A Life Full of Farewells

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All Music Guide - Rick Anderson
The first thing you notice on this disc is a muted trumpet playing a sad, midtempo refrain that echoes through the rest of the album and sets a mood that remains constant. All of the songs feature a shimmery, acoustic guitar-based sound and vague but attractive melodies; "End of Some Fear" comes close to rocking but never quite gets there, and everything else is slow, limpid, and regretful. Peter Walsh's voice is nice but unremarkable, and the lyrics seem to exist mostly to serve the songs' mood, not vice versa -- frankly, you're not going to put this disc on to listen to the songs at all; you're going to put it on because you're in a particular mood. That said, there are...
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All Music Guide - Rick Anderson
The first thing you notice on this disc is a muted trumpet playing a sad, midtempo refrain that echoes through the rest of the album and sets a mood that remains constant. All of the songs feature a shimmery, acoustic guitar-based sound and vague but attractive melodies; "End of Some Fear" comes close to rocking but never quite gets there, and everything else is slow, limpid, and regretful. Peter Walsh's voice is nice but unremarkable, and the lyrics seem to exist mostly to serve the songs' mood, not vice versa -- frankly, you're not going to put this disc on to listen to the songs at all; you're going to put it on because you're in a particular mood. That said, there are some lyrics that will take you by surprise: lines like "You'll become my big excuse/The poison that I drink as I sink my teeth in you" are rather startling, particularly when sung in front of a sobbing steel guitar backdrop. There's nothing the matter with mood albums, anyway, and this really is a fine one.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/23/1995
  • Label: Restless Records
  • UPC: 018777295529
  • Catalog Number: 72955

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Things You'll Keep
  2. 2 The Failure of Love Is a Brick Wall (You Prayed for Me to Hit It)
  3. 3 You Became My Big Excuse
  4. 4 End of Some Fear
  5. 5 Not Every Clown Can Be in the Circus
  6. 6 Thank You for Making Me Beg
  7. 7 Paint the Days White
  8. 8 She Sings to Forget You
  9. 9 All the Time in the World
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Apartments Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Primary Artist
Mark Dawson Percussion, Drums
Peter "Pops" Walsh Guitar, Vocals
Chris Abrahams Piano
Carl Bucephelus Guitar
Eliot Fish Bass, Vocals
Tommy Grasso Pedal Steel Guitar
Technical Credits
Peter "Pops" Walsh Composer
Paul McKercher Producer
Don Bartley Mastering
Jeff Crawley String Arrangements
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