Ed Askew :: For The World

With a name like "Askew," you can bet that you'll be slotted you into an oddball/eccentric niche. And to be sure, Ed Askew has outsider cred to burn, having released his debut album on the original avant label ESP Records way back in 1967. But Askew's new LP, For The World, is far from weird -- unless direct, emotional songwriting is weird these days. Which it may well be.
With all-star contributions from Sharon Van Etten, Marc Ribot, Mary Lattimore, and members of the Black . . .

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