Good Timing

Adeline Hotel - Good Timing
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Based on 2 reviews
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Based on 16 ratings
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February 19, 2021 / Release Date
LP / Format
Ruination / Label
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It's an ambitious thing to title your guitar record Good Timing—a nod to Jim O'Rourke's seminal masterwork of American primitivism—and to square up to the legacy so implied. And yet New York guitarist Dan Knishkowy, performing here under the name Adeline Hotel, doesn't disappoint. His textures are richer, here, and his compositions more elliptical and heavily multitracked; the focus seems to be on the power of subtle imbrication and meditative wanderings. But every once in a while, ... read more

It’s just some laid back lofi.
Some nice guitar noodly goodness on here.

Getting a lot of general Kinsella/Ghosts and Vodka vibes - mainly due to the lack of any real coherent structure and the overall meandering nature of the tracks. This is both the records’ biggest strength and weakness. It’s a pretty captivating listen when you get yourself fully in the zone for it, however, aside from a few nice refrains here and there - there are very little memorable moments I’m absolutely dying to hear again on ... read more
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Track List

  1. Photographic Memory
  2. Untangling
  3. Reliable Feelings
  4. I Have Found It
  5. Homemade Lemonade
  6. Introspection #76
  7. Relate To Joy
  8. Good Timing
  9. Remembering Machines
  10. Blueberry Fingers
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Added on: January 12, 2021