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Richard Buckner
The Hill

Richard Buckner's ‘The Hill’ was born in 1996 at The Ranch Olancha Motel, a converted garage near the mouth of Death Valley, while Buckner was staying a week in a room with nothing for company but his guitar, a four-track recorder, and a copy of Lee ‘Masters' Spoon River Anthology’. The resulting recordings of Buckner&rsq...view item »

Richard Buckner
Richard Buckner

On Richard Buckner’s self-titled album, his second release from 1996, he manages to balance folk and blues influences with grizzled Americana. His warm yet almost desperate voice gives a sense of desolation to the songs. The songs are starkly arranged, just voice and acoustic guitar. On opener “On Travelling” he plays the guita...view item »

Richard Buckner
Bloomed

Heralded as his ‘classic’ record, ‘Bloomed’ always seemed a little conventional compared to what came later for Buckner. His later records marry this rootsy singer-songwriter fayre with oddball song structures and brave (for the genre he works in) production touches especially on the John...view item »

Richard Buckner
Surrounded

One of the perks of this job is seeing a release come in by a favourite artist and being given (or to be honest asking for) the opportunity to write about it. Richard Buckner was initially brought to my attention years ago by my father who leant me his ‘Devotion and Doubt’ album; it’s fair ...view item »

Richard Buckner
Impasse

Merge reissue Richard Buckner’s grizzled blues-rock classic on vinyl LP and CD. Impasse is an album of sparse guitar music, with a dense lyricism and some lovely arrangements that deserve to be appreciated on this remastered 15th anniversary special edition, complete with additional rare material....view item »

Richard Buckner
Richard Bucknew

Richard Buckner has made one or two good records in his time. Here is another, his first for a few years. Apparently this is a re-issue of an earlier album though. .Like a more cheerful Will Oldham without the beard. Sparse singer-songwriter stuff. Impressive....view item »