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Ground Trouble Jaw

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Would You?
2:56
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Lady Luck
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The Bully
2:27
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The Original Thought
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A Song For Milton Feher
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Total Tracks: 5   Total Length: 18:48

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08.04.08
Richard Swift, Ground Trouble Jaw
2008 | Label: Secretly Canadian / SC Dist.

We've been waiting years for Richard Swift to break out. Even though his recordings have largely left me cold, his persistence, ambition and talent, clear even through my cynical lens, lead me to believe that he could not fail. And well, he hasn't failed exactly, but Swift hasn't exactly caught on either. In another life, Swift made pretty much only Christian music (he spent time with the Promise Keepers, Starflyer 59 and recording as … read more »

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At least one

nanyehi

Maybe this is just not the style of music that I prefer. HOWEVER ... The Original Thought is definitely one fantastic keeper.

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More Than Pastiche!

Davie

Two words to describe Richard Swift? How about "eclectic" and "brilliant"? This guy has snuck in under the radar and deserves your attention!

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Stellar!! Two things though..

gunnerNelson

I wish there were more F words, and I wish it wasn't free.

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Warning About Track 3, "The Bully"

Quipper

The music is overall pretty decent, although also nothing that I could imagine making anyone's top ten list. Those who try to keep their music collection family friendly will want to watch out for track 3, entitled "The Bully," which contains the F word. I downloaded it but then deleted it. "The Original Thought," likewise, contains the S word.

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fun

wns3

He's good 'The Original Thought' reminds me of a late artist from the 70's named Harry Nilsson!

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Really, really good!

mattness

Great beat and really, really funny!Hard to decide whether it is retro or not but very well composed songs - especially ''Would you?'' which sounds very sixties soul.