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This record Rocks a little harder. Chris Knight says of his new album Enough Rope. And the body counts not as high, he adds with a laugh. The mere fact that the notoriously taciturn loner is laughing is indication enough of a surprising new maturity. Can it be that the singer/songwriter the New York Times once called the last of a dying breed a hard-nosed iconoclast with an acoustic guitar and a college degree has grown up? I think so, Chris admits. On this album, I did a lot of thinking about saying things that were less angry and maybe more rational. I'm not as pissed off as I used to be. I'm conscious of not wanting to become a caricature, and the songs on this album tell a different kind of story. Enough Rope is Chris Knight's fourth album. Produced by the legendary Gary Nicholson (Delbert McClinton) and engineered by Ray Kennedy (Steve Earle).
This record Rocks a little harder. Chris Knight says of his new album Enough Rope. And the body counts not as high, he adds with a laugh. The mere fact that the notoriously taciturn loner is laughing is indication enough of a surprising new maturity. Can it be that the singer/songwriter the New York Times once called the last of a dying breed a hard-nosed iconoclast with an acoustic guitar and a college degree has grown up? I think so, Chris admits. On this album, I did a lot of thinking about saying things that were less angry and maybe more rational. I'm not as pissed off as I used to be. I'm conscious of not wanting to become a caricature, and the songs on this album tell a different kind of story. Enough Rope is Chris Knight's fourth album. Produced by the legendary Gary Nicholson (Delbert McClinton) and engineered by Ray Kennedy (Steve Earle).
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Format: CD
Label: THTG
Catalog: 7600032
Rel. Date: 07/11/2006
UPC: 822976000323

Enough Rope
Artist: Chris Knight
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This record Rocks a little harder. Chris Knight says of his new album Enough Rope. And the body counts not as high, he adds with a laugh. The mere fact that the notoriously taciturn loner is laughing is indication enough of a surprising new maturity. Can it be that the singer/songwriter the New York Times once called the last of a dying breed a hard-nosed iconoclast with an acoustic guitar and a college degree has grown up? I think so, Chris admits. On this album, I did a lot of thinking about saying things that were less angry and maybe more rational. I'm not as pissed off as I used to be. I'm conscious of not wanting to become a caricature, and the songs on this album tell a different kind of story. Enough Rope is Chris Knight's fourth album. Produced by the legendary Gary Nicholson (Delbert McClinton) and engineered by Ray Kennedy (Steve Earle).
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