Dame Satan / Beaches And Bridges
Album:Beaches And Bridges Collection:General
Artist:Dame Satan Added:Jun 2008
Label:Ghost Mansion Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2008-11-23 Pull Date:2009-01-25 
Week Ending:Jan 25Jan 18Jan 11Dec 28Dec 21Dec 14Dec 7Nov 30

Recent Airplay
1.Jan 19, 2020:Alphabet Soup
Puget Sound
4.Jan 21, 2009:The B-Side
Suffering Daughter
2.Mar 19, 2013:A Family Affair
The Golden Iranian
5.Jan 20, 2009:that's not bluegrass
Gangster Hustler
3.May 24, 2009:Afternoon Delight
Suffering Daughter
6.Jan 15, 2009:Happy Hour
Puget Sound

Album Review
Alma Mahler
Reviewed 2008-11-14 
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

Track Listing
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