Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Jagjaguwar
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"


Okkervil River Don't Fall In Love With Everyone You See LP

Okkervil River

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Don't Fall in Love With Everyone You See has a southern country edge on a lot of songs, with mandolins, banjos, quick snare drum patterns, and American Gothic lyrics.

With grackles in their hair and tragedies in their boots, Okkervil River have taken a shot at tradition and injected it with new passion and virility. Uniting the strains of moody chamber pop contemporaries like Tindersticks, Arab Strap and Bright Eyes with the ragged emotional vulnerability of classic folk singers like Leadbelly and Dock Boggs, Okkervil River plays music that is lush, organic, beautiful and unsettling.

"A great storyteller with rhyme schemes that would impress Eminem, frontman Will Sheff comes on like Conor Oberst with a tighter grip on the reins." - Will Hermes, Entertainment Weekly, September 2003

"In a crowded field of young spectral-country bands, Okkervil River pine and crawl with enriched instrumentation… and a gripping cross of drowsy understatement and lightning bolts of anxiety, like Pavement bursting through the middle of REM’s 'Country Feedback.' Singer-songwriter Will Robinson Sheff understands the medicinal properties of sadness...This album...can help you through the cold, lonesome blues." - David Fricke, Rolling Stone, June 20, 2002

1. Red
2. Kansas City
3. Lady Liberty
4. My Bad Days
5. Westfall
6. Happy Hearts
7. Dead Dog Song
8. Listening to Otis Redding at Home During Christmas
9. Okkervil River Song

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