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Whatever the genre, it's always an ongoing experiment, and it's clear that the Sandmen have fun defining it.
And then you have music that fills your whole being with these feelings, even if you're sitting in your miserable cubicle for nine hours a day.
I do love the open space melancholy that pervades most of these songs and the low key singing style adds to all of this.
I've heard a lot of Howie Gelb so this album is my introduction to Giant Sand. First off, this ain't country, but more of an amalgam of Lou Reed (vocals) and Tom Waits without the... Read morePublished on February 28, 2007 by Oscar Stern