8 thoughts on “ Gone From Me - Twenty-One Crows - Sons Of Liberty (Vinyl, LP, Album, Album) ”
By entering with the lo-fi, politically sharp "God Bless This Mess," Crow recalls the pensive songstress-next-door of her debut. But she's grown more world-aware over the years, taking on not only bad love but also the big bad world ("Shine Over Babylon") and her bout with cancer ("Make It Go Away").
Sons Of Liberty by Twenty-One Crows, released 14 November 1. Sons Of Liberty 2. A Night In The Life 3. A Tale Of High Wood 4. Gone From Me 5. Lament For J. Peel 6. Guantanamo Blues 7. Ariel 8. I Am Not Afraid 'Excellent debut' **** Uncut magazine 'Twenty-one Crows sound is big and their songs portentous.' ****R2 magazine 'giving a sonic warning to a world that just won’t listen.
This be ‘the shores of Australia’ a track, one of three in fact, featured on a limited lathe release pressed up by the rpm folk and imminent through endless by Twenty One Crows. It’s something that’s sure to ring an adoring nod from those of you admiring the much missed Hobby Horse imprint blessed as it is with a richly beguiling.
Save me From this season's dead air Take me Blind naked scared Want you to burn me, burn me baby Cover your eyes with my ashes C'mon why don't you pray for me Sit back and watch my divine spark flash [Chorus:] Gone Good riddance I'm gone Gone in a wasted way Wasted my way I'm gone.