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Kevin Morby
Still Life

The CD for Kevin Morby's 'Still Life' is laid across a decadent white and red pattern that recalls the presentation of Dylan's early wax for Columbia Records, immediately conjuring up images of a time when folk singers wrote the best lyrics, smoked the most infinite number of cigarettes and made people in coats cry in ancient coffee shops. Morby...view item »

Kevin Morby
Beautiful Strangers / No Place To Fall

Kevin Morby has released this single especially to benefit the Everytown for Gun Safety charity charity, to whom all the proceeds of this release will go. Beautiful Strangers is a painful song about the victims of gun violence, and the B-side is a cover version of Townes Van Zandt’s No Place T...view item »

Kevin Morby
City Music

The key to being successful in music can be split pretty evenly between 80% hard work/self promotion and 20% actual talent. Therefore moderately talented troubadours like Kevin Morby can do well for themselves just because they are so damn busy. The former Woods and the Babies...view item »

Kevin Morby
My Name

Aaaaaaaaaaah I remember this guy, he’s the guy from Woods who did that ace ‘Harlem River’ album earlier this year which we all so enjoyed. This is a follow up 7” of brand new songs featuring two examples of his spectral guitar pickings. On the A Side he augments his rustic guitar patterns wit...view item »

Kevin Morby
Singing Saw

I want nothing more than aspirational psych-folkie Kevin Morby to make a golden solo record. The sauntering and curiously hypnotic ‘Harlem River’ showed great promise; ‘Still Life’, with its slight, Dylan-scaped tunes, failed to deliver on it. I would sell Laurie’s house for the record where Morby finally straddled ...view item »

Kevin Morby
Moonshiner / Bridge to Gaia

Kevin Morby wrote these two tracks as a result of two rather different experiences: one was reading a book, the other was a holiday in the Portuguese city of Porto. Moonshiner / Bridge To Gaia is a pair of lovely little guitar-led tunes, Morby’s deep vocals setting the whole thing off with a thoug...view item »

Kevin Morby
Harlem River

This is the solo vehicle from the man who, as well as being one half of The Babies, also acts as Woods bassist. A very busy lad, but not busy enough to write this quite lovely homage to his recent home of New York City.  Opener ‘Miles Miles Miles’ has that swooning sty...view item »

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