Jurado has amassed a versatile, expanded catalog over the years, debuting in 1997 on the indie-stalwart Sub Pop label, where he remained for five years before finding a comfortable home on Secretly Canadian in 2003. While 1999's Rehearsals for Departure put Jurado on the map, his latest, And Now That I'm in Your Shadow, is undoubtedly his strongest. Aided by musicians Eric Fisher, Jenna Conrad and a couple of guests, Damien Jurado is no longer just the name of the songwriter and guitarist, it's the name of the band. From opener "Hoquiam" to "Denton, TX" to "Gas Station," it seems as though Jurado is a man constantly searching for something, yearning for old friends or a loved one in the distance. And like all good storytellers, he keeps us captivated all the way until the end.