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|1. Needle And Thread|
|2. I'll Never Give It Up|
|3. Take Care The Road You Choose|
|4. Mr. Stupid|
|5. Dad's Gonna Kill Me|
|7. Bad Monkey|
|9. Too Late To Come Fishing|
|10. Sneaky Boy|
|11. She Sang Angels To Rest|
|12. Johnny's Far Away|
|13. Guns Are The Tongues|
|14. Sunset Song|
In my opinion, this album will stand with RT's all-time bests.
"Sweet Warrior" marks a return to fully realized compositions, with full band accompaniment and what is by now a predictably stunning degree of songwriting prowess.
All what should be there is there: some great songs, great electric guitar playing, and I think he has really found a great singing voice on past couple outings.
This turned out to be a great gift for my husband.....he had heard one of the songs on the CD on a t.v. show, so I knew he's love it~and he did. Thanks.Published on February 13, 2013 by Elizabeth Otero
Richard Thompson is always good. Have listened to his style of music for years after having heard him in person years ago. His guitar is good. Read morePublished on December 28, 2012 by R. Stephenson
I bought this CD to get a copy of one song, Dads Gonna Kill Me. heard the song on the TV show S.O.A. and had to have a copy in my mucis library. Read morePublished on December 9, 2012 by West Coast Scofflaw
Very uptempo for the discriminating taste. Has a full sound with heart, with a tempo which keeps the ear trained expecting the melody to continue. Read morePublished on April 26, 2012 by McEldoy
I've been a Richard Thompson fan since his Fairport Convention days, but somehow I missed this cd until I purchased it in the Spring of 2011. Read morePublished on April 19, 2012 by bill w.
Had not heard this musician before. Not what I expected, but I still have this CD and listen every once-in-awhile. Not my usual cup of tea, but I like it.Published on January 6, 2012 by Sheryl
I used to think that Bob Dylan wrote my life, and haven't changed in that feeling, but I had not heard of Richard Thompson. Read morePublished on July 23, 2011 by Robert E. Nelson