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by Ashley King
In today’s digitalized culture, where we have become so accustomed to sensory overload, an artist like Patty Griffin is a rare treasure. Griffin first displayed her unique gift for simplistic beauty on 1996’s Living With Ghosts, an album sparse in its instrumentation (the record featured only guitar and vocal and was intended to be “demo style”), but full of unvarnished splendor. On the heels of Ghosts, which flew below the mainstream radar, came the underwhelming Flaming Red, seemingly an attempt ...read more