The eclectic range of Mulvey's tireless past pays handsome dividends on this stylistically sweeping, LA-recorded album. A crack specially convened band (including regular Dylan drummer David Kemper) adhere to his well-established live and direct recording approach and allow the performer's deeply matured, naturally wry and hard-edged Americana to attain full, flowing life. From the raunchy melodic pop of Sympathies through suburban requiem Remember the Milkman, the dizzying weirdness of If You Shoot At A King and even Led Zeppelin modal thunder on Copenhagen Airport, Mulvey's troubled visions attain striking clarity.

Gavin Martin, Uncut

The cream of the crop...sings with a clarity reserved for the likes of legends.

Davis Enterprise

Singularly gifted.

Mojo (UK)

Peter Mulvey is all substance, which is his style.

Boston Globe


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