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Murray, Eleanor / For Cedar
Album:For Cedar Collection:General
Artist:Murray, Eleanor Added:10/2008
Label:Anonymous Monk 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2009-05-03 Pull Date:2009-07-05 
Week Ending:28 Jun14 Jun24 May
Airplays:212

 Recent Airplay
1.Oct 16, 2017:National Treasure
A Midwest Winter
4.Jun 10, 2009:KZSU's Heartbleeps
Walk Home
2.Jun 25, 2009:Jokers Wild
River
5.May 20, 2009:KZSU's Heartbleeps
Healing
3.Jun 24, 2009:KZSU's Heartbleeps
The Last Meal
6.May 19, 2009:408's Finest
Healing

Album Review
ROX
Reviewed 2009-05-01 
Artist: Eleanor Murray
Album: For Cedar
Genre: Singer-Songwriter/Folk Sounds Like: Kim Richey, Laura Veirs, Kathleen Edwards
Personal Picks: Tracks 5, 9, 10, General: Sleepy mood harmonies that dream with “one-eye open”. Basically Murray delivers melancholic folk music that pursues an introspective and minimalist style—giving off a vibe that is both soft spoken and revealing. Her graceful combination of traditional acoustic guitar picking and emotionally twitching vocals makes this a good soundtrack for heartbreaks, campfire moments and sunless days.

Track Descriptions (NO FCC’s detected): 1. Today (3:56) Has a country folk/bluegrass feel like an old western-lullaby with ethereal vocals. 2. Julie (3.53) Repetitive chord progressions that alternate between picking and strumming—putting the listener into a slow tempo-ed trance 3. Walk Home (4:12) Slower than the previous number, although the cello provides something new 4. Joseph’s Song (4:20) The base line sets the rhythm to a medium paced progression that builds and retreats, cello carries the melody over simple guitar strumming 5. River (4:02) Has an upbeat “indie-folk” feel with Fiest-like vocals and a fun country-bounce 6. Electric Sky (5:16) Trembling articulations of the voice try to convey emotion—another slooww track. 7. The Last Meal (5:29) A more bitter and daring tone with a flare of Damien Rice, gets into a groove and sticks with it 8. All the World in Bloom (4:11) Seems depressing with lots of cello and monotonous minor chord picking, sparse vocals 9. Healing (7:07) Loudest song, some nice and light percussion, contemplative but engaging, a low repeated guitar riff throughout until half way then a marching band drumming style enters and replaces the rhythmic blah of monotonous guitar picking, vocals return with a sound that is more “folk-rock”, sets a perfect stage for a dramaturgy entitled “the light at the end of a post-breakup tunnel” 10. A Midwest Winter (4:26) Very pretty light finger picking with delicate vocals that reflect some sort of nostalgia on life, love, and nature, again--slow paced

Track Listing
1.Today 6.Electric Sky
2.Julie 7.The Last Meal
3.Walk Home 8.All The World In Bloom
4.Joseph's Song 9.Healing
5.River 10.A Midwest Winter