|Album:||Honky Tonk Medusa||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Quinn, Donovan||Added:||Jan 2012|
|Label:||Northern Spy Records|
|Add Date:||2012-03-02||Pull Date:||2012-05-05|
|Week Ending:||Mar 25||Mar 18||Mar 11|
|1.||Mar 19, 2012:||Ghost Trees
|3.||Mar 08, 2012:||American Beauty
|2.||Mar 14, 2012:||Modern Donkey - Melody Variation Part 1
We Called Her Slow Snow
|4.||Mar 05, 2012:||Ghost Trees
1) I Wanna Be Your Dogstar (0:43): Slow, introductory track with a pretty chorus.
2) Laughing City (4:45): slow track, typical folk rock instruments.
3) Night Shift (7:11): folksy track made unique by lots of distortion. At 1:16, the vocals cut out to just distortion. Then at 2:53 minutes, there are inaudible vocals. At 3:55, everything fades out, and the vocals return. At at 4:22, the song becomes a mellow folk instrumental.
**4) My Wife (4:12): Slow whispering love song, like Springsteen’s “I’m on Fire”.
5) Shadow on the Stone (3:38): Soft acoustic track. At 52 seconds, may be an FCC—can’t tell if it’s “shipped” or “shit”.
6) Dying City (3:40): Song actually starts at 0:05 after five seconds of inaudible voices. Starts as if it’s just another another slow, soft acoustic track, but as the song progresses the guitar is joined by numerous other instruments.
**7) We Called her Slow Snow (2:43): Slow tempo, interesting lyrics, subtle harmonies.
**8) The States (2:58): Slow piano-centric track, feels less folksy than rest of the album. Is almost like Radiohead’s “Pyramid Song”
9) In the Bag (1:54): Synth-driven slow burner with odd computer sounds in the last :30
**10) Love in an Evil World (4:42): Another quiet track with subtle but pretty guitar riff.
|1.||I Wanna Be Your Dogstar||6.||Dying City|
|2.||Laughing City||7.||We Called Her Slow Snow|
|3.||Night Shift||8.||The States|
|4.||My Wife||9.||In The Bag|
|5.||Shadow On The Stone||10.||Love In An Evil World|