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Vintage Guitar Magazine

444 East Courtland Street

Mundelein, Illinois 60060

United States

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VINTAGE GUITARĀ® is the monthly publication devoted to vintage guitars and other stringed instruments. We accept any news or information on any related subject. We are not responsible for errors in advertising beyond the cost of the space occupied by the e ... more

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Lincoln Durham The ...

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Lincoln Durham The Shovel vs. The Howling Bones

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Lincoln Durham Minimalist begins to describe Durham's music and approach, but it doesn't capture everything that is involved. All 11 of the songs here feature pretty much some form of guitar and percussion and not much else. Yes, there is a piano on the folk-country ballad "Clementine" and the occasional mandolin and ?ddle, but it's a six-string show here.
That starts with the opening cut, "Drifting Wood" where Durham and Derek O'Brien trade simple acoustic licks that combine to sound like a droning single guitar at times. With that interaction, throaty vocal, and dark lyric, the song sets the intense tone for what's to come.
There's a certain sameness to the songs, but that never detracts from the overall quality of the record. The big beat and intertwining guitars of the aforementioned opener are the basis of other songs, including "Living This Hard," which features distorted electric guitar and an ending that is pure feedback - the exact ending the modern-day work song needs. Durham's hypnotic, repeating acoustic bass ?gure is the focal point for "Mud Puddles," which proves you don't need an electric guitar to make the blues sound big and tough. Durham's funky electric, harp, and lyric that name-checks several blues legends make "Reckoning Lament" one of the album's most interesting cuts. To switch things up, Durham adds ?ddle to "Mud Puddles," and his Wooden Cone Resonator guitar is a key part of the folky blues of "People On The Land."


Lincoln Durham The ...

www.vintageguitar.com [cached]

Lincoln Durham The Shovel vs. The Howling Bones

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Lincoln Durham Minimalist begins to describe Durham's music and approach, but it doesn't capture everything that is involved. All 11 of the songs here feature pretty much some form of guitar and percussion and not much else. Yes, there is a piano on the folk-country ballad "Clementine" and the occasional mandolin and ?ddle, but it's a six-string show here.
That starts with the opening cut, "Drifting Wood" where Durham and Derek O'Brien trade simple acoustic licks that combine to sound like a droning single guitar at times. With that interaction, throaty vocal, and dark lyric, the song sets the intense tone for what's to come.
There's a certain sameness to the songs, but that never detracts from the overall quality of the record. The big beat and intertwining guitars of the aforementioned opener are the basis of other songs, including "Living This Hard," which features distorted electric guitar and an ending that is pure feedback - the exact ending the modern-day work song needs. Durham's hypnotic, repeating acoustic bass ?gure is the focal point for "Mud Puddles," which proves you don't need an electric guitar to make the blues sound big and tough. Durham's funky electric, harp, and lyric that name-checks several blues legends make "Reckoning Lament" one of the album's most interesting cuts. To switch things up, Durham adds ?ddle to "Mud Puddles," and his Wooden Cone Resonator guitar is a key part of the folky blues of "People On The Land."


Lincoln Durham The ...

www.vintageguitar.com [cached]

Lincoln Durham The Shovel vs. The Howling Bones

...
Lincoln Durham Minimalist begins to describe Durham's music and approach, but it doesn't capture everything that is involved. All 11 of the songs here feature pretty much some form of guitar and percussion and not much else. Yes, there is a piano on the folk-country ballad "Clementine" and the occasional mandolin and ?ddle, but it's a six-string show here.
That starts with the opening cut, "Drifting Wood" where Durham and Derek O'Brien trade simple acoustic licks that combine to sound like a droning single guitar at times. With that interaction, throaty vocal, and dark lyric, the song sets the intense tone for what's to come.
There's a certain sameness to the songs, but that never detracts from the overall quality of the record. The big beat and intertwining guitars of the aforementioned opener are the basis of other songs, including "Living This Hard," which features distorted electric guitar and an ending that is pure feedback - the exact ending the modern-day work song needs. Durham's hypnotic, repeating acoustic bass ?gure is the focal point for "Mud Puddles," which proves you don't need an electric guitar to make the blues sound big and tough. Durham's funky electric, harp, and lyric that name-checks several blues legends make "Reckoning Lament" one of the album's most interesting cuts. To switch things up, Durham adds ?ddle to "Mud Puddles," and his Wooden Cone Resonator guitar is a key part of the folky blues of "People On The Land."


Lincoln Durham The ...

www.vintageguitar.com [cached]

Lincoln Durham The Shovel vs. The Howling Bones

...
Lincoln Durham Minimalist begins to describe Durham's music and approach, but it doesn't capture everything that is involved. All 11 of the songs here feature pretty much some form of guitar and percussion and not much else. Yes, there is a piano on the folk-country ballad "Clementine" and the occasional mandolin and ?ddle, but it's a six-string show here.
That starts with the opening cut, "Drifting Wood" where Durham and Derek O'Brien trade simple acoustic licks that combine to sound like a droning single guitar at times. With that interaction, throaty vocal, and dark lyric, the song sets the intense tone for what's to come.
There's a certain sameness to the songs, but that never detracts from the overall quality of the record. The big beat and intertwining guitars of the aforementioned opener are the basis of other songs, including "Living This Hard," which features distorted electric guitar and an ending that is pure feedback - the exact ending the modern-day work song needs. Durham's hypnotic, repeating acoustic bass ?gure is the focal point for "Mud Puddles," which proves you don't need an electric guitar to make the blues sound big and tough. Durham's funky electric, harp, and lyric that name-checks several blues legends make "Reckoning Lament" one of the album's most interesting cuts. To switch things up, Durham adds ?ddle to "Mud Puddles," and his Wooden Cone Resonator guitar is a key part of the folky blues of "People On The Land."


Lincoln Durham The ...

www.vintageguitar.com [cached]

Lincoln Durham The Shovel vs. The Howling Bones

...
Lincoln Durham Minimalist begins to describe Durham's music and approach, but it doesn't capture everything that is involved. All 11 of the songs here feature pretty much some form of guitar and percussion and not much else. Yes, there is a piano on the folk-country ballad "Clementine" and the occasional mandolin and ?ddle, but it's a six-string show here.
That starts with the opening cut, "Drifting Wood" where Durham and Derek O'Brien trade simple acoustic licks that combine to sound like a droning single guitar at times. With that interaction, throaty vocal, and dark lyric, the song sets the intense tone for what's to come.
There's a certain sameness to the songs, but that never detracts from the overall quality of the record. The big beat and intertwining guitars of the aforementioned opener are the basis of other songs, including "Living This Hard," which features distorted electric guitar and an ending that is pure feedback - the exact ending the modern-day work song needs. Durham's hypnotic, repeating acoustic bass ?gure is the focal point for "Mud Puddles," which proves you don't need an electric guitar to make the blues sound big and tough. Durham's funky electric, harp, and lyric that name-checks several blues legends make "Reckoning Lament" one of the album's most interesting cuts. To switch things up, Durham adds ?ddle to "Mud Puddles," and his Wooden Cone Resonator guitar is a key part of the folky blues of "People On The Land."

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