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Petracovich:Crepusculo - Nothing Less Than Grand.

Petracovich’s third album, Crepusculo finds the folk-pop songstress, (Jessica Peters), emerging from her electro sheen to embrace an organic sound more direct, spontaneous and open than any of her previous releases. And while this represents a significant stylistic shift, her restrained artful approach is still firmly intact as is her fascination with sonic textures and poetic but unadorned lyrical content. The result is an artfully crafted, buoyant collections of songs anchored by an emotional depth and honestly that is nothing less then grand. The immediacy of the album’s sound was forged during a month of recording and mixing at Type Foundry in Portland, OR with John Askew, (the Dodos, Glen Philips), at the helm. The Foundry’s antiquated architecture, analog equipment and large sound rooms proved the perfect match for Peter’s tactile sound-scapes. Creaking parlor pianos, wooden floors shifting with the kick drum and the whir of the harmonium bellows all become atmospheric backdrop to the piano centered arrangements. In this space, Peter’s poignant and tender vocals find their home and her delivery is all the more devastating in its reserve as she offers up vignettes about fatherless children, traffic filled freeways, abandoned hotels, arrests at gun point and a love affair with her own heart. Musically Peters navigates the boundary waters synthesizing a long list of influences – from Rick Ruben’s work with Johnny Cash, the songwriting of Leonard Cohen, Damion Jarado and Aimee Mann, and the instrumentation of Sufjan Stevens, Ray Charles and Sam Beam , to the poetry of Mary Oliver, Sylvia Plath, and the Buddhist monk Tic Nat Hahn, to the natural world she finds in her own back yard and in the state parks near her home. She is a collector of stories, images, metaphor and emotion. And Crepuscolo gives use the most intimate tour of her collection to date. Highly Recommended!


With this collection of moods and lyrics, edginess and tenderness, Petracovich seems to have come into her own with grace and dignity and her feet planted solidly on the ground. I love the album. Each song has a story or experience behind it. Layers of music are developed and woven with musicality and finesse. I especially enjoy The Boy Who Was Caught, because it captures my curiosity. It incites me to wonder what his story is.

Like a Good Buddy

These are poetic, diverse, wonderfully performed songs with depth, each telling its own story. I drove around in my car with this CD playing for two weeks. Crespusculo is one of those albums that's like a good buddy to have around. With each listen, you'll love the songs more.

Crepusculo, Petracovich
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