Purple Mountains is the new nom-de-rock of David Berman from the Silver Jews. Purple Mountains is also the name of...
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https://driftrecords.com/products/purple-mountains-purple-mountains1224196784175Purple Mountains - Purple Mountains//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0161/8690/products/DC680hires_large.jpg?v=1558125849//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0161/8690/products/DC680hires_medium.jpg?v=15581258499.99GBPInStockPurple MountainsDrag CityEverything In Stock at DriftGoogle 2018Pre OrderPurple MountainsR&B & Hip HopPurple Mountains is the new nom-de-rock of David Berman from the Silver Jews. Purple Mountains is also the name of what will be known as one of his greatest albums – full of double-jointed wit and wisdom, up to the neck in his special recipe of hand-crafted country-rock joys and sorrows that sing legendary in cracked and broken hearts. The songs are produced impeccably by Woods’ Jarvis Taveniere and Jeremy Earle, buffed up like a hardwood floor ready to be well-trod upon for an evening of romance and dance.
Berman’s songwriter’s bone’s never been laid more bare, either – if redemption doesn’t come on the lyric sheet, the act of putting these songs into singing, dancing form allows them their nest end – to provide infotainment for others, embodying moments of life and truth via music that elevates with disarming warmth and a reassuring commonality, even as David himself stands outside the communal campfires.
1 That’s Just the Way That I Feel 2 All My Happiness Is Gone 3 Darkness and Cold 4 Snow Is Falling In Manhattan 5 Margaritas At the Mall 6 She’s Making Friends, I’m Turning Stranger 7 I Loved Being My Mother’s Son 8 Nights That Won’t Happen 9 Storyline Fever 10 Maybe I’m the Only One For MeDrag CityR&B & Hip Hop2019-05-17