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Duncan Shiek - White Limousine Review
By Jen Procop

Duncan Shiek's fifth album, White Limousine seems to be a breakthrough of sorts. As an artist, it must be difficult to always hang under the expectation of a Grammy nominated song from your debut album. The wildly successful "Barely Breathing" catapulted Sheik into the mainstream and in his four consecutive releases, nothing has come close to the recognition he found his first time at bat. White Limousine doesn't have that one huge single but it is a wonderful collection of intimate, respectable tracks . There's no doubt he's a talented songwriter, just look at his thought provoking lyrics about the damage of war and the goodness of love. Despite the lack of one big release, look for songs like "Star Field on Red Lines," "Hey Casanova" and "Land." White Limousine is an ample offering, one which bonds the artist and the listener through Sheiks powerful lyrics and original arrangements. Welcome back Duncan!

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Label:Rounder Records

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