Blessed, the roots-music veteran’s latest feels a little sleepy compared with 2008’s hard-rocking Little Honey. Though she delivers heartfelt laments like ”I Don’t Know How You’re Livin”’ with an impressive candor, Williams sometimes gets lost in the velvet-twang arrangements. One exception is ”Seeing Black,” a bitter rave-up inspired by her pal Vic Chesnutt”s recent suicide; there she even holds her own against a vinegary guitar solo from Elvis Costello. B?
BlessedBlessed, the roots-music veteran's latest feels a little sleepy compared with 2008's hard-rocking Little Honey. Though she...BlessedBlessed, the roots-music veteran's latest feels a little sleepy compared with 2008's hard-rocking Little Honey. Though she...2011-02-23
Lead Performer: Lucinda Williams; Music Label: Lost Highway
Posted February 23 2011 — 12:00 AM EST
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