Monday, January 26, 2009

Killer Kweller


IT WAS a turnip for the books when former Radish Ben Kweller said that's shallot and took a new root with his solo career.
For the grunge posterboy turned country singer, and now, four albums after veggin' out on the grunge scene, Kweller is still hot to trot and as Changing Horses proves, he's just got better and better.
Tracks like the touching Old Hat sit nicely alongside the upbeat tracks like Sawdust Man and the brilliant Wantin' Her Again that pepper the tracklisting, lending it impetus.
Simple in its one-man-and-his-guitar approach, the unashamed Americana of Changing Horses is well worth a listen.

1 comment:

  1. I'll be bookmarking your site. Cool posts!

    Til then!


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