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Dark Was The Night (Red Hot Compilation)

Various Artists

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Album

Dark Was The Night (Red Hot Compilation)

Various Artists

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Label: 4ad
Here's how you can tell that the dense, graceful Dark Was The Night is a genius compilation: The third-to-last song is a duet between Conor Oberst and Gillian Welch. Exactly. There's no padding here, and rarely a dull track. (Decemberists, consider yourselves warned.) The belly of this beast rocks -- thanks to the New Pornographers and Sufjan Stevens, in part -- but its two gangly arms embrace the cream of the indie crop and the American folk tradition together, and that seemingly awkward bear-hug leads to some of the most imaginative and stirring covers -- and originals -- we've heard.

About This Album

Here's how you can tell that the dense, graceful Dark Was The Night is a genius compilation: The third-to-last song is a duet between Conor Oberst and Gillian Welch. Exactly. There's no padding here, and rarely a dull track. (Decemberists, consider yourselves warned.) The belly of this beast rocks -- thanks to the New Pornographers and Sufjan Stevens, in part -- but its two gangly arms embrace the cream of the indie crop and the American folk tradition together, and that seemingly awkward bear-hug leads to some of the most imaginative and stirring covers -- and originals -- we've heard.

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About This Album

Here's how you can tell that the dense, graceful Dark Was The Night is a genius compilation: The third-to-last song is a duet between Conor Oberst and Gillian Welch. Exactly. There's no padding here, and rarely a dull track. (Decemberists, consider yourselves warned.) The belly of this beast rocks -- thanks to the New Pornographers and Sufjan Stevens, in part -- but its two gangly arms embrace the cream of the indie crop and the American folk tradition together, and that seemingly awkward bear-hug leads to some of the most imaginative and stirring covers -- and originals -- we've heard.