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New Wild Everywhere (Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about New Wild Everywhere (Deluxe Edition) by Great Lake Swimmers. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:20:21 minutes.

Artist: Great Lake Swimmers
Release date: 2012
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:20:21
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No. Title Length
1. Think That You Might Be Wrong 4:14
2. New Wild Everywhere 3:47
3. The Great Exhale 4:38
4. The Knife 4:22
5. Changes With the Wind 4:24
6. Cornflower Blue 4:07
7. Easy Come Easy Go 4:24
8. Fields of Progeny 2:56
9. Ballad of a Fisherman's Wife 3:18
10. Quiet Your Mind 4:51
11. Parkdale Blues 3:55
12. On the Water 5:33
13. New Wild Everywhere (Acoustic Version) [Bonus Track] 3:43
14. The Great Exhale (Acoustic Version) [Bonus Track] 4:29
15. Easy Come Easy Go (Acoustic Version) [Bonus Track] 3:36
16. Les champs de progéniture (Bonus Track) 3:09
17. I Will Never See the Sun (TTC Version) [Bonus Track] 3:55
18. Something Heavy (Bonus Track) 3:34
19. What Was Going Through My Head (Bonus Track) 3:10
20. Easy Come Easy Go (Radio Edit) 4:16



New Wild Everywhere takes the wispy atmospherics of Great Lake Swimmers' earlier works and turns them into a sort of alt-country. It seems like the band's marching from Canada over the plains and into the Southwest deserts, over to Bakersfield. With their previous album, 2009's Lost Channels, Toronto-based Tony Dekker and crew stumbled onto the beauty of Gene Clark, the wayward Byrds member who best understood heartbreak. The group made his sorrow their sorrow. New Wild Everywhere continues that streak. "The Great Exhale" pulses with the feel of Clark's last studio album, So Rebellious a Lover. High praise, indeed. But Dekker has been steadily evolving into a confident singer capable of bringing his smooth delivery into rockier terrain. With its vast country-rock sweep, "Changes with the Wind" throws the band into Chris Hillman's Flying Burrito Brothers territory. The ability to power up beyond the slow acoustics of many lonesome troubadours has benefitted Dekker, who's found a way to balance joy and disappointment into pure expression. The deluxe edition adds acoustic versions of many album tracks, along with other bonus cuts.