|Album:||Didn't He Ramble||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Hansard, Glen||Added:||Mar 2016|
|Add Date:||2016-03-20||Pull Date:||2016-05-22|
|Week Ending:||May 1||Apr 24||Apr 3||Mar 27|
|1.||Apr 30, 2016:||Music Casserole
|3.||Mar 30, 2016:||Home on the Range
Stay The Road
|2.||Apr 20, 2016:||4-20-2016
Stay The Road, Just To Be The One
|4.||Mar 26, 2016:||Mix Tape: The Legacy Lives On
Stay The Road
Favorites: 2, 5, 6, 9, **10**
1. (3:32) Grace Beneath the Pines - Somber, dark, vocals and strings only.
2. (4:47) Wedding Ring - Sloppy drum brushing, great guitar picking, and a lovely Glen Hansard vocal. Super folky, great track.
3. (3:22) Winning Streak - Mid-tempo folk anthem. Great harmonies, piano, drums, guitar picking…maybe harpsichord too?
4. (4:46) Her Mercy - Mid-tempo, happy song, horns build in at the end.
5. (4:39) McCormack’s Wall - Sounds like an Irish love song. His voice is so effortlessly beautiful. Finishes off with a super beautiful string part that sounds like a piece to dance a jig to, kind of love it.
6. (3:02) Lowly Deserter - Fiddles, horns and a harder drum beat, as hard rocking as Glen Hansard ever gets. This is another favorite of mine.
7. (3:34) Paying My Way - This one feels pretty Springstein-y to me. Downtempo rock, a little boring.
8. (4:26) My Little Ruin - Darker feeling, urgent, beautiful instrumentation.
9. (3:13) Just to Be the One - I really like this one, beautiful horn and flute part, more awesome and interesting guitar sounds, whispered vocals, great track.
10. (4:01) Stay the Road - Far and away my favorite, this one sounds like the original Glen Hansard stuff, simple, sweet, guitar and vocals. Tells a story, and the phrasing is so unique. Really great.
|1.||Grace Beneath The Pines||6.||Lowly Deserter|
|2.||Wedding Ring||7.||Paying My Way|
|3.||Winning Streak||8.||My Little Ruin|
|4.||Her Mercy||9.||Just To Be The One|
|5.||Mccormack's Wall||10.||Stay The Road|