|Joyner, Simon / Out Into The Snow|
|Album:||Out Into The Snow||Collection:||General|
|Label:||Team Love Records|
|Add Date:||2009-11-15||Pull Date:||2010-01-17|
|Week Ending:||27 Dec||13 Dec||29 Nov|
|1.||Thu, 21 Jan 10:||Alma Mahler|
The Machine Stops
|3.||Sat, 12 Dec 09:||Edwin|
lost and found
|2.||Fri, 25 Dec 09:||Barbra Anne|
The Courtesy Flush - the tiger woods holiday spectacular
|4.||Tue, 24 Nov 09:||Sarah Bellum|
that's not bluegrass
|Ragnar of Ravensfjord|
Rather good singer-songwriter from the very prolific Mr. Joyner. Many a tune in the realm of Lee Hazelwood, Lou Reed, Bob Dylan, Neil Young and even Black Heart Procession. He’s apparently a big influence on Bright Eyes as he’s from the same city (Omaha, Nebraska) as them. |
(((((1))))) Lou Reed-y vocals, slow but moving electric country twang.
((((2)))) Bob Dylan/Lou Reed mix with sad, slow ballad tempo focused on piano and guitar, flute and a bit of pedal steel. Sounds best once it picks up a bit.
(((((3))))) Female vocal backing vocals, slowly strumming guitars, slow trickles of pedal steel and glockenspiel.
(((((4))))) Acoustic guitars, “sounds like he’s 5 ft. away” vocals, similar to a country-fried Dylan and Neil Young in the early 70’s.
((((((5))))) Slow, cascading and sort of dark ballary in the vein of Black Heart Procession.
(((((((6))))))) Excellent, sparse country folk with a Lee Hazelwood-ish vocal vibe (though nowhere near as bassy/deep).
(((((7))))) Dual female and male vocal duet with a strong 70’s country-folk feeling. Interesting lyrics like: “Toasted all the heads not yet hung”.
((((8)))) Dylan-ish, swaggery wobbly folk rock ramblers played on an Omaha porch after a few dozen strong beers.
|1.||The Drunken Boat||5.||Last Evening On Earth|
|2.||The Arsonist||6.||Peace In My Time|
|3.||Ambulances||7.||Out Into The Snow|
|4.||Sunday Morning Song For Sarah||8.||Roll On|