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The Pines  - Tremolo flac album
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The Pines - Tremolo flac album

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Album:
Tremolo
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Style:
Folk Rock
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1655 mb
FLAC archive size:
1832 mb
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Rating:
4.5
Votes:
832

Tracklist

1 Pray Tell 4:33
2 Heart & Bones 4:16
3 Shine On Moon 4:25
4 Lonesome Tremolo Blues 4:25
5 Meadows Of Dawn 5:10
6 Skipper And His Wife 4:29
7 Spike Driver Blues 3:55
8 Behind The Time 5:11
9 Avenue Of The Saints 2:12
10 Shiny Shoes 6:27

Credits

  • Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – David Huckfelt
  • Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Electric Guitar – Benson Ramsey
  • Backing Vocals – Bo Ramsey (tracks: 10)
  • Bass – James Buckley
  • Drums – JT Bates
  • Electric Guitar – Bo Ramsey (tracks: 5 to 8, 10)
  • Engineer – Ross Harvey, Steve Severson
  • Keyboards – Alex Ramsey, Benson Ramsey (tracks: 4, 7)
  • Mastered By – Jim DeMain
  • Mixed By – Tom Tucker
  • Producer – Bo Ramsey, The Pines
  • Slide Guitar [Weissenborn] – Bo Ramsey (tracks: 4)
  • Tambourine – Adam Krinsky (tracks: 10)
  • Written-By – Spider John Korner* (tracks: 6), Mississippi John Hurt (tracks: 7), The Pines (tracks: 1 to 5, 8 to 10)

Notes

(c)(p) 2009
www.redhouserecords.com

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 033651022220

urada Dinleyin: Apple Music. urada Dinleyin: Apple Music. 4. Lonesome Tremolo Blues. 6. Skipper and His Wife.

With The Pines, the sun never shines, and you shiver when the cold wind blows. Or so it feels when listening this alt-folk duo's remarkable new album, Tremolo. The group, led by singers-guitarists David Huckfelt and Benson Ramsey, captures a spectral single effect throughout, evoking an otherworldly landscape of fallen moons and dead valleys, campfires and ghost towns, meadows of dawn and broken dreams. These boys pick delicate, spare acoustic guitars wrapped in glass-slide reverberations and gentle, haunting organ embellishments on these ten scorched-earth songs

In 2004 The Pines released their debut self-titled album on the Iowa-based Trailer Records, establishing themselves as an emerging force in the roots music world with their haunting blend of indie-rock, folk, and blues with intelligent lyrics. In 2007 The Pines released Sparrows in the Bell on the world renowned acoustic/roots label Red House Record. The album had critics buzzing and was named one of the top roots releases of 2007 by Q Magazine. With the release of Tremolo,, their second release on Red House, The Pines continue to show their growth as artists as well as an unparalleled wisdom.

Published Sep 22, 2009. This Iowa-raised, Minneapolis duo are comprised of David Huckfelt and Benson Ramsey. Their 2007 disc, Sparrows In The Bell, made an impact in Europe, and this third album deserves to up the ante. Its songs don't jump out at you with catchy hooks or hummable melodies but the sparse and haunting mood of the album washes over you like an early morning smog. Their poetic lyrics also gently insinuate themselves with every spin.

The Pines feels like an old-school country album but more precisely, it sounds like Americana. The opening track, instrumental "Moon When the Cherries Turn Black," establishes all of these features before the album opens up to a variety of sub-styles. The bluesy "Bound to Fall" is a simpler exercise, with a narrow pitch range and talky, tell-it-like-it-is vocals, but also has extended chords and atmospheric guitar effects. The brink-tempo ode to depression, "Pale White Horse," has a country base with melodic, duet-like guitar accompaniment and moving, imagery-rich lyrics ("You wouldn't know but I've got the scar/And the moon's got a choke hold on a star/I've got half a mind and half a dead guitar"). Though no song is representative of the entire album, the record is an introspective affair, musically lively but sincere on all fronts.

words by Mississippi John Hurt; arranged by The Pines). Take this hammer and carry it to the captain Tell him I'm gone, won't you tell him I'm gone Take this hammer and carry it to the captain Tell him I'm gone, cause I sure is gone. This is the hammer that killed John Henry But it won't kill me, no it won't kill me This is the hammer that killed John Henry But it won't kill me, that's why I'm going. These are the days that send a shiver to the heart Oh my love, the sidewalks still lead to spring As surely as the swan song plays its vital part Like a stone that goes on missing from a ring. Moon cycles never bend for passers-by Oh it's true, I never saw the future clear But the ceremony grounds are thawing dry And I know the way to get there from here.

Tremolo is the seventh studio album by Blue Rodeo. On this album, the band attempted to maintain a more immediate vibe than on 1995's Nowhere to Here, which had been labelled as overly mannered by critics. To that end, songs were not brought to the whole band until the day of recording, so that the band's performance would retain a spontaneous flair. All songs by Greg Keelor and Jim Cuddy, except where noted. Moon & Tree" – 3:20. Shed My Skin" – 3:32.

In the Pines", also known as "Where Did You Sleep Last Night?" and "My Girl", is a traditional American folk song originating from two songs, "In the Pines" and "The Longest Train", both of whose authorship is unknown and date back to at least the 1870s. The songs originated in the Southern Appalachian area of the United States in the contiguous areas of Eastern Tennessee and Kentucky, Western North Carolina and Northern Georgia.