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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0001292881612
Item Dimensions: 5055021525
Label: Shout Factory
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Shout Factory
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: August 26, 2003
Publisher: Shout Factory
Release Date: April 01, 2008
Studio: Shout Factory




Disc 1:
  1. Gone In Pawn (Shake Sugaree)
  2. Bad Luck Day Baby
  3. City Song
  4. Bleak St.
  5. Shameless
  6. Malaise Days
  7. Cold Hungry Blues
  8. Backstairs Down
  9. Abilene
  10. Wheels Are Taking Me Away
  11. What Sad Old Song
  12. Lullabye
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Editorial Review:

Amazon.com:
The Be Good Tanyas broke out of Vancouver with a style that mixed mountain music with just a hint of urban funk. Po' Girl, an offshoot project with BGT singer-guitarist-banjo picker Trish Klein and another Vancouver folkie, Allison Russell, mines a similar vein of back-porch, acoustic intimacy, but moves the music from the hills and hollers of Appalachia to the moss-drenched balconies of Nawlins. Russell's singing evidences a slurred, breathy quality similar to Klein's BGT partners Frazey Ford and Samantha Parton--the Vancouver sound seems to involve a sort of mumbled, intermittently intelligible delivery that is no less evocative for being difficult to decipher. On "Bad Luck Day Baby" Russell breaks it up with bluesy belting that recalls a more energetic Norah Jones. "Bleak St." shows that, like the Tanyas, Po' Girl can groove without getting loud, and they write songs that rest comfortably alongside classic tunes like Lester Brown's "Abilene." They may even be great songs: it would be easier to tell if you could understand more of the words. Still, BGT fans won't be disappointed, nor will anyone interested in what folk might sound like in the future. --Michael Ross



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