Joe Purdy | Last Clock On the Wall

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Last Clock On the Wall

by Joe Purdy

Folk Rock
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Let Me Sing to You
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2. Brown Suits and Cadillacs
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3. Last Clock On the Wall
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4. Been Up So Long
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5. Dead End Kids
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6. Dress Is Too Long
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7. Miss Me
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8. Death of a Maiden
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9. School Teachers Blues
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10. Too Young
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Seth Woodward

great stuff from joe, as always
this album is a bit slower than some of joe's past work, but a great listen nonetheless. joe's added a lot of violin and it works beautifully. i definitely recommend this for joe purdy fans.

Toby

Last Clock on the Wall
Being a huge Joe Purdy fan, I listen to his music all the time and I must say I am a little disappointed in his new album. It is definitely a lot slower and more mellow than "Only Four Seasons" and "You Can Tell Georgia," which are my favorite albums by him, and it took me a few listens before I really got into it. Don't get me wrong, it's a great album, but being compared to his previous excellence, it's hard to top! Especially since I feel that a lot of the songs on this album sound kind of similar. Usually he mixes it up more with a few 'upbeat' songs on the album, which this album seems to lack. Personally, for the mellow stuff, I still like "Julie Blue" better, but hey, I am just one man with a simple opinion. And you will definitely see me at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass in San Fransisco in October to see him play!!