Sycamore Meadows

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  • Summary: The producer/singer/songwriter releases his lastest solo album.

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Here Comes the...
Here comes the heartache, the move out date Excuses for my friends Here comes the reasons I have to justify It was better in the end Here comes the... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. Sycamore Meadows is an album that was born from heartache, and it’s on its saddest and most visceral numbers that the album truly shines, and perhaps gives some validity to that old lie about art.
  2. Sycamore Meadows is ultimately pretty uplifting, exuding a laid-back, Tom Pettyish tunefulness.
  3. Alternative Press
    Sycamore has plenty of upbeat rockers to counterbalance its moodier moments. [Jan 2008, p.128]
  4. His latest album cannibalizes and spews out influences as diverse as gospel, glitter, metal, and folk, as well as elements of the aforementioned Petty, Springsteen, and Bowie in new and exciting ways.
  5. Mojo
    He's walking away on style, delivering a collection of distinctive songs. [Nov 2009, p.97]
  6. Beneath the radio polish lies a wickedly caustic songwriting wit.
  7. It’s an ideal time to simultaneously start over and glance back, which Walker does on Sycamore Meadows, trading the glammy style of his prior solo work for competent, traditional radio rock....Then again, you’ll need a high threshold for boorishness to enjoy his frequent autobiographical nostalgia for substance abuse, pubescent defloration and venereal disease.

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