Wednesday, May 7, 2008

The Everybodyfields - Plague of Dreams



Upon request, I'm posting the second album of The Everybodyfields from 2005. This album, like their newest, is really good. It was practically all I listened to for a few months in 2007. The music on this album has a stronger country/bluegrass feel than their newest album, and the album before this one ("Electricity and the South") is even more in that vein. So you can see them becoming more and more rock-influenced with each album. This one gels very well together to create a complete album experience, but as always there are some highlights, and for me they are "The Only King" (a nice tribute to Elvis Presley), "Arletta", "Out of Town", "Fade Jeans Blue", and "Good to be Home." Get this album here and then go support this great band and buy it here.

1 comment:

Daniel said...

Thank you soooooo much! By the way, I love the image on the header of your blog. Jim Jarmusch and Tom Waits rule! And Ellen Barkin looked pretty hot back then...