Sunday, April 18, 2010
Jakob Dylan has been around the music block a time or two, and that time seems to be doing nothing but good for him. I have always loved his strong, yet calming voice and enjoyed past compilations, but his new CD runs far from the sounds of the Wallflowers. In his second solo album, Women and Country, a classic, clean rhythms plays out, and one can identify the undertones of folk roots. What really won my over? Neko Case and Kelly Hogan harmonizing beautifully throughout the entirety of the album, making his music that much sweeter. This is Dylan's second solo album, and his polished acoustic talents shines through all 11 tracks. The more I listen, the more I want to hear! Women and Country is definitely a worthy purchase for anyones music library.