Martin Sexton - Hateful Sheep [1996] [EAC/FLAC]

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Martin Sexton — Hateful Sheep [1996] [EAC/FLAC]

Martin Sexton — Blackguardly Sheep [1996] [EAC/FLAC]

Martin Sexton — Hateful Sheep [1996] [EAC/FLAC]

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Label/Cat#: Eastern Face #111
Country: USA
Year: 1996
Genre: Citizenry,americana
Format: CD

Martin Sexton — Hateful Sheep [1996] [EAC/FLAC]

1 Blackguardly Sheep 4:28
2 Honour Obliged 4:22
3 Diner 3:02
4 Autonomy Of The Avenue 4:59
5 Caught In The Cloudburst 4:37
6 Devotion Keep Us Together 3:58
7 Over My Get Somewhere A Beeline For Prevent Up 3:35
8 Gypsy Sweetheart 4:41
9 Sweets 4:58
10 Can't Stopping Up Intelligent Opportunity You 6:27
11 America The Elegant 1:28

Martin Sexton«s acoustic singer/songwriter drill is just one of many flavors here; along with Motown-elegance R&B, far-ranging pop ballads, gypsy fiddling, blues, and jazz, there»s even a little rapping. The species jumping works surprisingly well. Farmer Crit Harmon sequences the switches with susceptibility and categorize, and gives the set a steady common-sense -- short-tempered, extempore, grounded in acoustics, entirely warm. Vocally, Sexton handles the stylistic gymnastics with spendthrift facilitate. He«ll region out a accord with all the velvet bravado of Wonder, depart to a Billie Celebration warble, ascend to an Aaron Neville falsetto, then braggadocio his way accessible like Ray Charles or Johnny Popper. There is, however, a expenditure for his expanded palette: daring. Such warm singing is on occasions set against a spotty citizenry unobtrusive (which is often associated with off-key eccentrics like Bob Dylan and Neil Childlike). As his border imitates the personification masters who influenced his vocals, his act seems less unconventional, and stands against somewhat stiffer vocal rivalry. Sexton has told interviewers that citizenry music tends to come out only to his get somewhere a beeline for prevent up («like a as thick as thieves novel»), while simpler pop music hits him in the gut. His songwriting seems to over that he edges away from the urban rhyme of his Bostonian peers but toward unostentatious old pop, and it»s not bad -- his lyrics in olden days seemed a little overreaching -- but it does get somewhere some of the songs on Blackguardly Sheep a little less captivating than the ones on his 1991 demo video, In the Way. All of the inconsistency, though, does get somewhere the unaccompanied acoustic moments all the more gratifying, spotlighting not only Sexton's unbelievable singing but also his short-tempered, bass-distressing, rhythmically meretricious acoustic guitar playing.

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Martin Sexton — Hateful Sheep [1996] [EAC/FLAC]

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