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Outta My Head - M. Ward - Transfiguration Of Vincent (CD, Album)

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  1. Mar 26,  · For Transfiguration of Vincent, M. Ward has invited collaborators who bring full flesh to his music, landing at the nexus of melody-drenched pop, Delta blues, Wall of Sound glow, ragtime.
  2. Mar 18,  · Full of snappy, loping pop tunes interwoven with mellow instrumental passages, Transfiguration of Vincent shows Ward to be a terrific folk and blues guitarist, a perceptive, witty storyteller, and--in tossing piano, percussion, harmonica, and various other instruments into mixes that never feel the least bit cluttered--an imaginative arranger/5(33).
  3. Such is the case with M. Ward's "Transfiguration of Vincent." Even though its 12 years old since the time of its original release, its brand new to my ears and I cannot recommend it highly enough. It contains heartbreakingly beautiful guitar playing and vocals and original songs that will become entrenched in your consciousness after one listening/5(33).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Transfiguration Of Vincent on Discogs. Label: Matador Records (2) - OLE • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Indie Rock.
  5. 16 rows · Mar 18,  · MRG | Release Date March 18, Transfiguration of Vincent is the .
  6. Transfiguration of Vincent, released in , is the third studio album by singer-songwriter M. Ward. The title alludes to the album The Transfiguration of Blind Joe Death by John Fahey, and /5(8).
  7. Mar 18,  · M. Ward. Album Transfiguration of Vincent. Helicopter Lyrics. Outta My Head 7. Involuntary 8. Helicopter 9. Poor Boy, Minor Key Fool Says.
  8. Mar 18,  · Editors’ Notes “Transfiguration #1”, Transfiguration of Vincent’s hushed instrumental opening track, begins with the quiet buzz of cicadas and a few tentatively plucked notes from M. Ward’s acoustic guitar; after a few moments Ward embarks on some Fahey-ish finger picking and The Old Joe Clarks (his backing band) slide into a rustic shuffle with delicate southwestern flourishes.

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