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Track List: 01. Horse Latitudes 5:20 02. Pretty Girl In A Small Town 2:32 03. Starlight And Static 3:31 04. Heart To The Husk 2:33 05. Last Night I Dreamed Of 4:05 Television 06. Goners Most 4:53 07. Everybody's Famous 4:37 08. Idaho 3:49 09. Passerines 4:33 10. Tea And Tobacco 2:46 Release Notes: Jeffrey Foucault is an original, beguiling songwriter with a marvellously expressive voice. He brings these talents together, along with fine guitar playing, to create a terrific album called Horse Latitudes. His recent work has been as rich as it is diverse (a tribute album to John Prine Shoot The Moon Right Between The Eyes and a collaboration with poet Lisa Olstein on Cold Satellite) but his first album of originals for five years is affecting and deep as he confronts the emotional landscape of love and loss (Horse Latitudes, the name of a Doors song also, are the equatorial reaches where legend has it that Spanish sailors put their horses overboard as the cisterns ran dry). Places of reckoning seems to be the theme of an album where the quality is consistently high throughout the 10 songs, which were recorded in just three days in Los Angeles. The musicianship is top notch, too - unsurprisingly given that the high-class ensemble features Eric Heywood (Pretenders, Ray LaMontagne) on pedal steel, baritone and electric guitars; Billy Conway (Morphine, Cold Satellite) on drums; Jennifer Condos (Ray LaMontagne, Sam Phillips) on electric bass, and 68-year old music titan Van Dyke Parks (Lowell George, Randy Newman, Ry Cooder) on keys and accordion, with backing vocals and cello from Foucault's wife Kris Delmhorst. The moody opener Horse Latitudes is followed by the high-powered Pretty Girl In A Small Town. "Tea with honey. Tell Me who bent the branch inside of you?" sings Foucault.
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