Michael McDaeth | Gondwanaland

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Gondwanaland

by Michael McDaeth

Lost and lonely, disenchanted, faithless and resigned - sad, small characters come alive in the songs of Michael McDaeth. He sets his players on a stark stage of gruff voice and understated acoustic guitar, an economy of expression akin to Bruce Springs
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1. Taking My Time
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2. You Got The Blues Again
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3. Another Ghost Leaves The Room
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4. Stepmother
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5. Profitability
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6. My Sister
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7. Typical Destitute Day
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8. King Of The Underworld
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Lost and lonely, disenchanted, faithless and resigned - sad, small characters come alive in the songs of Michael McDaeth. He sets his players on a stark stage of gruff voice and understated acoustic guitar, an economy of expression akin to Bruce Springsteen's Nebraska. Tom Waits fans, too, will appreciate McDaeth's gift for finding the sublime in the banal: "I'm stuck at a stop light eating a deep fried sugar loaf ain't contemplating suicide/I'm empty inside but I'm all right" (from "Profitability"). A riverboat tour, recorded on micro cassette, plays in the background throughout Gondwanaland, providing eerie counterpoint to these quietly unsettling tales.
As reviewed by Jim Santo - demo universe - jimsanto@echonyc.com

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