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  • Audio CD (June 1, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: gl.ho
  • ASIN: B003BKZYQQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,744,477 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This is my third favorite Wovenhand album so far.
mikezdc
If he's anything he's predictable in being unpredictable, and through all of that always excellent.
Jonathon M. Rose
So David,, I appreciate your message and your art, but please give me a song to sing!
Dwight Buhler

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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Jonathon M. Rose on September 15, 2010
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This is simply a fantastic album. I got into Wovenhand (and by extension 16HP) when I got "Consider the Birds" a year or so ago, and in the process became enthralled and engrossed by pretty much everything that Edwards has put out. If he's anything he's predictable in being unpredictable, and through all of that always excellent. "Ten Stones" (the last album) was a departure from previous albums, more rock oriented, lighter in tone, and while good I think the weakest album in the Wovenhand catalogue. I saw Wovenhand on the tour supporting that album, and they were the best band I've ever seen live, and by far the most intense, quite impressive considering that Edwards spends the entire show sitting on a stool, but the man brings an intensity and sincerity that is almost scary. A thing I noticed at the show was that the music was typically "heavier" than on the albums. That sound continued on this new album, but within it comes layers of complex sounds and experimental workings, you'll hear Middle Eastern sounds along with American Indian, all woven together within a fabric of smoke filled Americana and driving rock, and Edwards unique voice holding it all together. You can't speak of his work without bringing his lyrics into it, and as always he delivers (although it would have been nice to have had a lyric booklet included) Edwards makes no apologies of his faith, and he deals with it with both praise for his God, and also with the very human man fighting for his soul, this is soul shredding and throwing on the floor in honor and wonder music folks, no mindless praise chorus's here. This fact will probably always be a detractor for some people. Don't let it be, you're an idiot if you let it get in your way.Read more ›
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Carl W. Sedon on June 25, 2010
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On the heels of his other releases from his current incarnation and cleverly employing a member of his former band 16 Horsepower, Edwards creates a visceral gem. Tied to his roots and yet pushing the inner landscape, Edwards offers a glimpse of what makes him tick and we are better for it. The grinding power of the later Horsepower is quiet but the beautiful dissonance is ever present. Hats off to Mr. Edwards for some intense late night wanderings.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. A. Rawlins on December 9, 2011
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A friend of mine back in Denver sent a copy of Wovenhands Mosaic to me and it blew my mind, being a fan of brooding textures in music this was very welcome. Then I went out to discover all of his other music including 16 Horsepower. This new recording does not disappoint. Wovenhand continues to create hauntingly rich musical tapestries which conjure up vivid landscapes in your mind that go well with the lyrical aspect of it. The Threshing floor has a rustic out on the plains in the mountains feel where everything is a bit more clear, as if the music is kind of reflecting that reality. DEE reminds me of a wise prophet who comes up out of the desert to tell us what he knows or what he`s found and wants us to know as well. Well anyway buy the cd or mp3 its a great recording.
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generally not a fan of this type of music, yet i can't stop listening to Wovenhand's version of this genre. i could listen to the song The Threshingfloor over and over again on repeat. oh, and the New Order cover is better than the original, by far
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