Paul Kelly

Ways and Means

2004-02-24

Australian musician Paul Kelly delivers two discs worth of analysis about love and relationships. Although this all starts out and ends with instrumentals, the rest of the collection moves from folk-based love triangle to mopey rocker to pop-sounding plea and back again.

Call it a little Thesaurus of the Heart from Down Under.
Some songs are poetic, a few are sappy; some are brazen, others are thoughtful. Sounds like an attempt to write the Story of Love.

Did he succeed?
Give it a listen.

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