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All Them Witches - Lightning at the Door (2013)
The moon is out and the freezing cold is cutting through the thin air. The mountain road swerves through the forest and on its dead black tarmac surface is a thin layer of ice dust from the frozen leaves of the trees. The wind is howling its high pitched voice in the crisp clear darkness. It?s the perfect evening for a covens gathering.
The piercing cold was persistent throughout the night until a vague warm sound started to fill the noise of the emptiness as it grew warmer and louder a single light in the distance started to approach in a rather persistent and quick manner. As the sound grows louder it starts to have a more bouldering quality to it and more single lights start to appear behind it.
An animalistic tension can be felt as the lights approach and the sound nearing becomes a thundering and thumping. As a great storm the ice dust that was on the surface of the road get blasted up and creates a great stinging cloud of freezing dust that mixes with the passing lights carried by the heated bouldering thunder that is raging by like a herd of bisons. The rapid flashes of passing lights in the herd are barely enough to make out the bearded men on their steel engines.
As the pack rages by a soothing feeling of protection and comradery is felt. When the last of the pack passes the forest quickly returns to its freezing catatonic state and the bright white of the lights have been replaced by the red lights that grow smaller and smaller. The exit seams more abrupt than the approach and leaves you wishing you had more, and you want more, it makes you squint your eyes to make out what has been written on the backs of the jackets of these riders. The only thing you can read in the haunting red light is ?All them Witches?
What a way to start the New Year! This record is an instant hit for me! They describe themselves as a psychedelic Delta Blues band yet, All Them Witches from Nashville, Tennessee has a bit more on offer then you would expect. The key is in their mix with a modern folk kind of balance and style. This is their second record in a year. And the first is not bad, but compared to this it?s very stale. Where the first sets me of feeling they went in a White Stripes/Kings of Leon kind of direction and I don?t see the Delta as strong as on the new one. With the new record it?s like they rethought the whole approach they want to make and nailed it pretty hard. They went for more authentic, maybe a bit less complex and much heavier and stronger contrasts. It results in a way more varied record and at moments even overpowering tracks that grab you halfway spin you around till your dizzy a let you run with them.
The focus is on atmosphere versus grinding fuzzed out dirty blues. Going into a track in a modern folk style like what Ray Lamontagne does with some of his songs, and what José Gonzaléz for example does is not uncommon. Now I?m not particularly in to their music, but I do respect they authentic approach and the atmosphere they bring. With All Them Witches you get both and it pays off in an awesome way. Don?t get me wrong this record is all but soft, it just has parts where the contrast is so strong the effect of the heavy bleus riffing that follows is just delivered so much better.
I could go into the record track for track but I?d rather you just listened to it yourself. The track added below illustrates really well what I mean with the New Folk style and the payoff is sublime. The whole record, you guessed it, is occultly themed and I think it goes excellent with the styles. All tracks are unique and have a story to tell but still are coherent to the record. Actually the record is too short! I wish they had made a record with a double LP in mind, because once you get in to the record it?s over and leaves you wanting more, much, much, more!Lineup:
Quote:Michael Parks, Jr: Vocals, Bass, Acoustic Guitar
Ben McLeod: Electric Guitar
Robby Staebler: Drums
Allan Van Cleave: Keys, Violin
Quote:1. Funeral For A Great Drunken Bird
2. When God Comes Back
3. The Marriage Of Coyote Woman
4. Swallowed By The Sea
5. Charles William
6. The Death Of Coyote Woman
7. Romany Dagger