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Although Greg Weeks records on four-track, the sound quality is so good that you start looking around the room for his lanky, rail-thin frame, pallid face, and searching eyes, acoustic in hand. His soft but enormously expressive voice is well suited for the confessional-hushed music he confronts you with. Yes, "confronts": This is not some make-nice folky preciousness to put on and forget. A large-scale improvement on his previous Fire in the Arms of the Sun, Weeks' voice and writing have become as mysterious and unearthly as the old prototypes he venerates, like Nick Drake and early Tim Buckley. See if the achromatic passages of austere sound, affecting songs, and immensely intimate presentation aren't worthy of favor.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Rochester, NY, native Greg Weeks' records sound like lost chamber folk treasures of the late-'60s psychedelic era. Combining finger-picked guitar, Moog, Mellotron, harmonium, and string arrangements, he creates dense, thoughtful songs reminiscent of Nick Drake, Leonard Cohen, and Tim Buckley. Weeks' first album, Fire in the Arms of the Sun, was released on New Jersey's Ba Da Bing! Records in 1999. His hushed and mysterious 2000 follow-up, Bleecker Station, put out by Keyhole Records, was an improvement...
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