Denison Witmer

Denison Witmer - Denison Witmer
Critic Score
Based on 3 reviews
User Score
Based on 4 ratings
April 30, 2013 / Release Date
LP / Format
Asthmatic Kitty / Label
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Denison Witmer is an easily enjoyable album that stays on the softer side of the fence for the majority of its duration, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t powerful moments. 

Consequence of Sound

Even with his diary-like, self-conscious confessions, Witmer knows who he is and remains much more kinetic than his semi-somber tunes.


This record probably won’t change the world in the manner that Van Gogh’s art did, but fans of quiet, unfussy acoustic music will find much to enjoy.

Yes, I know that Denison Witmer's tunes won't change the world and I probably don't want them to change it, but they have a fragile kindness that I do appreciate fondly.
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Track List

  1. Born Without the Words
  2. Keep Moving Brother, Keep Moving Sister
  3. Constant Muse
  4. Made Out For This
  5. Let Go A Little
  6. Asa
  7. Take More Than You Need
  8. Right Behind You
  9. The Other Side
  10. Take Yourself Seriously
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Added on: May 2, 2013