|Sioux, Mariee / Faces In The Rocks|
|Album:||Faces In The Rocks||Collection:||General|
|Label:||Grass Roots Record Company|
|Add Date:||2007-10-28||Pull Date:||2007-12-30|
|Week Ending:||30 Dec||23 Dec||16 Dec||9 Dec||2 Dec||25 Nov||18 Nov||11 Nov|
|1.||Mar 13, 2009:||Pants Down In The Oval Office |
Flowers And Blood
|4.||Dec 26, 2007:||Time Traveler |
|2.||Nov 26, 2008:||Time Traveler (Thanksgiving) |
|5.||Dec 19, 2007:||Time Traveler |
|3.||Jan 29, 2008:||At Your Local Dive |
Buried In Teeth
|6.||Dec 11, 2007:||A2Z |
|Ragnar of Ravensfjord|
Goregous folk music from this singer-song writer from Nevada City, CA. Makes good use of Native American flute, finger picked acoustic guitar and a very nice voice. Has that really classy and classic sound. Great for roadtrips or just chilling out. |
((((1)))) Slow-ish but with a really nice and catchy choruses and lots of flute.
(((((2))))) Much more focused on the vocals and plenty of great “playback” singing.
(((((3))))) Very mellow and gentle strumming. Like one of the best things you could ever hear from a busker or some random goodness from a folkie at the farmer’s market.
((((4)))) Long, strummy and ethereal with more flute.
(((5))) Pretty standard, folksy stuff but the accordian is a nice touch.
(((6))) Mystical, slow, repetitive chorus – doesn’t always work
(((7))) Another long one, nice strummy but the vox are a tad too warbly and it goes on a tad too long.
((((8)))) Purty and warm sounding. Like a campfire tune as you drift away near the flames in the comfy campgrounds.
|1.||Wizard Flurry Home||5.||Bravitzlana Rubakalva|
|2.||Buried In Teeth||6.||Two Tongues|
|4.||Wild Eyes||8.||Flowers And Blood|