Vic Chesnutt: Ghetto Bells

Bone dry and delicately woven; the web that Vic Chesnutt has created throughout his humble career has spawned by a humorous eye, evoking the beauty of the South in wry, often bazaar imagery that is nothing short of genius. His earlier solo offerings, dating back to his debut Little, were stripped-affairs, his paper-thin southern drawl supported by frail melodies. But with 2003

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