|Hurray For The Riff Raff / Small Town Heroes|
|Album:||Small Town Heroes||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Hurray For The Riff Raff||Added:||03/2015|
|Add Date:||2015-03-06||Pull Date:||2015-05-08|
|Week Ending:||26 Apr||12 Apr||22 Mar||15 Mar|
|1.||Apr 24, 2015:||funk to folk |
No One Else
|3.||Mar 16, 2015:||Clean Copper Radio |
Small Town Heroes
|2.||Apr 05, 2015:||Emergency Crew part 2 |
Good Time Blues
|4.||Mar 12, 2015:||Mountain Music |
End Of The Line
NOLA Chill-billy / Folk / Americana. Alynda Lee Segarra is a Brooklyn born transplant to NOLA. Imagine a southern chill-billy Cat Power. Then inject a healthy dose of shotgun houses, Boudin, and lyrics about lost lovers. FCC clean. Play 11, 6. RIYL: Cat Power, Sturgill Simpson, Mandolin Orange, Julie Byrne. |
1. (2:33) Blue Ridge Mountain. Channels Eastern Tennessee. Mediocre interpretation but pretty voice.
2. (2:45) Crash on the Highway. * Plodding and funky Louisiana folk. Fun and mellow.
3. (5:17) Good Time Blues. * Slow and an almost lumbering while sweet and pretty. Beautiful voice.
4. (3:38) End of the line. * Mid-paced and chill Louisiana party song. Fiddle and harmonica.
5. (4:01) The New SF Bay Blues. Love lost in SF. Acoustic walks pull you in. Pretty and intimate.
6. (2:49) The Body Electric. ** Slow and plodding, beautiful vocals, great lyrics, morbid…
7. (3:17) No One Else. NOLA chill-billy party rock.
8. (5:09) St. Roch Blues. * Mid-paced and mellow. Fun with great atmosphere and sucks you in.
9. (3:50) Levon’s Dream. Pretty and dreamy song about heartbreak. Guitar driven with some soft piano and fiddle.
10. (2:58) I Know It’s Wrong (But That’s Alright). Louisiana party song about love lost.
11. (4:28) Small Town Heroes. ** Intimate and medium paced folk. Great lyrics.
12. (3:18) Forever Is Just a Day. *Lo-fi, slow, vocals over fiddle. Showcases Segarra’s talent as a vocalist.