Tom McWatters | Atomicwaters

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Rock: Classic Rock Blues: Soul-Blues Moods: Type: Acoustic
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Atomicwaters

by Tom McWatters

Soulful, dusty troubadourian observations from a meticulous and poetic songsmith.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Eyes Wide Open
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2. Catapult
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3. Bad Kid
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4. Frozen to the Ground
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5. Scrambled Eggs?
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6. 27 Times Around the Sun
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7. Portrait of Stephen
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8. Hawaii Bridge
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9. The Last Great Dinosaur
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10. Dishonesty Is the Second Best Policy
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11. Sincerely From My Black Heart
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Tom McWatters writes songs that seem to have appeared into the world fully formed. Upon consideration, however, it is clear that exactly the opposite must be true: songs so firmly crystallized must be the result of a very delicate process. Combining the flawless song construction of Elliott Smith, the allusive poetry of Tom Waits, and the dusty everyday reflections of Bruce Springsteen, McWatters's songs are at once nostalgic and singular.

McWatters's first full-length solo recording, "atomicwaters," evokes the bygone era of troubadours howling lamentations between sips of whiskey. Despite the economical arrangements, the songs never feel spare -- McWatters's vocals, alternating between bluesy croon and soaring boom, easily fill in the spaces. His examinations alternate between the worldly ("Bad Kid") to the deeply introspective ("27 Times Around The Sun"), but are always framed by the emotional lives of individuals. With songs so eloquently affecting, delivered in a voice so arresting, "atomicwaters" is a truly striking debut from an undeniable talent.

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