The Weight of Flight
Download links and information about The Weight of Flight by Phosphorescent. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 6 tracks with total duration of 29:15 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist|
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|1.||Toes Out to Sea||4:03|
|2.||All of It, All||5:26|
|3.||When We Fall||3:29|
|4.||My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys||5:06|
|5.||Not Right, You Know||8:08|
|6.||Mrs. Juliette Low||3:03|
Phosphorescent is the recording project of Athens, GA native Mark Houck, a singer-songwriter with a ragged voice and a penchant for dust-blown Americana, whose debut full-length A Hundred Times or More, gained ecstatic praise from the British music press. Houck’s efforts, which recall both the ramshackle aesthetic of latter-day indie acts like Will Oldham and the Silver Jews, and the uncanny immediacy of old-time country (think Dock Boggs and Jimmie Rodgers), certainly deserve such praise, but one can’t blame Houck for being a bit taken aback by breathless panegyrics that saddled him with the title “the next Dylan” within months of his debut’s release. So it’s unsurprising that Houck’s follow up to A Hundred Times or More is something of a stylistic left-turn. The six-song EP The Weight of Flight sounds remarkably robust in comparison to its somewhat skeletal predecessor. While A Hundred Times or More thrived on eerie minimalism, The Weight of Flight boasts a full backing band and a number of rocking, organ-led compositions that pave the way for the innovations of 2005’s Aw Come Aw Wry.