|Giant Sand / Blurry Blue Mountain|
|Album:||Blurry Blue Mountain||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Giant Sand||Added:||Nov 2010|
|Add Date:||2011-01-23||Pull Date:||2011-03-27|
|Week Ending:||Mar 20||Feb 27||Feb 20||Feb 13||Feb 6||Jan 30|
|1.||Sep 26, 2012:||Daydream Disaster |
Fields Of Green
|4.||Mar 17, 2011:||Daydream Disaster |
The Last One
|2.||Mar 19, 2011:||There and Back Again |
|5.||Feb 26, 2011:||There and Back Again |
Love A Loser
|3.||Mar 19, 2011:||Music Casserole |
Chunck Of Coal
|6.||Feb 24, 2011:||Daydream Disaster |
Better Man Than Me
Giant Sand: Blurry Blue Mountain Sounding like a more modern version of Bob Seger, Dire Straits, or Jackson Browne, this group is acoustic, downtempo, and contemplative, with calm instrumentals and spare/breathless vocals. FCC clean. Try 2, 8, 12.|
1) Calmly morose, apathetic vocals.
2) Deliberately melancholic piano and vocals.
3) Country-ish, despondent.
4) Driven by multiple guitar lines and almost spoken vocals.
5) Echo-y vocals and guitar.
6) Spoken vocals, Dire Straits-sounding guitar.
7) Mellow, jazzy piano.
8) The loudest/fastest track on the album. Rockin’.
9) Contemplative guitar line.
10) Funky and upbeat.
11) Solid country sound.
12) Just piano and vocals. Like a pianoman crooning in the bar.
13) Like the steady, laid-back rock n’ roll of old.
14) Wow, sounds very close to Jackson Browne here.
|1.||Fields Of Green||8.||Thin Line Man|
|2.||Chunck Of Coal||9.||No Tellin'|
|3.||The Last One||10.||Brand New Swamp Thing|
|5.||Spell Bound||12.||Time Flies|
|6.||Ride The Rail||13.||Better Man Than Me|
|7.||Lucky Star Love||14.||Love A Loser|