James Low | Mexiquita

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Mexiquita

by James Low

These songs go down with a slow, warm burn like the finer brands of tequila.
Genre: Country: Country Folk
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1. Mexiquita
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2. Built to Last
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3. Words
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4. Carver Blues
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5. Soledad
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6. Miner's Lullabye
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7. Endless River
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8. Lord's Prayer
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9. Blackcoat
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10. You Said
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Album Notes
James Low's most obvious point of reference is the great Texan singer/songwriter Townes Van Zandt. Their phrasing is uncannily similar on some songs, notably the pensive "Words." Also, they cover the same psychic ground in their choice of song material, longtime country favorites like outlaws modern and ancient, and the timeless struggle of heart and mind. If Low's approach is less idiosyncratic than Van Zandt's, it is to his benefit. These songs go down with a slow, warm burn, like the finer brands of tequila. His palette of sound is broad and warm, incorporating horns and strings on some tracks, stripped to guitar and voice on others.


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O. van Brenk

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Wow, this is a great album - a classic if you ask me. Great songs with dark & tragic lyrics. James Low shows a piece of true craftmanship!

Vicki

It's all about the writing.
With James Low, you get wonderful lyrics backed up with tasteful, appropriately moody instrumentals. This cohesive album makes you listen over & over because the songs are uniquely melodic, meaningful and provocative. Reminds me of Steinbeck at his best.....