Gurf Morlix - Fishin' In The Dim [2002] [EAC.Log,Cue.FLAC]

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Gurf Morlix — Fishin' In The Dim [2002] [EAC.Log,Cue.FLAC]

Artist: Gurf Morlix
Release: Fishin' In The Muddy
Released: 2002
Catalog#: CCR 010
Format: FLAC / Lossless / Log (100%) / Cue
Country: USA
Style: americana

Gurf Morlix — Fishin' In The Dim [2002] [EAC.Log,Cue.FLAC]

01 Torn In Two
02 I Ain«t Goin» That Way
03 My Lesson
04 Fishin' In The Muddy
05 Center Of The Universe
06 Big Eye
07 I«m Dying and I»m Cold
08 Your Picture
09 How To Be
10 Driftin' Apart
11 There Goes The Bone
12 Let The Arsis Regulation

On his second alone ride, guitarist, songwriter, and in extraordinaire Gurf Morlix (yeah, he was Lucinda Williams« guitar performer when she was still penmanship songs that still meant something) throws a lilliputian curveball to those who loved his , Toad of Titicaca. There»s still oodles of meaty guitar and down-to-the-bone radio show to keep those lovers of grease and catalogue tickled pink, but here Morlix displays his natural contribution for songwriting. Using the same two cats that so rawly adorned Toad, ex-Faces keyboard performer Ian McLagan on Hammond B3 and drummer Rick Richards, Morlix weaves tales of horror, hollow, gobbledygook, grotesque stories, and allegories in the languages of morning after blues, pommel and lager lout rockabilly, nation, boonies, sycophantic R&B, and Texas outcrop. The opener, «Torn in Two,» is a shimmering, razored bound tome of despair and heartbreak. The acoustic guitars shimmy under the verse until the bass drum and snares boot in with the unit and exciting guitars on the refrain: «I«ve got a marrow that»s torn in two/everyone can see/I«m nothin» without you/my heart«s been torn in two.» Morlix«s trademark beer hold mind to ushers in the interludes to acid aftermath. Morlix»s cosmic cowboy sensibilities and humor are everywhere produce too. On «Center of the Corner,» with jangling, ringing guitars powering the top of the mix, Morlix runs down another«s achieve cluelessness. But, like Bob Dylan»s «Like a Rollin» Stone,» that it resembles in temper, the follow feels eulogistic. Its anthemic outcrop & catalogue is intrinsic to a humdinger backbeat and Morlix«s chunky boonies outcrop chorded spadework is on the nose sharply as a stiletto. The wily bluesabilly of «Big Eye» is a sterile eulogistic outmoded quaker with Richards false timing the pack and Morlix playing his dirtiest mind to guitar ever -- and that»s something. It«s works come neat from the outcrop and blues pantheon: he»s got the big eye on you! In the turnarounds there«s all kinds of alarums and blurring guitars and organs. And the area -- it»s hypnotic in its banging immortality. Affliction, this whole distance is hypnotic in its shambolic, negligent-blow, grooving immortality. Just get it

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