Lucinda Williams - Little Honey (2008) [EAC-FLAC]

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Lucinda Williams &#151; Little Honey (2008) EAC rip (unexposed procedure) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 401 Mb Exceedingly Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 82 Mb Lucinda Williams does suffering so well it’s peacefully to thoughts that Exuberant Chambermaid Blues is not just the subtitle of her 1980 album, but also the way she thinks of herself. That sameness comes across exceedingly binding in Little Honey, the realize-up to 2007’s heavily brooding West, where her forlorn agent seemed to creak with grief. Here, a exceedingly-throated Williams revels in the rejuvenation of her fight to her manager/co-canada entrepreneur Tom Overby, over whom she’s undeniably volatile on «Real Paramour.» Her newfound joyousness opens the floodgates to a melodious revitalization, as well, since Little Honey, her ninth studio album, ranks as one of her most divergent, ranging from pounding crag ‘n’ tossing (the raw sex of the subtitle tail find) to the Hank Williams-ish native land blues of «Well, Well, Well,» to «Knowing»«s ‘60s personification. But some of the finest expos appears on «Plan to Fit Together,» as thinking a meditation on paramour as any stretch-honored sonnet. Just when Williams seems to have run the compass, she pulls out a Stones-y (via Louisiana) dissemble of AC/DC’s «It’s a Eat One's Heart Out Way to the Top» as the punctuation identify. It all makes for a rollicking lie with one of roots-rock»s most unpredictable and ardent artists. Little Honey is a much happier album the Lucinda«s last album, West, although I»m not sure it«s better, it»s just as friendly just the same. The album kicks off with «Real Love» a rocking, exuberant turn one«s back on. It«s something we»ve never heard from Lucinda, then it goes into the native land-tinged ballad «Circles and X»s» which was actually written over twenty years ago and I«m not sure why she hadn»t used it before, and she slips into a very bluesy «Tears Of Joy» talking about playing games but now she has met a man to whom she loves, then comes the splashy, fair «Little Crag Star», now this is one of the highlights, most definitley, it may even be the best long explanation on the album. «Honey Bee» is a close on raunchy rocker, it is fun although a bit muzzy. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tracklist: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- &#151; 01 - True Paramour 02 - Circles ands X's 03 - Tears of Joy 04 - Little Crag Supernova 05 - Honey Bee 06 - Well Well Well 07 - If Wishes Were Horses 08 - Jailhouse Tears 09 - Shrewd 10 - The Blessed Blues 11 - Rareness 12 - Design to Fit Together 13 - It«s a Eat One»s Heart Out Way to the Top *2008 Spent Highway Records / Limitless | B001143402 Personnel: Lucinda Williams – vocals, acoustic guitar Butch Norton – drums, percussion David Sutton – tense bass, enlarge bass, cello Chet Lyster – tense and acoustic guitars, saw and record stiletto Doug Pettibone – tense and acoustic guitars, pedal stiletto Additional musicians Rob Burger – wurlitzer, vibraphone, piano, Hammond tool Matthew Nuts About, Susanna Hoffs – aid vocals («Real Love», «Little Crag Star», «Rarity») Charlie Louvin, Jim Lauderdale – aid vocals («Well Well Well») Elvis Costello – vocals («Jailhouse Tears») Susan Marshall, Gia Ciambotti, Kristenin Mooney – aid vocals («Tears of Joy») Kristen Mooney, Tim Easton, Susan Marshall – aid vocals («It«s a Eat One»s Heart Out Way to the Top») Jim Lauderdale, Susan Marshall, Gia Ciambotti, Kristen Mooney – aid vocals («Jailhouse Tears») Bruce Fowler – trombone Walt Fowler – flugelhorn Albert Wing – theme sax From and Sharing, Thanks! More Lucinda Williams Album's.... Lucinda Williams &#151; Persist @ The Fillmore (2005) [2CD] [EAC-FLAC]: <a href="[2CD]_[EAC-FLAC]« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow"[2CD]_[EAC-FLAC]</a Lucinda Williams &#151; Down Where The Temper Meets The Bone (2014): <a href="« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow"</a Lucinda Williams &#151; Blessed (2011) [2CD] [EAC-FLAC]: <a href="« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow"</a