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The last of the three collaborative albums by Campbell and Lanegan, Hawk sees the partnership off with another fine collection of songs, once again nearly all written by Campbell with the exception of two Townes van Zandt covers, “Snake Song” and “No Place To Fall.” The sheer intimacy out of the gate of their harmonized duet on “We Die and See Beauty Reign” is remarkable, and hearing their often understated voices do elaborate dances around each other on songs like “Time of the Season” or the slinky “Come Undone” is simply a delight.

Ned Raggett

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