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The Well - Smog - A River Aint Too Much To Love (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. A RIVER AIN'T TOO MUCH LOVE is the first new album from Smog in two years, following-up their successful album SUPPER/5(37).
  2. May 17,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of A River Ain't Too Much To Love on Discogs/5().
  3. 'A River Ain't Too Much To Love' is as raw and direct as a SUN SESSION and as warm and assured as the early seventies. Magestic, monolithic and agile at the same time, this is an album not of lost wandering but of determined migration. The natural urge that was buried in Humankind once the Pines were felled and the Rivers damned/5(37).
  4. May 17,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Smog - A River Ain't Too Much To Love at Discogs. Complete your Smog collection/5().
  5. A River Ain't Too Much to Love is a subdued, plaintive collection of songs that accompany silence; they encourage reflection without guile and unveil themselves without a hint of studied artifice.8/
  6. A River Ain't Too Much to Love by Smog, released 1. Palimpsest 2. Say Valley Maker 3. The Well 4. Rock Bottom Riser 5. I Feel Like the Mother of the World 6. In the Pines 7. Drinking At the Dam 8. Running the Loping 9. I'm New Here
  7. With 12 studio albums under his Smog belt Callahan remains an enigma. 's A River Ain't Too Much To Love served as Callahan's last release to date under the Smog moniker and twelfth full-length overall. Featuring ten majestic, monolithic and simultaneously agile tracks recorded at Willie Nelson's Pedernales Studio in Spicewood, Texas.
  8. The Well Smog. Album A River Ain’t Too Much to Love. The Well Lyrics. I could not work So I threw a bottle into the woods And then I felt bad For the doe paw And the rabbit paw.
  9. A force setting that's too high or too low can accelerate record wear and noise. I still think that LP noise and wear are over-hyped, because even when I listen at home with high-resolution.

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