Winfred E. Eye, The Dirt Tier
Winfred E. Eye brings together a couple of handfuls of varied influences into a single, concise direction. Grandiose, miserable ballads about somebody wronged or, more often, who done somebody wrong. But the songs don’t offer any kind of closure to their conflicts – instead offering for those listeners who experience the drudgery of life, for those who are unhappy because they in fact have or believe that they’ve fallen between the cracks of society, that they will continue in their ways until some promised, final release.
As a paean to toil in life and work, it’s the chosen purpose of The Dirt Tier to not offer any solutions, but rather to evoke a shared experience. Which makes it, in essence, a blues for a new generation.
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