Review: Father John Misty’s ‘God’s Favorite Customer’ Is a Lennon-esque Pleasure

Review: Father John Misty’s ‘God’s Favorite Customer’ Is a Lennon-esque Pleasure

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Friday, 01 June 2018
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In its piano-ballad gait, baroque-pop raptures and confessional sting, Josh Tillman’s fourth album as the darkly antic Father John Misty often sounds like it was made more than 40 years earlier under yet another name: John Lennon. It’s as if Tillman wrote and arranged these songs under the sumptuous, despairing spell of Lennon’s early-Seventies solo records, with time off for the late-Sixties

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Review: Father John Misty’s ‘God’s Favorite Customer’ Is a Lennon-esque Pleasure

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