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Boomkat Product Review:
Ever the ambassadors of the 'alternative Nashville', Lambchop return with this, what might be counted as their tenth official studio album (if you consider Aw C'mon and No You C'mon as a single text), and it sees a resumption of the energetic song arrangement that the band seemed to abandon after their landmark country-soul LP Nixon. OH (Ohio) never strays quite so far from the Americana template as that record did - and you're unlikely to detect a Curtis Mayfield influence on this one - but with uptempo cuts like 'National Talk Like A Pirate Day', 'Popeye' and 'Sharing A Gibson With Martin Luther King Jr.' Kurt Wagner and co. sound like they've broken free of the hushed simplicity that's been a part of their work for the past few years. The slow jams are still of the very highest order though: 'Of Raymond' features gorgeous, jazzy horn arrangements, while 'Slipped Dissolved And Loosed' is somewhere between The Band and Glenn Campbell, which is probably a good fit for Lambchop.