|Sickafoose, Todd / Tiny Resistors|
|Artist:||Sickafoose, Todd||Added:||Jul 2008|
|Add Date:||2008-08-10||Pull Date:||2008-10-12||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||Oct 12||Sep 28||Sep 7||Aug 31||Aug 24||Aug 17|
|1.||Apr 08, 2014:||That's Not Bluegrass |
Cloud Of Dust
|4.||Oct 10, 2008:||Memory Select |
Invisible Ink, Revealed
|2.||Jun 04, 2013:||Sunshine . . . in the Afternoon |
Warm Stone (Playing w/ Will Bernard Quartet Sat @ Duende, Oakland)
|5.||Sep 24, 2008:||Rorshach's Dance |
Bye Bye Bees
|3.||Nov 16, 2012:||No Cover, No Minimum |
|6.||Sep 05, 2008:||Memory Select |
Easygoing instrumentals from the bassist for Ani DiFranco (who makes appearances on 3 and 4). Pretty stuff, but not sleepy. Gentle, chiming electric guitars feature heavily (indie post-rock fans take note), but the horns get their say too. Great stuff for a lazy summer day. For similar music with more experimentation, check out Jim Black's Alas No Axis.|
1- Mid/fast, gets into a chunky kind of groove. Heats up with a guitar solo later.
2- A bit of stern funk. Twangy guitars over a curly bass riff.
3- Tense two-chord pattern and wordless vocals, into a nice middle-intensity horn line. A touch of funk in the guitar.
4- Slowish, languid, pretty. Quietly intense trombone solo.
6- Beautifully spun. Mid/fast and open-aired. Really nice violin.
7- Sunny, funky, a touch of South Africa?
8- A sultry march with wah-wah muted trumpet
9- Relatively quiet. Soft. With professional-sounding whistling (actual, human, with-the-lips whistling.)
10- Perky and bright, but still breezy. Freakout ending.
11- Slowly tuneful conclusion
|1.||Future Flora||6.||Cloud Of Dust|
|2.||Invisible Ink, Revealed||7.||Warm Stone|
|3.||Bye Bye Bees||8.||Paper Trombones|
|4.||Pianos Of The 9th Ward||9.||Whistle|
|5.||Everyone Is Going||10.||Tiny Resistors|