M. Ward - Post-War album FLAC
Ward's post-war is internal, relational; it's adjusting to new realities, both pleasant and not. Backed with electric piano and shaker- a sort of slow-motion r&b setting- Ward's endearingly creaky tenor softly draws the line between then and now: "You say the money just ain't what it used to be/ Man how we used to tear apart this town/ Put a dollar into the machine and you'll remember ho. The humidity is so high in the arrangement that I swear my speakers got wet. That humidity comes and goes on Post-War, Ward's first record with a full-time back. Post-War isn't perfect, but it's all the more listenable for that fact.
Tracklist: 1. Poison Cup, 2. To Go Home, 3. Right In The Head, 4. Post-War, 5. Requiem, 6. Chinese Translation, 7. Eyes On The Prize, 8. Magic Trick, 9. Neptune’s Net, 10. Rollercoaster, 11. Today’s Undertaking, 12. Afterword, Ra. 3. Right In The Head. 6. Chinese Translation.
Список групп Folk Rock M. Ward Post-War. Добавить тексты песен альбома. 7. Eyes on the Prize. 9. Neptune's Net. 10. Rollercoaster. 11. Today's Undertaking.
Laconic California indie minstrel M. Ward's fifth offering is a thrift shop photo album filled with histories that may or may not have been, dust bowl carnival rides, and slices of sunlit Western Americana so thick that you need a broom to sweep up the bits that fall off of the knife
Bass, Engineer, Mixed By, Percussion – Mike CoykendallChimes, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals, Written-By – M. WardDrums – Jordan Hudson. Drums – Jordan Hudson, Rachel BlumbergEngineer – Adam SelzerGuitar, Keyboards, Vocals, Written-By – M. WardMixed By – Mike Mogis. Post-War (CD, Album, Promo).
For term of historic periodisation, see Post-war. Studio album by M. Ward. Post-War is the fifth studio album by M. It was released on August 22, 2006 by Merge Records. It features the single "To Go Home", a cover of a song written by Daniel Johnston.
Given its title and M. Ward's abilities as a wordsmith, it's tempting to assume Post-War is his scathing treatise on Bush the Younger's America. It's not. Its only politics are the sort manifested daily in our most intimate relationships.
Ward's Uncertain 'Post-War' World The title track from Ward's remarkable Post-War, this weary, trancelike spell of a song anticipates a moment of reckoning. Song Of The Day. M. Ward's Uncertain 'Post-War' World. Ward looks to the great unknowns that lie ahead.