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Trent Dabbs - The Way We Look at Horses (2013)

13-02-2014, 17:09
Folk | Indie

Trent Dabbs - The Way We Look at Horses (2013)

Artist: Trent Dabbs
Title Of Album: The Way We Look at Horses
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Ready Set Records
Genre: Singer-Songwriter, Indie Folk
Quality: AAC 256 Kbps
Total Time: 40:05 min
Total Size: 100 MB


01 The Way We Look at Horses
02 She's My Destination
03 Mountain Song
04 The Last of Its Kind
05 Midnight Walls
06 Confetti Girl
07 A Thousand Nights
08 Time Decides
09 Start Tomorrow
10 Natural Causes

We hadn't heard the term "equine therapy" before but the idea of horses providing some kind of spiritual force for emotional healing is at the heart of Trent Dabb's eighth solo album, appropriately titled The Way We Look At Horses (November 5, Ready Set Records). "Many of the themes throughout this album deal with death, love, making a change and the patterns that we've adopted to help us deal with difficult times,” Dabbs explains. “I love the image of the horse, being strong and steady and using them as a formidable metaphor to get us through.” Produced by Jeremy Bose, who also produced Dabb's 2011 Southerner, Horses once again finds Dabbs crafting a solid collection of folk/pop tunes framed in the context of his Mississippi roots and current Nashville surroundings. Lead track "Mountain Song" gleams with a nice mix of country/rock jangle and ethereal rural dream/pop, chiming guitar lines running parallel to rich keyboard fills and Dabbs' dusty, eerily reverbed vocals.

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