When I see a quote like this about a musician, I take notice.
"The album takes on the aura of a David Lynch flick situated in the middle of a West Texas dance hall. [It} approaches a condition of Old Testament-style gloom and doom." Harp MagazineThe album lives up to that quote, noirish, dark and theatrically haunting the songs linger long in your mind like snippets of seductive dreams.
His voice, alluring and just a little bit sinister, evinces his influences ranging from Leonard Cohen, Lee Hazlewood, the Gun Club, the Stranglers and Nick Cave.
2 I Study Horses
3 Your Wild West
4 The Throes of Love
5 Your Avenue
6 Burn the Shrine
7 The Last Breath of Her Lullaby
8 Summer in Your Eyes