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Particular, elusive yet familiar

Callahan's songs and style, like those of other talented people (if previous reviewer is more talented than Callahan, I'd like to meet her), take time to get to know. The simple honesty of the lyrics can be mistaken for plain old simplicity upon first listen. The arrangements are also paradoxical, complex yet child-like. The music is almost embarassingly direct, yet instantly inviting, sung in open prose in a bass violin-like voice. This album is decidedly darker than Woke on a Whaleheart, yet tempered with his customary hope and wonder. And, like Whaleheart, it is build like a novel; at the end you've been taken somewhere.

Jim Cain

Stephen Thompson, from NPR Music suggested that these songs "plant themselves in your brain, [and] lay eggs..." Callahan's music has this enigmatic ability. After listening to this record, you will find yourself unconciously mumbling the half-remembered words and music as you go through your day - walking about, in the restroom...whenever your mind is free to wander.

This record isn't great or perfect by any means, in fact there a songs that are almost embarassingly awkward - making you wonder, "what was he thinking?" etc. However, the opening track, "Jim Cain" is among his finest works, second only to "Palimpsest" from "A River Ain't Too Much to Love."

"Jim Cain" alone is reason to pick up this record. It will knock you out - easily, my favorite song of the year.


This album is absolutley amazing. Eid Ma Clack Shaw is perphaps the greatest lyrical song I have ever heard!

Sometimes I Wish We Were an Eagle, Bill Callahan
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