American Music Club / The Golden Age [2008]
American Music Club
The Golden Age
Merge Records
February 19, 2008

I’m not going to say much about this album. It’s good. It is definitely good but it has no remarkable thing to mention and all I could write would be vane words. San Francisco’s singer-songwriter Mark Eitzel is back with his guitar and new lyrics. There are some talking about America, some more personal and sentimental… His tone is appropriate, because if he tried to sound too transcendental, it would sound rather pretentious. If this is the kind of music you like the most, listen to it. If not, you’ll be able to manage without it. Personally, I prefer Josh Rouse (but I guess it’s all about my personal taste). - Grey

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