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The Historical Conquests Of Josh Ritter

Josh Ritter

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The Historical Conquests Of Josh Ritter

Josh Ritter

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Label: VICTOR
Even though Ritter's records only get bigger -- here demonstrated in elaborate production and a bonus-disc pressing -- he wears his uncomplicated influences so gracefully that things never seem overdone. Take the title as a hint: This collection brims with a cool confidence unknown to most of the folkies he's filed alongside, from the up-tempo opener, "To the Dogs or Whoever," to simpler efforts like "Still Beating." And while the apple-pie appeal of "The Temptation of Adam" (a near-miss of Paul Simon's "Duncan") is winning, he's more fun when it gets a bit sinister, as on "Mind's Eye."

About This Album

Even though Ritter's records only get bigger -- here demonstrated in elaborate production and a bonus-disc pressing -- he wears his uncomplicated influences so gracefully that things never seem overdone. Take the title as a hint: This collection brims with a cool confidence unknown to most of the folkies he's filed alongside, from the up-tempo opener, "To the Dogs or Whoever," to simpler efforts like "Still Beating." And while the apple-pie appeal of "The Temptation of Adam" (a near-miss of Paul Simon's "Duncan") is winning, he's more fun when it gets a bit sinister, as on "Mind's Eye."

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About This Album

Even though Ritter's records only get bigger -- here demonstrated in elaborate production and a bonus-disc pressing -- he wears his uncomplicated influences so gracefully that things never seem overdone. Take the title as a hint: This collection brims with a cool confidence unknown to most of the folkies he's filed alongside, from the up-tempo opener, "To the Dogs or Whoever," to simpler efforts like "Still Beating." And while the apple-pie appeal of "The Temptation of Adam" (a near-miss of Paul Simon's "Duncan") is winning, he's more fun when it gets a bit sinister, as on "Mind's Eye."