It’s not country. It’s not soul. It’s not indie. It must be indie-country-soul.
Monthly Archives: Mar 2022
Classic Objects by Jenny Hval
Dreaming doesn’t have copyright
Rifles And Rosary Beads by Mary Gauthier
A record of hurt, healing and hope written by Mary Gauthier with service members and spouses
Lullabies by Cocteau Twins
Ethereal and operatic vocals playing over a guitar sound which prioritises effects over melodies
Get Back (single) by The Beatles
There have been eleven different versions of “Get Back” released.
In My Own Time by Karen Dalton
“Karen Dalton understood the blues better than the folk milieu she was hanging out with”
The Voltarol Years by Half Man Half Biscuit
Britains greatest folk band mix humour and pathos
How Is It That I Should Look At The Stars by The Weather Station
Dread and despondency
Past Masters Volume One by The Beatles
Mopping up the non-album songs from the world’s best band.
I’m Not Sorry, I Was Just Being Me by King Hannah
“We want to sound authentic and real”
Maria McKee by Maria McKee
“I’ve got a big voice. I’m loud. I’m learning how to sing quiet”
A Salty Dog by Procol Harum
Procol Harum’s finest hour was “A Salty Dog”. Discuss.
A Song For Me by Family
“I was talking. I was shouting. Listen. Please don’t turn away”