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  1. It's painted by washes of lilting guitars, strings, and vibes. Blessed is Williams ' most focused recording since World Without Tears; it stands with it and her self-titled Rough Trade as one of her finest recordings to date. Its shift in lyric focus is amplified by the care and detail in the album's production and crackling energy.
  2. Lucinda Williams "Seeing Black": When did you start seeing black When did you start seeing red Did you see me standing over your bed Did you hear anything I said album: "Blessed" () Buttercup. I Don't Know How You're Livin' Copenhagen. Born To Be Loved. Seeing Black.
  3. Apr 09,  · 7° traccia dell'album omonimo. Lucinda Williams "Seeing Black" - Duration: feinleib 73, views. 50+ videos Play all Mix - Lucinda Williams - Blessed YouTube; Lucinda Williams.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Blessed on Discogs. Label: Lost Highway - • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk Rock/5(13).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Digisleeve CD release of Blessed on Discogs. Label: Lost Highway - • Format: 2x, CD Album, Deluxe Edition Digisleeve • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk Rock/5(18).
  6. From its cover in, Lucinda Williams' Blessed stands out. It title is readily visible in color photographs of anonymous citizens holding handmade signs, yet her name appears nowhere but the spine. It title is readily visible in color photographs of anonymous citizens holding handmade signs, yet her name appears nowhere but the spine.
  7. BLESSED, the incredible thing that breathes, gasps, talks, walks, thinks, is, barks, growls, roars, laughs, cries & burns. terrific, puzzling & wonderful: the kind of album that's riveting on its quieter moments (copenhagen, sweet love, soldier's song, i don't know how you're living, kiss like your kiss, ugly truth) and circumspect on its most eloquent songs (awakening, blessed, seeing black.
  8. The support that Williams receives from some stellar names on this outing is appreciated but there is no way that any of them outshine her, and well advised they were in that approach because in the end, this album is all Lucinda Williams and the invited performers and guests have been blessed for being a part of this truly honest gift of music/5().

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