The Village Label
Vinyl LP with Damaged Cover
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"I love songs and I love lyrics," Doug Keith states. "I don't believe in throwaway songs, and I don't believe that the single is the future. I love albums, and I love it when an artist or band thinks of an album as the thing itself, not just the vehicle for one or two songs."
The New York singer/songwriter/guitarist more than lives up to those principles on The Lucky Ones, his second album under his own name. The 11-song collection, on his co-owned independent The Village Label, demonstrates Keith's uncanny knack for capturing vividly intimate emotional truths in song. Keith weaves those truths into understatedly eloquent songs, which he delivers with a weathered, expressive voice, nimble, blues-rooted guitar work and organically layered arrangements that effortlessly convey the emotional immediacy of his compositions.
|1. We Left Everything||2. The Lucky Ones||3. Maria Del Bosco||4. The Lowest Low||5. The Echo Will Fade||6. Don't Let Your Darkness Overtake You||7. Skip James Radio||8. On the Kid & the Days||9. Arms Heavy||10. Come Back Become||11. Just the Coming home|