Forever Endeavour

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Artist: Ron Sexsmith
Release: Forever Endeavour
Discogs: 4247842
Released: 2013-02-01
Label: Cooking Vinyl
Catalog#: COOKCD577
Format: FLAC / Lossless / Log (100%) / Cue / CD
Country: Europe
Style: Rock, Indie Rock
Tracklisting:
01. Nowhere To Go
02. Nowhere Is
03. If Only Avenue
04. Snake Road
05. Blind Eye
06. Lost In Thought
07. Sneak Out The Back Door
08. Back Of My Hand
09. Deepens With Time
10. Me Myself And Wine
11. She Does My Heart Good
12. The Morning Light
Bonus Tracks
13. Life After A Broken Heart
14. Autumn Light
Ron Sexsmith is in a difficult spot: Despite his well-structured pop songs and praise from the likes of Elvis Costello and Paul McCartney, his music has been confined to critical darling status. It’s a shame, because Sexsmith’s music comprises orchestral, Brian Wilson-esque love odes at times, and at others, contemplative, Sea Change-era Beck tunes. His newest album, Forever Endeavour, fuses those elements into an album of tightly-packed pop goodness.
Sexsmith is at his best when he doesn’t try to do too much. Songs like the jaunty “Nowhere Is” and the slow-rolling “Lost in Thoughts” are simple country-folk structures that showcase Sexsmith’s old soul vocoal with rising and falling strings and slide guitars. The latter track could easily be a ’70s Leonard Cohen cut (who’s another strong supporter of Sexsmith), gliding over the ears like a sea breeze.
“Sneak Out the Back Door” lets Sexsmith’s words take front and center — just him and his guitar. He tells the story of a relationship falling apart and how he’s “never been good at saying good-bye” so he’s just going to “sneak out the back door.” The old sad-words-over-jolly-melody trick works fantastically— especially at the end, when he sings, “When my life is over / gonna sneak out the back door / Hadn’t much of a Midas touch / No luck for sure / Give my regards to the people in charge / As I sneak out the back door.”
The few missteps on the album are the too-pristine “Back of My Hand” and the forced Dixieland stomp of “Me Myself and Wine,” The production and extraneous instruments make the songs sound overwrought, particularly the horns on the latter. Overall, though, the album is crisp and straightforward, making Forever Endeavor a big step toward Sexsmith gaining household-name status.dickthespic.org
						
Forever Endeavour/01 - Nowhere To Go.flac 18.528 MB
Forever Endeavour/02 - Nowhere Is.flac 20.542 MB
Forever Endeavour/03 - If Only Avenue.flac 18.427 MB
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