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Post-War is M. Ward’s fifth album, released August 22, 2006 on Merge in the US and 4AD in Europe. It contains a cover of Daniel Johnston’s To Go Home (song which M. Ward also covered on his next release, the 2007 EP To Go Home. Jim James produced the track Magic Trick. The album also features James, Neko Case, and Mike Mogis. Producers Jim James & M. Ward. Transfiguration of Vincent. Show all albums by M.
Post-War is the fifth studio album by M. It was released on August 22, 2006 by Merge Records. It features the single "To Go Home", a cover of a song written by Daniel Johnston. Guest appearances were made by Jim James of My Morning Jacket (who produced the track "Magic Trick"), Rachel Blumberg, drummer for the indie rock band The Decemberists, Neko Case, and Mike Mogis. Ward has said that the song "Today's Undertaking" was heavily inspired by Roy Orbison's 1963 single "In Dreams".
Ward's post-war is internal, relational; it's adjusting to new realities, both pleasant and not. Backed with electric piano and shaker- a sort of slow-motion r&b setting- Ward's endearingly creaky tenor softly draws the line between then and now: "You say the money just ain't what it used to be/ Man how we used to tear apart this town/ Put a dollar into the machine and you'll remember ho. The humidity is so high in the arrangement that I swear my speakers got wet. That humidity comes and goes on Post-War, Ward's first record with a full-time back. Post-War isn't perfect, but it's all the more listenable for that fact.
Laconic California indie minstrel M. Ward's fifth offering is a thrift shop photo album filled with histories that may or may not have been, dust bowl carnival rides, and slices of sunlit Western Americana so thick that you need a broom to sweep up the bits that fall off of the knife
The fifth M. Ward album and his most absorbing yet. Its songs unravel their world-wearied tales of life, love, and human kindness with an innate and special grace, helped in part by the very talented friends who join him on this record, such as Neko Case and Mike Mogis, as well as old "Monsters Of Folk" touring buddy Jim James (My Morning Jacket). Look for him on tour this fall. An enviable multitasker, M. Ward deftly charts the varied dusty soundscapes of Americana. Somehow, he found time to knock out Post-War, his first full-band effort. Since 1999's haunting solo debut, Duet for Guitars every Ward effort has been a departure from the one before. While 2004's Transistor Radio was inspired by the radio days of yore, it's clear in Post-War that Ward has modern times on his mind.
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|MRG 280||M. Ward||Post-War (CD, Album)||Merge Records||MRG 280||US||2006|
|CAD2611CD||M. Ward||Post-War (CD, Album)||4AD||CAD2611CD||UK||2006|
|MRG280||M. Ward||Post-War (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Mar)||Merge Records||MRG280||US||2016|
|MRG280 PROMO||M. Ward||Post-War (CD, Album, Promo)||Merge Records||MRG280 PROMO||US||2006|
|URA191||M. Ward||Post-War (CD)||Spunk Records||URA191||Australia||2006|