31 Songs, 1 Hour 23 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The third installment of a trilogy that follows an enigmatic figure on an epic quest, Visions of Us on the Land finds Damien Jurado expanding his psychedelic ambitions. “Lon Bella” comes across like a fever dream about Jesus; “ONALASKA” finds distorted electric guitar sparring with beastly caterwauls. And on the trippy indie-folk reverie “Sam and Davy,” Jurado affects his best Neil Young falsetto. Part concept album, part existential epiphany, this is a journey to the edge of one man’s psyche.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The third installment of a trilogy that follows an enigmatic figure on an epic quest, Visions of Us on the Land finds Damien Jurado expanding his psychedelic ambitions. “Lon Bella” comes across like a fever dream about Jesus; “ONALASKA” finds distorted electric guitar sparring with beastly caterwauls. And on the trippy indie-folk reverie “Sam and Davy,” Jurado affects his best Neil Young falsetto. Part concept album, part existential epiphany, this is a journey to the edge of one man’s psyche.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

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Visions

Damien Jurado is proabably my favorite artist alive and he just keeps making great records.

waltd54 ,

The Best Yet!

The 3rd and last in a trilogy of albums, Visions of Us on the Land is Damien Jurado’s best yet! Produced by Richard Swift, the two have discovered a unique sound pulling from their many diverse influences. Through the 17 songs, you are taken on a journey that is rich in landscape and texture. Each song brings something unique to the journey but isn’t out of place. This record is full, big and gets better with every listen. Let this record be the soundtrack to your day. There is a lot to take in, repeating is recommended.

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