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Conor Oberst: Salutations

Salutations is the latest release of long established artist Conor Oberst. Releasing his first album in 1993, the 37 year old played in a string of bands, before recently settling for an exclusively solo career in around 2012; though how long this phase will last is anybody’s guess. 494 more words

Albums

Review: Salutations by Conor Oberst

Well, the clue was in the title. Salutations is the partner album, more or less, to Ruminations, Conor Oberst’s moody and occasionally claustrophobic release last year. 152 more words

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Conor Oberst's "Salutations" Updates and Expands 2016's "Ruminations"

Salutations is a revelation. Last year, Conor Oberst recorded a ten-song album called Ruminations that captured Oberst at his lowest and most lonely — full of doubt, despair and despondence over the challenges we all face in life. 290 more words

Conor Oberst - Salutations

Conor Oberst – Salutations

Conor Oberst has hit upon a great new idea. In October last year, he released Ruminations, a stripped-down set of new songs. 347 more words

Music

CONOR OBERST - " Live NPR Music Front Row " Housing Works Bookstore , New York City 14th October 2016

‘Ruminations’ is one of singer songwriter Conor Oberst’s most personal records — and it was a surprise, even for its creator. He didn’t intend to make an album — he was trying to recover from exhaustion after he was rattled by a health scare, a cyst on his brain. 252 more words

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Music Blog - 17/03/2017 Releases - The Cousins and Conor Oberst

I’m going to start this week’s blog with a confession – the Barenaked Ladies are my all time favourite band. Having said that, I’m not one of these “they can do no wrong” fanboys and I am more than capable of giving criticism when it is due – for example the last 2 albums have been solid records but both feel rather “safe” and middle of the road. 707 more words

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CONOR OBERST - Salutations

CONOR OBERST
Salutations
Label: Nonesuch
Released: March 17, 2017
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