Wilder Embry | Smolderoldingpictureaid

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Smolderoldingpictureaid

by Wilder Embry

A lush, classic vibe of a record, bound by crushing poetry.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Always You
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2. Don't Go Mad
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3. Born to Lose
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4. Beermerica
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5. Help
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6. I Forget
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7. It
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8. Known Ya
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9. Pretty Things
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10. Teller
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11. Sound
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12. Radios
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13. The Close
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Album Notes
Those intimate, mostly acoustic blueprints have been gently fleshed out yet not smothered, thanks to the keen ears of revered producer Roger Moutenot (Yo La Tengo, Lambchop). “Known Ya” is a bittersweet tale of a futile romance, and like several songs on the album, walks a fine line between melancholia and uplift. My favorite track from the demos, “Don’t Go Mad,” sounds even fuller now, a simple yet powerful primer on coping with the roller coaster of life. Smolderoldingpictureaid features an exceptional backing band — guitarists Audley Freed and David Steele, drummer Keith Brogdon, keyboardist John Lancaster and bassist Billy Mercer — but the musicians never get in the way Embry’s warm vocal delivery and tasteful tenor guitar work, which provides a subtle but welcome change from the standard acoustic guitar strumming of typical songwriter fare. Highly recommended, particularly if you’re a fan of Ron Sexsmith. JACK SILVERMAN Nashville Scene

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