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|1.||"Oh My God" (4:03)|
|2.||"No Halo" (3:05)|
|3.||"Nothing Sacred/All Things Wild" (3:31)|
|4.||"OMG Rock & Roll" (2:30)|
|1.||"Seven Devils" (3:55)|
|2.||"Hail Mary" (5:38)|
|3.||"Piss River" (5:20)|
|2.||"Storm (Beneath The Weather)" (1:19)|
|4.||"I Want To Be Clean" (3:28)|
|1.||"Sing A Glad Song" (4:21)|
|2.||"Ballad Of Faye" (2:21)|
|3.||"O Behold" (3:37)|
Before we get to his solo career credentials, it's a good thing to know something of Kevin Morby's background first. The American singer-songwriter has counted himself as the bassist in the Brooklyn outfit Woods and was frontman of The Babies before that. This deluxe blue vinyl release of Oh My God delivers Morby a fifth solo studio album since his Harlem River debut in 2013 and the versatility of his styles and inspirations seem to be hitting a new high, given the sometimes bluesy substance of his lyrics. Often where Morby's voice hits a sweet spot, subtle humming attenuations caress his deeper notations, all coated in a slight smokey haze similar to Bob Dylan (of now) and the late Leonard Cohen. Throw this into a mix of light distortion, piano ballads and theatrical big band techniques, it's in Kevin Morby we trust.
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