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Still Green

by Patty Larkin

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Steve Lawson
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Steve Lawson Can't believe it's taken me this long to get this album - another beautiful record in a career full of beautiful records. Will never get tired of hearing Patty's view of the world, set to such exquisite music. Favorite track: Down Through The Wood.
Mario d'Milan
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Mario d'Milan Relaxed, airy, breath of blues and all the breadth of acoustic...
The combination just touches me somehow.
Ed Kinder
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Ed Kinder I am an old Patty Larkin fan. Great sonic atmosphere. Wonderful guitarist and songwriter. Favorite track: Bon Vivants.
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Patty Larkin redefines the boundaries of folk-urban pop music with her inventive guitar wizardry and uncompromising vocals and lyrics. Acoustic Guitar hails her “soundscape experiments” while Rolling Stone praises her “evocative and sonic shading.” She has been described as “riveting” (Chicago Tribune), “hypnotic” (Entertainment Weekly) and a “drop-dead brilliant” performer (Performing Songwriter).

“Still Green,” Patty Larkin’s 13th album, plays out in Technicolor sound images, a kaleidoscope of sun and sea that travels from the fluorescent-lit hallways of grief to the warm pull of love, family and nature. This collection of new songs chronicles Patty's search for relief, respite and solace during a time when she lost both of her parents, and witnessed a sister suffer a serious health issue.

The album begins with “The Best of Intentions,” a song Larkin started before all of these life-altering events, and completed after them. The song is a bellwether for the record, that raises questions of belief and redemption, and leaves them unanswered for the listener. The man in the hallway is cleaning up grief/While travelers chase after time like a thief/With oversized bags, they wait for relief in the dawn/But The Best of Intentions all get up and leave before long. “It's not a quick answer for me,” Larkin says. “I was raised Catholic but once you start to ask yourself what you believe in, things get interesting real fast. What I want to walk away with and what I want to leave the listener with is a sense of hope.”

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released September 24, 2013

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