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LP5

John Moreland

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A powerful but discreet voice of the Americana music genre: John Moreland is above all a composer sure of his own words, with aesthetic melodies and touching inflections galore. This fifth album from the Oklahoma songwriter, the suitably named LP5 is a new exercise in roots, rural folk, soft rocky country, blues and soul. The early years of Springsteen or Steve Earle are often not too far away. Moreland displays an original level of vulnerability when intimately exploring the theme of confession on LP5, which was directed by drummer/producer Matt Pence. The emotional depth of his singing, just like the sincerity of his words only highlight his melancholy and even his solitude. There aren’t many laughs but there’s certainly a lot of resonance on this beautiful album which projects a comfy sonic image. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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1
Harder Dreams
00:04:23

Matt Pence, Producer - John Moreland, MainArtist

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2
A Thought is Just a Passing Train
00:05:24

Matt Pence, Producer - John Moreland, MainArtist

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3
East October
00:03:45

Matt Pence, Producer - John Moreland, MainArtist

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4
I’m Learning How to Tell Myself the Truth
00:03:18

Matt Pence, Producer - John Moreland, MainArtist

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Two Stars
00:01:21

Matt Pence, Producer - John Moreland, MainArtist

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Terrestrial
00:04:19

Matt Pence, Producer - John Moreland, MainArtist

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In Times Between
00:03:18

Matt Pence, Producer - John Moreland, MainArtist

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When My Fever Breaks
00:03:41

Matt Pence, Producer - John Moreland, MainArtist

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I Always Let You Burn Me to the Ground
00:04:35

Matt Pence, Producer - John Moreland, MainArtist

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For Ichiro
00:01:42

Matt Pence, Producer - John Moreland, MainArtist

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Let Me Be Understood
00:05:11

Matt Pence, Producer - John Moreland, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Old Omens marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers (P) 2020 Old Omens marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers

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A powerful but discreet voice of the Americana music genre: John Moreland is above all a composer sure of his own words, with aesthetic melodies and touching inflections galore. This fifth album from the Oklahoma songwriter, the suitably named LP5 is a new exercise in roots, rural folk, soft rocky country, blues and soul. The early years of Springsteen or Steve Earle are often not too far away. Moreland displays an original level of vulnerability when intimately exploring the theme of confession on LP5, which was directed by drummer/producer Matt Pence. The emotional depth of his singing, just like the sincerity of his words only highlight his melancholy and even his solitude. There aren’t many laughs but there’s certainly a lot of resonance on this beautiful album which projects a comfy sonic image. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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