Lindsey, Graham / Mine Ep, The
Album: Mine Ep, The   Collection:General
Artist:Lindsey, Graham   Added:Feb 2009
Label:(No Label Information)  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2009-05-31 Pull Date: 2009-08-02
Week Ending: Jul 26 Jul 12 Jul 5 Jun 14 Jun 7
Airplays: 1 1 1 1 3

Recent Airplay
1. Jul 19, 2009: Jokers Wild
The Angel Of Death
4. Jun 11, 2009: The Songsmith Show
No Way Out But Down
2. Jul 09, 2009: Smartie Pop
Come Gather 'round The Mine
5. Jun 04, 2009: Death Row Radio
The Angel Of Death
3. Jul 02, 2009: The Songsmith Show
Desperate Man
6. Jun 03, 2009: Slowcore Special

Album Review
Adam Pearson
Reviewed 2009-05-15
Vacillates between country Americana mountain music and folk, and everywhere in between. Graham Lindsey’s voice sounds like a country-tinged blend of Scott Chernoff (of Molasses) and Bob Dylan. For fans of Dylan, Woody Guthrie, and Americana. All tracks are strong. I just want to direct you to the pathos-loaded track 4 because that one is my favorite. No FCCs.

1. Lots of banjo, fiddle. Straddles country and folk at the same time; a short rhythmic romp. (2:05)
2. Hank Williams cover. Slower, strummy, more laid back. Stripped down acoustic guitar and vocals only; singer-songwriter-y. (3:06)
3. Banjo intro. Vocal performance is great, song builds in intensity. Apparently there are dogs barking on this track, too. (3:59)
**4. Slow acoustic guitar, pedal steel guitar, melodic, affecting chord progression, and harmonica. This is a really beautiful, melodramatic song and features strong lyrics—The kind of thing that I fall for. (5:34)
5. More country Americana stuff with fiddle and banjo, pretty good track. (2:59)
6. Simple folk ballad with fiddle. Really Dylan-esque with vocal delivery, track length, verses, and guitar part. Only the fiddle prevents this from being a Bob song. (9:22)

Track Listing
1. Come Gather 'round The Mine   4. Everything
2. The Angel Of Death   5. Nobody Gonna Miss Me
3. No Way Out But Down   6. Desperate Man