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His voice is unique and expressive enough itself.
Say Valley Maker, The Well, Rock Bottom Riser, Drinking At The Dam and Let Me See The Colts are all GREAT songs, and the rest isn't too far behind.
I would say that if you are new to Smog this as good as any point to jump in, as all of his works are pretty consistent.
Great condition, quick shipping, I can't stop listening to it! The CD/case is in great shape. It's just what I wanted.Published 16 months ago by Lauren
Man, oh man. This album is unreal. A River Ain't Too Much To Love is Callahan's first pretty straight forward country record, a sound he's kept pretty much in tact ever since. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Sizzle Tizzle
One of my favorite albums.the kind that can be listened to many times with out getting sick of it.Bill Callahan's best album,in my opinionPublished on February 16, 2013 by rey
4.5 stars. Togheter with "Knock Knock", "Dongs Of Sevotion" and "Sometimes I Wish
We Were An Eagle" this is Bill Callahan's finest album. Read more
Smog has a way of taking the simplest elements, both musical and lyrical, and making music so moving it would make Mozart himself green with envy. Read morePublished on May 15, 2009 by Amazon Customer
Bill Callahan is unusual but amazing in his own way. I can see that he is not for everyone, but he certainly epitomizes the lo-fi genre and in many ways he is its patron saint. Read morePublished on April 18, 2009 by J. Shields
'Running the Loping' has to be one of the most beautiful songs I've ever heard. No question.Published on March 9, 2008 by E. Promis
...Ah. I am a writer. I make my living describing places, people, things...and then I absorbed this album. And for perhaps the first time in my life, I am rendered speechless. Read morePublished on January 10, 2008 by Winged Heels
Bill Callahan moves to Austin, Texas, sets up in Willie Nelson's studio, and churns out this finger-picked masterpiece. Read morePublished on June 13, 2007 by Austin Kleon