Book Club - One-Way Moon (2015) Lossless MP3/Flac

Book Club - One-Way Moon (2015) Lossless
Artist: Book Club
Title Of Album: One-Way Moon
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: The Cottage Recording Co.
Genre: Indie Folk, Alt-Country, Americana
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 31:40 min
Total Size: 181 MB


01. I Don't Need to Travel (3:28)
02. Boomerangs and Bedroom Eyes (2:38)
03. You Say It so Glacial (3:44)
04. How Will You Know, Dear? (2:22)
05. The Way It Seems (3:50)
06. Mostly Lonely (2:05)
07. Fallen Leaves (3:31)
08. September, New York, 1973 (3:19)
09. However Can It Be? (3:26)
10. Too Much Too Soon (3:17)

There's a wistful, unpretentious elegance to Book Club's sound. At once urbane and downhome, this is modern pastoral pop music that-in sound and spirit-can trace a straight line back to the simple, unaffected roots of American storysong. It's where Johnny and June meets Lou Reed & Nico, trading twilight songs born of vacant, mostly forgotten kudzu-covered city lots, the spare, arresting two-part harmonies echoing all the way from the Georgia Piedmont to Tin Pan Alley and back again.

On Book Club's new LP, One-Way Moon (out Feb. 17 via Cottage Recording Co./Bear Kids Recordings), frontman/songwriter Robbie Horlick practices introspection without navel-gazing, his wounded warble trickling like creekwater past the strum of the nylon six-string and the pluck of the banjo, cascading over daydreamy piano and the breathy moan of bow on strings. Further downstream, his vocal melodies empty into a crystal pool where they swirl gently, endlessly, around the wholesome, charmingly demure voice of harmony singer Rachel Buckley. The whole affair is a dazzling exercise in restraint-a stripped-bare, acoustic album where what you don't hear is just as important as what you do.
Book Club - One-Way Moon (2015) Lossless
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