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Richard Davies' pursuit of poetic, heartfelt songwriting began in Australia with the Moles who, after releasing their fourth critically acclaimed record in 1996, disbanded. Davies pulled roots and relocated to New York City to pursue a solo career, eventually settling in with Oregonian Eric Matthews to form the band Cardinal. With the help of Matthews' production skills and his enthusiasm for complex, elaborate orchestrations, Davies' songs found a mature and more sophisticated timbre. On his own again, Davies returns with engagingly simple -- yet sonically complex -- fits of pop melancholia, adding sparse piano and strings to the standard guitar, bass, and drums contingency. Lush, complex vocal harmonies swoop in and out to emphasize Davies' heady verses, and sauntering rhythms offer all the time in the world to think about them. The end product is beautifully melodic, sometimes tragic, music and lyrics that require a little mental investment.

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 Barbarians  Richard Davies Barbarians CD   2 listed $14 - $15 Details
 Cantina  Richard Davies Cantina CD Single, 7", CD, Digi Pak   14 listed $1 - $8 Details
   Richard Davies Confederate Cheerio Call CD Single   3 listed $2 - $26 Details
 Don't Stop Believing  Richard Davies Don't Stop Believing 12"   7 listed $3 - $53 Details
 Retail Sampler 11 Tracks  Richard Davies Retail Sampler 11 Tracks CD   1 listed $6 Details
   Richard Davies Sign Up Maybe For Being CD   1 listed $180 Details
   Richard Davies The Story So Far CD   2 listed $7 - $21 Details
 Telegraph  Richard Davies Telegraph CD   6 listed $2 - $14 Details
 There's Never Been A Crowd Like This  Richard Davies There's Never Been A Crowd Like This CD   12 listed $2 - $19 Details


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