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Great Album

Found this album through an imix and its really great. Its soulful, provocative, and intense without being preachy. Give it a try, it does not disappoint.

Remarkable Album

For fans of Bright Eyes, Tom Waits, and/or Leonard Cohen, I would definitely suggest Richard McGraw. The songs accurately capture the struggles, hopes and joys of everyday life in the most original and insightful expressions. Not to mention, the instrumentation is extraordinarily professional. If you are feeling chipper, try "Natasha in High School". If you are feeling reflective, try "The Masses and the Craftsmen" or "Butter Hill". If you are angry, "Death is Not Peace". If depressed and seeking comfort, "Find Me Then". Once you find that first connection, the rest of Richard McGraw's world will open up.

DIY Top 12 Picks: July/August 2006 -Performing Songwriter Magazine

The mournful “Butter Hill” kicks off the latest release from Richard McGraw. With a voice that’s part Lyle Lovett, part Tom Waits, McGraw tells us how “Truth is a light that I could not handle / With my can of Hamm’s I started that ritual.” Hammond organ and a slow, backbeat-heavy snare keep the time. The record is a true masterpiece, and each song sheds light on a different aspect of the human element. McGraw boldly romps through the piano-laden, teenage angst of “Natasha in High School” (“I dream of Natasha in high school, and all the blood flows to my head / Filled with all the stupid things I said”). He folds his hands over the whispered prayer of “Find Me Then” (“What life is left for me / In the love of my country and the hate of its men?”). He cries above the apocolyptic electric guitars in “Death Is Not Peace.” There’s a sense of tortured darkness on Song and Void, but McGraw expertly navigates the waters of our communal subconscious, showing us the beauty in even our bleakest moments.

Song & Void Vol. 1, Richard McGraw
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