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8 thoughts on “ I See A Darkness - Bonnie Prince Billy* - I See A Darkness (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. I'm firmly convinced that Bonnie "Prince" Billy's new record, I See a Darkness is not music. It doesn't register in the familiar ways of a pop record (although conceptually speaking, it is one).Author: Samir Khan.
  2. out of 5 stars I See A Darkness: Bonnie Prince Billy - Bonny Prince Billy lights a candle in the darkness. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 6 February I bought this album because I had heard (and loved) Johnny Cash's version of the title track/5(55).
  3. Jun 20,  · SJO4 Counter: 48 cow herding music for people who wear all black Bonnie's cryptic and dark lyricism is perfectly backed up by usually simple but always evocative country folk instrumentation with a slight dark & gothic tinge to it. this is really an album you needa sit down, lie down to fully experience and appreciate. a slow, midnight horseride into the dark side of your brain. stunning 84%(5).
  4. I See a Darkness marked the debut of Will Oldham’s Bonnie “Prince” Billy nom de rock, which in the two decades since has become his primary moniker. Unceremonious in its sound, the album is a natural continuation of Oldham’s previous work as Palace Brothers and Palace Music—yet it was the most powerful and perfected realization of his songwriting to date.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of I See A Darkness on Discogs. Label: Domino - WIGLP59 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Alternative Rock, Country Rock, Lo-Fi, Indie Rock, Folk Rock/5(22).
  6. Feb 20,  · Released in A Minor Place Nomadic Revery (All Around) I See a Darkness Another Day Full of Dread Death to Ever.
  7. That said, I See a Darkness, his second LP since abandoning the Palace moniker, is the most accessible, gorgeous, and moving record of his career. Instead of the gothic, low-fi country feel of many of his projects, Darkness comes off sounding like an early-'70s Neil Young album, comprised of a stately piano backbone and fleshed out by loose /5(74).

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