Wymond Miles was raised in the working-class small towns of the American West. On Call by Night, the singer’s latest widescreen opus, Miles masterfully evokes that lost landscape, all while grappling with issues of fatherhood, privacy, PTSD, police brutality, and dissipated romance. The album adds a critical new chapter to the Fresh & Onlys guitarist’s story as an artist, and reasserts him as a major voice in contemporary songwriting.
a couple of daze into the social isolation, I found this tune, and I recognised it from the time when I walked into a disco, and it was so good, so well here we are..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAfeYMONj9E Whyte Rushan
American Southern Gothic, ranging from Julee Cruise-type cinematic "Nothing Feels the Same", to the stripped acoustic guitar & gauzy multi-tracked vocals on "Shadow Show Diane", to the traditional Americana folk suddenly interrupted by an early 70s Krautrock band complete with synth drone on fave. Lyrically quite individual & interesting. Her most consistently good album. agutterfan