Something I Saw Or Thought I Saw (CD) ~ Bill Morrissey (Artist) Cover Art

Moving Day

By: Bill Morrissey

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1   Twenty Third Street Buy Buy  
2   Harry's Last Call Buy Buy  
3   Just Before We Lost the War Buy Buy  
4   Winter Song Buy Buy  
5   Moving Day Buy Buy  
6   Buddy Bolden's Blues Buy Buy  
7   St. Valentine's Day Buy Buy  
8   Traveling By Cab Buy Buy  
9   Fix Your Hair the Way You Used To Buy Buy  
10   Judgment Day Buy Buy  
11   Mobile Buy Buy  
12   Will You Be My Rose? Buy Buy  

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Genre: Folk Music
Media Format: Compact Disk
Release Date: 3-APR-2001

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New England''s foremost narrative troubadour returns with his first collection of new material in five years (in between he''s released a 1996 novel, Edson, and the 1999 tribute album Songs of Mississippi John Hurt). Much of this song cycle recalls Bob Dylan''s Blood on the Tracks, as Morrissey applies his craggy voice and economy of detail to bittersweet themes of romantic dissolution. From the album-opening "Twenty Third Street" through "Just Before We Lost the War" and "Moving Day," he avoids regret and recrimination for a more resigned mix of fatalism and wonder, while tracing the arc of love from its aftermath. The chamber-like arrangements complement the understatement of the writing, with Morrissey''s guitar framed by piano, violin, and an occasional solo horn. "Harry''s Last Call" compresses a short story''s richness into four minutes of song, while "Will You Be My Rose?" ends the album on a note of renewal. --Don McLeese

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