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Album Review

Carl Broemel's solo follow-up to 2010's All Birds Say arrives after a six-year interim that included two albums with the guitarist's band My Morning Jacket, as well as several guest spots on albums such as Beck's Song Reader and Neko Case's The Worse Things Get… Relaxed and reflective, 4th of July provides a fine soundtrack for the lazy days of summer, with more than just the ten-minute title track referencing the American holiday. Elegant steel and acoustic guitar set the tone for the album, though there are plenty of other contributors, including organ, drums, and well-curated pedal effects.

Customer Reviews

Excellent!

Sleepy Lagoon is beautiful! Can't wait for the rest of the album!

Nice

This kinda reminds me of Father John Misty and I love it

Biography

Born: January 30, 1974 in Indiana

Genre: Alternative

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

Although mostly known for his work with My Morning Jacket, Carl Broemel became an in-demand guitarist during the early 2000s, appearing on albums by everyone from Delta Spirit to Bobby Bare, Jr. He also launched a solo career with All Birds Say, an eclectic alt-country album released in 2010. Broemel was raised in Indianapolis and later attended Indiana University, where he studied classical guitar and played with an alt-country band named Old Pike. The group opened for Ben Folds Five in 1997 and...
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