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Meet Me At The Edge Of The World (Deluxe Digi)

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Meet Me At The Edge Of The World (Deluxe Digi)

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Recorded over six days with the help of Grammy Award-winning singer/songwri­ter/guitarist/pro­ducer Joe Henry, who helmed 2011's The Long Surrender, Meet Me at the Edge of the World features 18 original songs (and one cover), and was inspired by the pre-Civil War farmhouse that Linford Detweiler and Karen Bergquist purchased in 2005. The duo began stockpiling songs for the project while the ink was still drying on the deed, and by the time they got around to finally laying down the tracks, it had ballooned into a double album. Similar in style and cadence to their previous outing, Meet Me at the Edge of the World falls somewhere between the rural, antebellum folk of Gillian Welch, the evocative, sepia-toned eccentricity of Tom Waits, and the soulful ache of Lucinda Williams. Detweiler and Bergquist are at their best when they're invoking the sights and sounds of their Southern Ohio locale, and songs like “Highland County,” “Wildflower Bouquet,” “Called Home,” and “All Over Ohio,” the latter of which, a playful duet, feels almost Gershwin-esque, make an emotional connection that feels a little like receiving a postcard from an old childhood friend. More pensive numbers like “All of It Was Music” and the spooky and mercurial “Don’t Let the Bastards Get You Down” engage as well, allowing things to get a little overcast. However, that tactic doesn't fare as well on rote blues numbers like “Gonna Let My Soul Catch My Body” and “Baby if This Is Nowhere,” both of which suffer from uninspired arrangements and Bergquist's stagey vocal affectations, but with 16 other relatively solid tracks to buffer them, one of which is a soulful, Carole King-inspired take on The Band's “It Makes No Difference,” it's hard to let a few clouds ruin a perfectly good sunset. James Christopher Monger – Allmusic Guide

Track Listing:

Disc 1:
  1. Meet Me at the Edge of the World (3:49)
  2. Called Home (3:38)
  3. Sacred Ground (3:06)
  4. I'd Want You (4:22)
  5. Gonna Let My Soul Catch My Body (2:43)
  6. All of It Was Music (4:20)
  7. Don't Let the Bastards Get You Down (4:20)
  8. Highland County (3:43)
  9. Wait (4:35)
Disc 2:
  1. All Over Ohio (6:00)
  2. Earthbound Love Song (3:34)
  3. Against the Grain (3:31)
  4. It Makes No Difference (4:37)
  5. Blue Jean Sky (2:52)
  6. Cuyahoga (1:09)
  7. Baby If This is Nowhere (3:55)
  8. Wildflower Bouquet (2:41)
  9. The Birds of Nowhere Farm (1:00)
  10. Favorite Time of Light (5:50)
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September 6th, 2013
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