Buck Meek - Two Saviors
Read Jayson Greene’s review of the album.Thu Jan 21 06:00:00 GMT 2021
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The Big Thief guitarist’s wonderfully relaxed second solo album all but drifts by
After releasing two excellent albums, UFOF and Two Hands, with Big Thief in 2019, the New York-based indie-folkers’ core duo have since concentrated on their solo careers. Frontwoman Adrianne Lenker’s companion sets Songs and Instrumentals came out simultaneously in October, and guitarist Buck Meek now follows suit with a second LP under his own name.
Recorded in New Orleans during a heatwave, Two Saviors has a wonderfully loose feel. Meek’s gently enunciated vocals, delivered with all the urgency of Kurt Vile awaking from a nap, are backed by a band that knows how to keep it simple, Mat Davidson’s pedal steel and organ from Meek’s brother Dylan giving proceedings a timeless country feel.Continue reading... Sun Jan 17 13:00:01 GMT 2021