Greg Dulli | Music | Halifax, Nova Scotia | THE COAST

Greg Dulli

Live At Triple Door

Greg Dulli
Live At Triple Door
Greg Dulli, former frontman for The Afghan Whigs, relies on much of his material with The Twilight Singers for his first live acoustic album. Stripping down “Bonnie Brae” and “The Killer,” he gives the songs an ethereal quality. While only half of the set covers his work and it would’ve been nice to hear something from The Afghan Whigs, his selection of covers is outstanding, especially his rendition of George Harrison’s “Isn’t it a Pity.” The subdued feel of the acoustic set establishes intimacy with listeners. Crooning on “Candy Cane Crawl,” Dulli suggests the best way to listen to the album: “Slow down, lean in, call up that feeling...”
---Dwayne McIntosh

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