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The atmosphere of 2016’s Ruminations—stripped-back, vulnerable, raw—seemed of a piece with a record marked by Conor Oberst’s convalescence in his Nebraskan hometown. So it’s a surprise to learn that the expansive full band accompaniment of this companion album actually returns those songs to their intended form. Bolstered by seven new tracks and radiating whiskey-drenched bonhomie (see the rowdy honky tonk of “Napalm”), Salutations thrillingly trades isolation for the cathartic communion of friends crowded around a piano.

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Always amazing :0)

After only hearing the 3 songs up.. I already know i’m in love with the album. Conor Oberst is probably the only artist i’ve ever listened to, that I could listen to each song from every album.

So it's rough around the edges

It wouldn't be Oberst if it wasn't. Great sister album to the brilliant Ruminations, and great record in itself.


Conor's music is so real. This album is a great re work of the sparse recordings of Ruminations. The new songs are also great! The Felice Brothers are great here backing him up! Very talented!


Born: February 15, 1980 in Omaha, NE

Genre: Alternative

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

With his trembling voice, acoustic guitar, and confessional approach to songwriting, Conor Oberst played an important role in shaping the lighter, intimate side of indie rock during the late '90s and beyond. His main project was Bright Eyes, an eclectic group of rotating musicians that vacillated between pop, folk, electronica, and country-rock. Although Oberst remained at the center of that band, he also logged time in a number of other outfits, including Commander Venus, the Magentas, Park Ave.,...
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