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Rick&Andy / Going Places
Album:Going Places Collection:General
Artist:Rick&Andy Added:06/2006
Label:Hobo Star Music 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2007-07-29 Pull Date:2007-09-30 
Week Ending:30 Sep23 Sep9 Sep5 Aug
Airplays:1121

 Recent Airplay
1.Mar 30, 2010:Ambient Annoyance
This World Is Not My Home
4.Sep 06, 2007:Fiction Romance
Walk Away
2.Sep 27, 2007:Crosscurrents
Cowboys Are Frequently, Secretly Fond Of Each Other
5.Sep 02, 2007:Crosscurrents
Cowboys Are Frequently, Secretly Fond Of Each Other
3.Sep 17, 2007:poo&pee
Cowboys Are Frequently, Secretly Fond Of Each Other
6.Aug 02, 2007:Fiction Romance
Till The Sun

Album Review
Murray
Reviewed 2007-07-27 
Quirky, traditional folk duets, variously with romantic, religious, queer, and kids themes. Duo (Rick Libert and Andy Buck) from NYC area. Lots of lovely poignancy... almost over the top, sounding a bit like Kermit (the frog). Sensitive & fragile male vox with sometimes heavy vibrato. Very basic strummed guitar accompaniment on most tracks. A bit of banjo, fiddle, snare, and recorder. Incredibly charming and artless... voices sometimes off key, instruments sometimes out of tune... and all the stronger for it. Play with The Hidden Cameras, The Choir, The Weavers, Jan & Dean... and extreme noise (for irony). FCC clean. A delicate and beautiful collection. Start with 1, 5, 11.

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1. Traditional. Tear-jerking romantic ballad (popularized by the New Christy Minstrels in the 1960s). Starts with violin and acoustic guitars. Slows, then quick fade.
2. Kids. Silly 3/4-time ditty about an uncle who waltzes with bears. Starts with slow guitar arpeggio. Quick fade.
3. Traditional (religious bluegrass). Uptempo. Features banjo, string bass, and recorder. Starts with spoken "1, 2, 3," then banjo. Slows... a cappella at end.
4. Folk. Slow, pensive ballad. Starts with strummed guitar. Fades.
5. Queer: Funny song about gay cowboys. Starts with (out of tune) guitar & maracas. Slows, upward vocal glissando, then fade.
6. Traditional. Slow, romantic, celtic ballad... all "purple heather" and "laddies" and "crystal fountains." Starts with solo recorder. Slows and fades.
7. Queer: Happy, poignant, high energy activist folk. Starts with solo strummed guitar. Ends a cappella, ends cold.
8. Traditional. Lovely romantic ballad. Starts with solo strummed guitar. Ends instrumental, with recorder and guitar. Slows & quick fade.
9. Religious. Uptempo, religious, call & response bluegrass. Starts with banjo, guitar, and maracas. Slows & fades.
10. Traditional, religious. Uptempo. Starts with violin & guitar. Ends on violin flourish, then fade.
11. Queer: Perky, sardonic commentary. "Master-slave, that's a traditional family." Starts with guitar & bass. Ends on "It's a queer society"; fades.
12. Traditional. Poignant, slow folk ballad with harmony vox. Starts with strummed guitar. Fades.
13. Traditional. Another poignant, slow folk ballad. Starts with solo strummed guitar. Slow fade.
14. Traditional, kids. Folky lullaby. Starts with finger-picked/strummed guitar. Slowing arpeggio, then fade.
15. (unlisted track) Live, lo-fi, badly recorded version of track 5. Starts with spoken intro. Lots of silence at start, then long spoken introduction, then applause, then more talking, then song.

Track Listing
1.Today 8.Till The Sun
2.Waltzing With Bears 9.Psalm 147
3.Just Over In The Glory Land 10.This World Is Not My Home
4.Walk Away 11.Family Values
5.Cowboys Are Frequently, Secretly Fond Of Each Other 12.All Is Well
6.Wild Mountain Thyme 13.Gotta Travel On
7.Going Places 14.Wings Of Peace