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Two Gallants / Scenery Of Farewell, The
Album:Scenery Of Farewell, The Collection:General
Artist:Two Gallants Added:08/2007
Label:Saddle Creek 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2007-11-04 Pull Date:2008-01-06 
Week Ending:6 Jan30 Dec16 Dec2 Dec25 Nov18 Nov11 Nov
Airplays:1211236

 Recent Airplay
1.Feb 12, 2013:A Family Affair
Lady
4.Dec 26, 2007:Time Traveler
Seems Like Home To Me
2.Jan 08, 2008:Time Traveler
Seems Like Home To Me
5.Dec 25, 2007:On The Warpath
All Your Faithless Loyalties
3.Jan 01, 2008:Time Traveler
Seems Like Home To Me
6.Dec 09, 2007:Transmission Overload
All Your Faithless Loyalties

Album Review
Your Imaginary Friend
Reviewed 2007-10-23 
Local duo who play a desperate twangy folk with ultra dark themes, sickness. Proof that great lyrics, a powerful vocal delivery and simple guitar can go a long way. Production is bit more lush than their previous, incorporating very subtle Hammond organ and not so subtle piano and fiddle and is reminiscent at times of Neil Young ca. “American Stars and Bars”. Songs ebb and flow, lyrics come in bulleted packages, phrases and one line can slay. Probably the best duo to come out of SF in a long long time. Mixed up at Prairie Sun in Cotati where Tom Waits does all his work.

1) starts with an epic duet/a capela feel but builds with guitar then full band into a mid paced folk rock tone
2) what they do best, simple songsmithing with upbeat strumming, subtle Hammond organ goes a long way
3) simple café folk feel for first half, guitar finger picking + vocs, sad somber and dark, then midway picks up, still minor keyed but drums, fiddle etc
4) dark, “typical” for this band feel, awesome
5) harmonica always makes it sad, combined with piano, violin and you’ve got a heartbreaker

Track Listing
1.Seems Like Home To Me 3.Up The Country
2.Lady 4.All Your Faithless Loyalties
 5.Linger On