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Junkyard Hearts

Joseph Arthur

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Finally

10 years after releasing these as EP's at gigs, they get a proper full release. These are fun tracks, that showed what direction Mr Arthur was taken at the time of his soon to be released "Redemption Son" record. Few duff tracks, but some outstanding material that is up there with his greatest songs.... Termite Song, Bill Wilson, Space Needle, Voice will fight (In the Night on Redemption Son) are my personal favourites. Nice to see these available again... they were very hard to find at one point. I would say, Redemption Son, Nuclear Daydream and Come to Where Im from are the best records to try first... but defo some excellent tracks on here

Biography

Born: 28 September 1971 in Akron, OH

Genre: Rock

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

Ohio native Joseph Arthur was discovered by Peter Gabriel, who signed the folk-rock songwriter to Real World Records in the mid-'90s. Arthur's debut, Big City Secrets, was released in 1997 and went fairly unnoticed, despite an eclectic, brooding sound influenced by the likes of Leonard Cohen, Joe Henry, and the late Jeff Buckley. Gabriel influenced Arthur's music, too, exposing his songwriting to a global palette, roping him into Gabriel's annual WOMAD shows, and giving him a roster of fellow labelmates...
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