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Giant Sand / Blurry Blue Mountain
Album:Blurry Blue Mountain Collection:General
Artist:Giant Sand Added:11/2010
Label:Fire Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2011-01-23 Pull Date:2011-03-27 
Week Ending:20 Mar27 Feb20 Feb13 Feb6 Feb30 Jan
Airplays:321232

Recent Airplay
1.Wed, 26 Sep 12:Andy S
Daydream Disaster
4.Thu, 17 Mar 11:Andy S
Daydream Disaster
2.Sat, 19 Mar 11:The Flying Dutchman
There and Back Again
5.Sat, 26 Feb 11:The Flying Dutchman
There and Back Again
3.Sat, 19 Mar 11:Eme O
Music Casserole
6.Thu, 24 Feb 11:Andy S
Daydream Disaster

Album Review
Kyle Vandenberg
Reviewed 2011-01-14 
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.
Kyle Vandenberg

Track Listing
1.Fields Of Green 8.Thin Line Man
2.Chunck Of Coal 9.No Tellin'
3.The Last One 10.Brand New Swamp Thing
4.Monk's Mountain 11.Erosion
5.Spell Bound 12.Time Flies
6.Ride The Rail 13.Better Man Than Me
7.Lucky Star Love 14.Love A Loser