Kate Carr – Fabulations

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It’s extremely difficult to find not just the right words for certain pieces of art, but often times, any words at all which are adequate enough to say everything that you feel is necessary. Not only can this leave you feeling like you shouldn’t try to retell a story, which has already been recreated in a sufficiently convincing and fascinating manner, but even worse: you simply can’t. For about a month I’ve been trying to come up with the right things to say about Kate Carr’s Fabulations on David Teboul‘s Soft Recordings, which is the latest album in a young career that is already turning prolific, but even now I’m not convinced I can do so properly.

Fabulations is enormous. The range of places and emotions that Carr was able to capture and transmit through its compositions is surreal. Fabulations is opened by ‘Cold Trains’…

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