, the dude released several of the best albums of the '90s and turned in one of the best of the aughts with ’s A River Ain’t Too Much to country.dianamathagamarimtrueblade.infoinfo fall at one of his final shows as Smog, /5.
  6. Bill Callahan - Diamond Dancer Lyrics. She was dancing so hard She danced herself into a diamond Dancing all by herself Dancing all by herself And not minding Doing the the thing.
  7. Dec 22,  · In summary, there is a world of characters living within Woke on a Whaleheart, entirely open to interpretation and always warmer than Santa's lap. I love Bob Dylan, but Bill Callahan's writing and musicianship on Whaleheart make the old man's recent work sound uninspired and flat. That, friends, is very hard to do/5(8).
  8. Woke On A Whaleheart by Bill Callahan, released 24 April 1. From The Rivers To The Ocean 2. Footprints 3. Diamond Dancer 4. Sycamore 5. The Wheel 6. Honeymoon Child 7. Day 8. Night 9. A Man Needs A Woman Or A Man To Be A Man It's the age of green, so Smog had to go.
  9. Sep 11,  · The album starts with "From the Rivers to the Ocean", a brilliant, woozy love song, then "Footprints" a ebullient rocker that envisions the human race dancing off into the sky. Musically, Woke on a Whaleheart is rather more eclectic and upbeat than Callahan's work as Smog, but the lyrics lack much of their usual verve. "Sycamore" and "Diamond /5(18).