Vic Chestnutt's music is nothing if not introspective. Chestnutt's records are not your typical party fare, to be sure. They seem to be best listened to alone, preferably late at night, preferably in a candle lit room. OK, that may be a bit much, but the latest album from the veteran singer/songwriter is definitely one you need to soak in for awhile to really appreciate all of it's beauty. The songs creep along at their own pace, building at just the right moment, then letting you down gently again. Do yourself a favor and clear some time for 'At The Cut', it's sparse, gorgeously gloomy tone will absolutely fit into one of these October nights we have ahead of us.
* 'Flirted With You All My Life' MP3