|Dame Satan / Beaches And Bridges|
|Album:||Beaches And Bridges||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Dame Satan||Added:||Jun 2008|
|Label:||Ghost Mansion Records|
|Add Date:||2008-11-23||Pull Date:||2009-01-25|
|Week Ending:||Jan 25||Jan 18||Jan 11||Dec 28||Dec 21||Dec 14||Dec 7||Nov 30|
|1.||Jan 19, 2020:||Alphabet Soup |
|4.||Jan 21, 2009:||The B-Side |
|2.||Mar 19, 2013:||A Family Affair |
The Golden Iranian
|5.||Jan 20, 2009:||that's not bluegrass |
|3.||May 24, 2009:||Afternoon Delight |
|6.||Jan 15, 2009:||Happy Hour |
A blend of folk, country & americana from San Francisco-based group. Spiced up with some steel guitar, wurlitzer, and many effects. According to the promo material, the album also contains "Fine Folk Traditions, Space Blankets, Noisy Blessings, and a Few History Lessons." They're drawing from all over the place, but tying it all together quite nicely. All tracks listenable, most enjoyable. Try 3, 2, 10, 7. FCC clean.|
1) Atmospheric and lovely. Starts up slowly, lots of reverb on vox.
2)* Soulful lullaby w/ heavy kick drum, percussive guitar.
3)** Terrific banjo & harmonies lead this beautiful tune. Great!
4) Catchy blues rock. Steel guitar drives this one.
5) E-bowed electric guitar! Faint Paula Frazier backing vocals!
6)* More atmospheric guitars, a soft tune. Indie with psych yearnings.
7) More accessibly rock tune, driven by percussion.
8) Lovely, dark– lots of banjo.
9)* Slow, meditative, very nice folk with a touch of psych.
10*More upbeat, nice harmonies; straightforward indie folk
|1.||Downstream||6.||Dawn And Delta|
|2.||Ghost Dance||7.||Puget Sound|
|3.||Suffering Daughter||8.||Gangster Hustler|
|4.||The Struggle||9.||Oregon Trail|
|5.||Country Thief||10.||The Golden Iranian|