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by Wentworth Kersey

The final chapter in the three EP series. "Wentworth Kersey is like Little House on the Prairie on ludes meets 2001 (A Space Odyssey}."--CAUSE=TIME blog
Genre: Folk: Psych-folk
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1. Burned Out Knees
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2. Oxbow
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3. A Door
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4. Sunshine
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5. Sun and Moon
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6. Do You Need
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7. Since You Arrived
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8. Walking
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Album Notes
EP – O Release: 2008
EP – (O) Release: 2009
EP – ((O)) Release: 2010


“(O), the second of three EPs promised from Denver’s Wentworth Kersey, finds the duo upping the atmospheric ante while maintaining a strong songwriting perspective. Passing comparisons to Yankee Hotel Foxtrot-era Wilco remain apt, but the tracks here feel even more ethereal and ghostly than its predecessor. … Armed with a fully formed aesthetic and an ear for mixing texture and melody in gorgeous proportions… 8 out of 10” --POP MATTERS.com

“If you haven’t yet sampled their lush, languid, sound scapey sun soaked country genius, here’s the perfect opportunity.”
"stunning, beautiful…the songs are simply crafted but swathed in a rich psychey soundscape. It’s very cleverly done - velvety and honest at the same time.” --ARTROCKER.com

“The EP is a tour in, through and to the fringe of Americana – not a place many are brave enough to travel. Don’t wait for the Avant Garde Americana to become a genre, immerse in it right now.” --SLOWCOUSTIC

"On WK’s second self-titled EP, Joe Sampson and Jeffrey Wentworth Stevens seamlessly meld haunting folk songs to minimal yet soaring samples and synthesizers. The result is a lush, lonesome vibe that sneaks up and bites you on the ass with its epic-ness." --THE ONION (av section)

"...while it still can be described within the range of new Americana, but then it still sounds different to any other album I have heard before that I would describe as being associated with this style. A very strong debut. Highly recommended." --106.7 RADIO CENTRAL BELGIUM

"Denver's Wentworth Kersey is like Little House on the Prairie on ludes meets 2001 (A Space Odyssey}."

"The music is something that would make a great soundtrack for a Quentin Tarantino movie. While I would say the sound is basically “folk” it is so much more - it has so many textures, auras of rolling Appalachian valleys and a modern day Mexi-Cali conquistadors - all with a slight bit of ambient flowing through it all. Highly recommended."



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