Mr. Walker’s connected. For his first album he tapped REM’s drummer, Beck’s bassist and Wilco’s guitarist/keyboardist. Then he caught the attention of Earlimart’s Aaron Espinoza and Grandaddy’s Jim Fairchild. The three holed themselves up in Elliott Smith’s studio to record Young Gravity. Peter Walker sure has a lot to live up to and really it’s unfair of me to name-drop so liberally. I’m positive Walker wants his music to speak for itself. So I’ll let it do just that. Ask me though, and I’ll tell you he makes good use of his friends.
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Great sound sam, you're the man. Gonna get me the album soon.
he must have meant sean,^ who is also "the man," in the positive sense.
This WalkerÂ´s last album is very good.IÂ´ve received it last week and I hear it every single day.Like medicine.
Right sean, sorry.
i found this album to be quite boring
He'll be on http://www.uclaradio.com next Tuesday at 4:30! (MAY 9TH)
Trying to find lyrics to Peter Walker. Anyone? I want to confirm the words for the song "on Tv"