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In 2003, everything broke open for Ward with the release of Transfiguration of Vincent. Critically lauded and long beloved, Pitchfork hailed it as an album that "broadcasts timelessness and defies genre constraints," and Slant placed it on their list of the best albums of the 2000s. On Transfiguration of Vincent, Ward's elegant fingerpicking, evocative croon, and heartrending lyricism came into full bloom, casting a spell so powerful that even a song as universal as David Bowie's "Let's Dance" felt not only new but irrevocably his. One of the most cherished albums in the Merge catalog, Transfiguration of Vincent is both a great place to begin your love affair with M. Ward and a deep, stunningly realized work that listeners have returned to over and over again for 20 years.
In 2003, everything broke open for Ward with the release of Transfiguration of Vincent. Critically lauded and long beloved, Pitchfork hailed it as an album that "broadcasts timelessness and defies genre constraints," and Slant placed it on their list of the best albums of the 2000s. On Transfiguration of Vincent, Ward's elegant fingerpicking, evocative croon, and heartrending lyricism came into full bloom, casting a spell so powerful that even a song as universal as David Bowie's "Let's Dance" felt not only new but irrevocably his. One of the most cherished albums in the Merge catalog, Transfiguration of Vincent is both a great place to begin your love affair with M. Ward and a deep, stunningly realized work that listeners have returned to over and over again for 20 years.
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M Ward . - Transfiguration Of Vincent (Blk) [Download Included] [Reissue]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: MERGE RECORDS
Rel. Date: 01/26/2024
UPC: 673855022314

Transfiguration Of Vincent (Blk) [Download Included] [Reissue]
Artist: M Ward .
Format: Vinyl
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In 2003, everything broke open for Ward with the release of Transfiguration of Vincent. Critically lauded and long beloved, Pitchfork hailed it as an album that "broadcasts timelessness and defies genre constraints," and Slant placed it on their list of the best albums of the 2000s. On Transfiguration of Vincent, Ward's elegant fingerpicking, evocative croon, and heartrending lyricism came into full bloom, casting a spell so powerful that even a song as universal as David Bowie's "Let's Dance" felt not only new but irrevocably his. One of the most cherished albums in the Merge catalog, Transfiguration of Vincent is both a great place to begin your love affair with M. Ward and a deep, stunningly realized work that listeners have returned to over and over again for 20 years.
        
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