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It’s a strong dose of crunching Americana full of stomp and swagger, O’Neill sets the tone early, but this is no one-note outing.
O’Neill offsets the Nick Cave tinged malevolence of “Poisoning The Well” (“and you got that blood stained white T-shirt from when they took her from you, and I got those guilt ridden old sneakers, hanging on the line”) with the delirious psychedelia and tribal drumming of “1000 Years”.
An expanded 2 CD set will also be available, as will a single disc featuring a remastered version of the original album.
The remastered audio will also be available digitally and on streaming services.
Having spent much of his early years living nomadically in National Forests and on Indian reservations, and working seasons on isolated farms and ranches, O’Neill’s worldview and experiences are full of contradictions, and these can he heard on this gorgeously eclectic new LP.
O’Neill channels the sounds of americana, psychedelia, soul, folk, rock’n’roll, funk, world and country, along with the spirits and sights of the great outdoors.
The new set will be available in several formats, including a deluxe edition featuring 3 CD's, 1 DVD and 1 vinyl LP.
While the shimmering and soulfully progressive “Louisiana” hints at the 70’s, he soon offers a more experimental twist on the singer songwriter format with the brass heavy “There You Go Again”, before diving headfirst into the cocksure, irresistible groove of “Alzheimer’s Blues”.
Though a consistent and full sounding collection, the album rarely repeats a trick, innovating, building and exploring from beginning to end.
Returning with ”Trophic Cascade”, we see a more driven and determined O’Neill.
Offering a more sophisticated record that’s bigger, bolder and more ambitious, he charts sonic territories unimaginable to listeners of his earlier works.
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