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This excellent four-song EP adds more fuel to the suspicion that M. Ward is one of the smartest, most talented, and most appealing singer/songwriters of the early 2000s. The title cut is the feature, a revamped, near-majestic reading of Daniel Johnston's "To Go Home," featuring alt country royalty Neko Case. The album's other tracks — the lazy country honk of "Cosmopolitan Pap," the hazy, melancholic piano ballad of "Human Punching Bag," and a cover of Jimmy Dale Gilmore's "Headed for a Fall" (also featuring Case) — are equally wonderful. A worthy purchase for fans and newcomers alike, To Go Home is a little gem of an EP., Rovi

Biography

Born: 1974 in Ventura County, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Portland, Oregon-based singer/songwriter M. Ward (born Matthew Stephen Ward) grew up listening to gospel and country, two genres that figure prominently in his breezy, West Coast take on Americana. After a six-year stint with the folk-rock trio Rodriguez, Ward began sketching out songs deeply rooted in the classic traditions of American country-folk. Ward's first solo effort came in the form of Duet for Guitars #2, which was written and recorded while he was living between Chicago and various locales...
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