LeE HARVeY OsMOND’s “A Quiet Evil” makes #3 on No Depression’s Best of 2009 list

What started as a busman’s holiday from Tom Wilson’s day gig with Blackie & The Rodeo Kings has become a standalone outlet for his restless creativity. It’s some of Wilson’s finest songwriting (and in David Wiffen’s “Lucifer’s Blues” and Velvet Underground’s “I Can’t Stand It,” his keenest cover judgment) set in the grooviest, funkiest, spookiest music he has yet achieved. Wilson calls it “acid folk,” I’ll just call it great and hope this isn’t a one-off.

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