Its distinguishing characteristic: tinny anxiety. David Dondero stands a good chance of being canonized by the white-blues scholarbots of the next fiscal millennium, though he's currently just one of the genre's migrant laborers, helping to polish the statues of several of his agitated ancestors and impatient contemporaries (Townes Van Zandt, Gordon Gano, and Simon Joyner, for starters). STANDARD: White blues boasts its own possessed forefather: Daniel Johnston fills the Robert Johnson role. FULFILLMENT: Dondero can shiver on a Johnstonian scale.
Artists David Dondero The Transient. The Transient David Dondero. This album has an average beat per minute of 128 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 73/155 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Transient. Album starts at 73BPM, ends at 110BPM (+37), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by David Dondero.
The Transient Tracklist. 1. The Living And The Dead Lyrics. 2. Ashes on the Highway Lyrics. 4. Dance Of Spring Lyrics.
Album · 2003 · 11 Songs. 11. Song for the Civil Engineer. 11 Songs, 36 Minutes. Released: 1 Jan 2003. 2003 Future Farmer Recordings.
His appropriately titled fourth album, The Transient, is made up mostly of stories about traveling the road the old fashion way, with narratives from the venues and roads to the people he’s met on his way. With his roots clearly evident, the former This Bike is a Pipe Bomb drummer crafts songs with simple, yet effective melodies, acoustically and electric, detailed, personal lyrics and a soulful, at times shaky voice. Opener The Living in the Dead is the perfect introduction to not only the album but Dondero himself.
Album by David Dondero. The Living And The Dead. Ashes On The Highway. Less Than The Air. I'm Going Back To Wilmington.
The Transient Album Cover Art. David Dondero. Cover Art. Tracklist. CD 1. 1 The Living and the Dead. 2 Ashes on the Highway.
The Transient is David Dondero's, and the well-traveled singer/songwriter certainly has worn out enough soles to both merit and sustain a number of them.
one of the most touching and vulnerable albums ive had the pleasure of getting to know. there's something to be said about phoebe and conor's songwriting in this collaboration: its easy to recognize a great piece of art, but its hard to say why it matters to you. i hope you try to figure out the why for yourself. God, Forgive These Bastards" Songs From The Forgotten Life Of Henry Turner (2012) by The Taxpayers.