be careful what you call home
"Paul Duncan is a genuine talent. Be Careful What You Call Home is sure to be embraced by hipsters and poets alike."
--Tiny Mix Tapes
After spending a couple of evenings with Paul Duncan's Be Careful What You Call Home, released in November (I posted on him then, but forgot to order the record), I can unequivocally pronounce this the "Most Overlooked Album of 2005".
Perfectly balancing the fine line between experimental art-pop and hushed folk that somehow oozes familiarity (he was been compared to Nick Drake and Iron & Wine), I don't know how you couldn't love this album.
I strongly urge you to listen to these two tracks (both are gorgeous, and neither is even my favorite on the album), and purchase Be Careful What You Call Home from Home Tapes.
Paul Duncan In a Way mp3
Paul Duncan Oil in the Fields mp3
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