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From the fathoms, the dark solitary deeps, comes Amelia Curran's "Spectators." A meditation on frailty, restlessnes, time and its finitudes, Spectators is both storm and harbour. The Juno winning artist has charted a course through longing and loss with lyrics that face life's beauties and terrors with disconsolate urgency. With "Spectators" Curran returns to the scene with ten tracks that yet raise the bar on her signature lyricism, but push beyond the folk boundaries that have defined her previous releases. Produced by John Critchley, "Spectators" brings surprises, including brass, strings, piano, and rumbling percussion. The opening track, "Years," strides forward with a dynamic deliberation undercut by repeated speculation about all the trouble's worth. Ever cautious in its optimism, "Years" introduces the record's measured truths in fine fashion. "What Will You Be Building," a downtrodden Dixieland dirge, distills existence into one essential question. "The Modern Man" is another standout track - Curran's stark vision stands sharply against a dark, tense, shivering backdrop. Even, or perhaps especially, the love songs, cut through the bone. In particular, the earthquake heartache of "San Andreas Fault," is as graceful as it is devastating. Guest musicians and arrangers are a collection of Toronto and St. John's notables, including The Once, Todor Kobakov, Bryden Baird, Selina Martin, Oh Susanna, and Martin Tielli.

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Available for Shipping to Canada Post
Yes
Artist(s)
Amelia Curran
Number of discs
1.0
Track list
Years, What Will You Be Building, The Modern Man, Blackbird On Fire, The Great Escape, Strangers, Soft Wooden Towers, San Andreas Fault, In A Town (200 Days), Face On The News
Brand
Anderson Merchandisers
Product Identifiers
Walmart Item #
30933036, 30941117
SKU
877945
UPC
83676600734

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