Box Of Stones

by Curtis Harvey on FatCat Records

Released 22/06/2009

From the first, Curtis Harvey’s solo debut, Box Of Stones, reveals itself as quite a departure for the man best known until now as the prodigious multi-instrumentalist behind Rex and Pullman, among others. While Harvey is loath to cite specific musical inspiration for his first solo outing, he admits that his first exposure to live music was an aunt and uncle’s bluegrass duo, and that records from the likes of the Carter Family and Bill Monroe, as well as contemporary neotraditionalist Gillian Welch, get a lot of airtime in his house.

Box Of Stones certainly pledges allegiance to the acoustic-folk mode and embraces traditional song structures, but stylistic permutations shine throughout: from dark campfire sing-along “Seen,” to bright, Fahey-esque instrumental “Nod,” to the driving carnival blues of album closer “Bad Patch.”

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Tracklist

  1. Seen
  2. Words
  3. Bag Of Seeds
  4. Nod
  5. Across The Sea
  6. Medicine
  7. March Into The Sun
  8. Joking
  9. On Top
  10. Bad Patch
  11. Oldertoo
  12. Borrowed Time

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