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Bird, Andrew / I Want To See Pulaski At Night
Album:I Want To See Pulaski At Night Collection:General
Artist:Bird, Andrew Added:Jan 2014
Label:Grimsey Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2014-01-24 Pull Date:2014-03-28 
Week Ending:Mar 23Mar 16Mar 9Mar 2Feb 23Feb 16Feb 9Feb 2

 Recent Airplay
1.Apr 21, 2022:KZSU Time Traveler (rebroadcast from Jul 30, 2021)
Pulaski At Night
4.Jul 30, 2021:KZSU Time Traveler
Pulaski At Night
2.Apr 15, 2022:Down the Rabbit Hole (rebroadcast from Apr 12, 2014)
Pulaski At Night
5.May 22, 2020:KZSU Time Traveler
Pulaski At Night
3.Aug 08, 2021:That's Not Bluegrass (rebroadcast from Mar 16, 2014)
Ethio Invention No. 2
6.Nov 22, 2019:KZSU Time Traveler
Pulaski At Night

Album Review
Francis D
Reviewed 2014-01-20 
“I Want to See Pulaski at Night” Andrew Bird
Latest from Andrew Bird is a 7-song set of indie folk-pop that’s all instrumental except for the title track. Reportedly, the title comes from a phrase uttered by a foreign exchange student who was interested in seeing a neighborhood in Chicago named after Polish and American revolutionary war hero, Casmir Pulaski. The instrumentals are all intricately layered, hypnotic loops demonstrating Bird’s musical prowess with the violin, resulting in a number of wonderful selections.
— Francis

Recommended: 4 (vocal), 1, 5, 7 No FCCs.

1. (6:46) Ethio Invention no. 1 – Harp-like plucking with swirls and swells of strings and guitar — building to a full symphonic sound. ***
2. (3:15) Lit from Underneath – Melodic, with plucked strings and flute-like whistling. Almost an Asian quality at times.
3. (1:09) Logan’s Loop – Folk-rockish. Strummy, with a prominent bass line. Can be played on Continuous as a short lead-in to the title track (#4).
4. (4:49) Pulaski at Night – Only vocal number on the CD. Starts tentatively with plucked strings, then becomes a whirling, swirling dance. “Come back to Chicago, City of Light.” ****
5. (3:29) Hover I – Delicate, proper, almost classical sound. Beautiful. ***
6. (4:41) Hover II – Multiple layers work together to create a compelling soundscape. Plucked and bowed strings with a dash of piano in places.
7. (8:18) Ethio Invention no. 2 – Plucked and rapidly bowed strings provide a rhythmic foundation for Bird’s soaring violin stylings in this lengthy and intricate instrumental.

Track Listing
1.Ethio Invention No. 1 4.Pulaski At Night
2.Lit From Underneath 5.Hover I
3.Logan's Loop 6.Hover Ii
 7.Ethio Invention No. 2