Maybe the most interesting thing about Newsom is how an artist whose mainstream appeal has always been limited by her music’s intellectualism can at the same time appear so relatable in interviews.Her genius has never served as an isolating factor. Working without the net of attaching the album to a distinct point in her narrative, Newsom attempts something uniquely ambitious: making an album outside a traditional career arc and still finding a way to make it a success.
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“[For] paper I wrote on a piece of paper we can buy that table that [she] wants.”“It was either that or buying a paper table,” he added.
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There’s “Sapokanikan”, which could be mistaken for a Randy Newman melody, and “Same Old Man”, which employs a banjo for some front-porch blues.
“Goose Eggs” even comes close to R&B in its melody, with Newsom offering knowing wisdom when another line leaps from the pages: “What’s redacted will repeat, and you cannot that you burn when you touch the heat, so we touch the heat.” The album winds up feeling like the first in Newsom’s catalog that won’t be considered a classic, but it’s proof that a sturdy, thought-provoking, and rewarding record doesn’t necessarily need to stand next to her past work to find its own greatness. ” Over her career, Newsom has only garnered more people to trust in her journeys and her soft left turns into meditations on love, loss, time, life, and death.
(Read: Joanna Newsom in 10 Songs) Only one song on extends into “long song” territory, and that’s the title track that appears near the middle of the album.