|Album:||Things Are Really Great Here, Sort Of...||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Bird, Andrew||Added:||Feb 2015|
|Label:||Wegawam Music Co.|
|Add Date:||2015-02-06||Pull Date:||2015-04-10|
|Week Ending:||Apr 5||Mar 22||Mar 15||Mar 8||Mar 1||Feb 22||Feb 15|
|1.||Apr 03, 2015:||Time Traveler
My Sister's Tiny Hand
|4.||Mar 06, 2015:||Time Traveler
|2.||Mar 19, 2015:||Mountain Music
|5.||Feb 27, 2015:||Time Traveler
|3.||Mar 13, 2015:||Time Traveler (Friday the 13th)
|6.||Feb 26, 2015:||Meow
Cathedral In The Dell
1. (3:59) Cathedral in the Dell. ** Pretty vocals and acoustic country western vibe. Not exceptional, but I like it, it’s a new direction for Andrew Bird.
2. (3:26) Tin Foiled. *** Upbeat and sparse. Upright base and violin played like a mandolin. Really beautiful. I love this song.
3. (3:31) Giant of Illinois. ** Picked acoustic guitar intro. Great production quality. Pretty song.
4. (3:31) So Much Wine, Merry Christmas. * Heavy double bass and lazy trudging strumming pattern. Pretty solo.
5. (3:43) My Sister’s Tiny Hand. ** Pretty violin and acoustic guitar accompaniment. Great folk song.
6. (3:29) The Sad Milkman. * Great production. Pretty vocals. Weird lyrics. Becomes John Prine-esque at ¾ of the way through.
7. (3:21) Don’t Be Scared. Pretty and mellow intro. Lazy strumming with beautiful vocals and again, great production. Weird blend of indie soft rock and country.
8. (2:44) Frogs Singing. * Violin intro. Somewhat standard folk, but has fairly complex instrumentals.
9. (3:01) Drunk By Noon. * Country western. Sounds pretty good. His voice is beautiful. Oh yeah, whistle solo.
10. (4:46) Far From Any Road (Be My Hand). *** Pretty and different. Imagine Bird writing a country track for Armchair Apocrypha.
|1.||Cathedral In The Dell||6.||The Sad Milkman|
|2.||Tin Foiled||7.||Don't Be Scared|
|3.||Giant Of Illinois||8.||Frogs Singing|
|4.||So Much Wine, Merry Christmas||9.||Drunk By Noon|
|5.||My Sister's Tiny Hand||10.||Far From Any Road (Be My Hand)|