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Blessed (Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about Blessed (Deluxe Edition) by Lucinda Williams. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 01:44:08 minutes.

Artist: Lucinda Williams
Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 24
Duration: 01:44:08
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No. Title Length
1. Buttercup 3:50
2. I Don't Know How You're Livin' 4:59
3. Copenhagen 4:30
4. Born to Be Loved 4:37
5. Seeing Black 5:14
6. Soldier's Song 6:09
7. Blessed 5:48
8. Sweet Love 3:33
9. Ugly Truth 4:22
10. Convince Me 5:45
11. Awakening 6:25
12. Kiss Like Your Kiss 3:51
13. Buttercup (The Kitchen Tapes) 4:01
14. I Don't Know How You're Livin' (The Kitchen Tapes) 5:11
15. Copenhagen (The Kitchen Tapes) 3:27
16. Born to Be Loved (The Kitchen Tapes) 3:05
17. Seeing Black (The Kitchen Tapes) 3:44
18. Soldier's Song (The Kitchen Tapes) 5:37
19. Blessed (The Kitchen Tapes) 3:23
20. Sweet Love (The Kitchen Tapes) 2:30
21. Ugly Truth (The Kitchen Tapes) 4:07
22. Convince Me (The Kitchen Tapes) 3:49
23. Awakening (The Kitchen Tapes) 3:39
24. Kiss Like Your Kiss (The Kitchen Tapes) 2:32



It’s become expected that each Lucinda Williams album with be filled with intense emotional moments comforted by electric guitars gently tremolo-ed, Hammond B-3 organs that purr and pedal steel guitars that weep alongside Williams’ sultry vocal delivery. Blessed is exactly that. It’s yet another focused effort that continues her streak. “Buttercup” says goodbye to an old flame. “I Don’t Know How You’re Livin’” is a song of compassion, frustration and unconditional love. “Born to Be Loved” plays like a classic ‘60s soul ballad. “Seeing Black” is ferocious hard rock, a tribute to Vic Chesnutt (who once wrote a song called “Lucinda Williams”) who committed suicide. Elvis Costello plays a scorching guitar solo to accompany the anger and sadness of losing such a major talent. “Soldier’s Song,” “Blessed,” “Ugly Truth” and “Sweet Love” are pure Lucinda pathos. Don Was’ production brings extra juice to a band of highly skilled musicians — from Greg Leisz’ pedal steel to Rami Jaffee’s organ. The Deluxe Edition includes twelve acoustic demos recorded at Williams’ kitchen table.