Civil Wars' last album was a little short-lived.
Don't get me wrong, it still is good, but I way way way over-played it and I have barely revisited it in the last six months.
Oddly, I made a copy of the disk for my sister-in-law and she said the same thing, so it is just not me.
With just two band members, their short lived career (as a band) was well-crafted and they seemed to fit well together.
But now and then there is a nugget of theirs that still exists out there. One of those is "Tip of My Tongue". It has been out there for years, but finally put out on a post-break-up release, so the record company can get something back on their investment.
What I like about the song is that John Paul White's singing and playing. I do like their arrangements too and it seems fairly seamless when you know it was a lot of rehearsing.
Joy Williams is talented, but now and then, especially live, her mannerisms are like that of an annoying girl at a party who isn't actually drunk but acts like it so people think she's cool when they just find her, well....annoying.
In the studio she sings well, and she can live, but sometimes it's a little mush-mouth. Such is the case here, but the pros still out weight the cons. Yeah, I wish White had a more dominant role in the song, but his talent makes up for Williams' showiness.
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