It seems that for the time being, TK has left the Visions behind and perhaps that's to his credit. Switching from Kemado to the label's smaller imprint Mexican Summer feels like a natural move for the veteran songwriter on his latest self-titled album. With minor exceptions, the heroic bombast that accompanied Webb's adoption of a full band on his last record has been left behind. What follows is instead a return to his folk-blues roots albeit with a bit of a studio polish languishing in the background. Its the same rough, worn Webb that caught the ears of RSTB on his first couple of Social Registry records; imperfect, whiskey-throated and ragged in a way that feels like coming home after a long journey. And maybe that's what this is, a return to home after a strange side trip. Dragging the remains of a guitar behind him, Webb assumes a position on an old stoop; familiar surroundings but definitely not the same old song.
[MP3] TK Webb - Destroy Yourself
[MP3] TK Webb - Toward the Light
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