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Hartman, Odetta / Old Rockhounds Never Die
Album:Old Rockhounds Never Die Collection:General
Artist:Hartman, Odetta Added:Jul 2019
Label:Northern Spy Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2019-07-08 Pull Date:2019-09-09 
Week Ending:Sep 1Aug 25Aug 18Aug 11Aug 4Jul 28Jul 21Jul 14

 Recent Airplay
1.Aug 20, 2021:Butter and Jams (rebroadcast from Aug 9, 2019)
You You, Smoke Break
4.Sep 14, 2019:Music Casserole
2.Jun 15, 2021:Music Casserole (rebroadcast from Sep 14, 2019)
5.Aug 31, 2019:Buford J. Sharkley Presents: As Told to Hervey Okkles
Sweet Teeth
3.Sep 15, 2019:Audio Ambrosia
Cowboy Song
6.Aug 27, 2019:Tree Talk
Widow's Peak, Old Rockhounds

Album Review
DJ Osud
Reviewed 2019-07-02 
Odetta Hartman– Old Rockhounds Never Die
Reviewed by DJ Osud

RIYL: Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen, Yowler

The second album from Odetta Hartman, a New York-based future folk/cowboy soul artist. Both old-school and somewhat futuristic and experimental, this is an awesome record with intriguing instrumentation and engaging vocals. 12 is the most intriguing but also sounds quite violent with *a lot of gunshot noises*

Be sure to read the song description if you want to play something because some songs will cut with 30+ seconds left with only silence/occasional random noises afterwards. 

No FCCs detected (12 sounds quite violent, see note)
Favorites: 2, 3, 12

1. (0:47) **Old Rockhounds — Sound production makes it seem like you’re hearing a record play of this song, achieving a nice effect
2. (2:14) ***Cowboy Song — Whimsical, cuts off with ~7 seconds of silence
3. (2:44) ***You You —  Sweet, earnest love song, cuts off with ~5 seconds of silence
4. (3:51) *(**recommend cut off at 3:17) Widow’s Peak — Forboding, kind of sad, really interesting distortion on vocals, great instrumentation throughout, turns kind of dissonant/chaotic in the last minute, then just has sounds of everyday life/shuffling around for the last ~35 seconds
5. (2:41) Sweet Teeth — Tantalizing in the first half, great beat in the second half
6. (0:32) Auto — Strums of some kind of instrument with some humming
7. (1:38) ** Honey — Toned down Adele, awesome banjo, last 10 seconds is silence
8. (0:59)** Smoke Break — A more hip version of that elevator music you hear when you’re told to wait in line on the phone, last 10 seconds is silence
9. (2:49) **The Ocean — Laid back, with sounds of water/ocean, soft, charming vocals, drastic mood shift in the last 45 seconds to forboding and reflective, cuts off with 6 seconds of silence
10. (1:54) ** Spit — Awesome beat and sound effects in last half, wispy vocals and charming banjo, cuts off with ~10 seconds of silence 
11. (0:37) Freedom — Abstract noise
12. (3:17) ***(Many sounds of gunshots; recommend cut off at 2:52) Misery — Angsty, made even angstier by a great banjo and gunshot noises/sirens,  lyrics allude to murder, great vocals, last 25 seconds is intermittent voices/mostly silence
13. (1:10) Dettifoss — Great strings, beat, all instrumentation, cuts off with ~10 seconds of silence 
14. (5:03) Carbon Copy (**recommend cut off at 2:50) — 1st 15 seconds mostly silence/chirpy noises, kind of melancholy, ***silence*** starting from ~2:50 with really brief bird noises 
15. (2:22) (Still Alive) — Deep, distorted, disturbing a cappella voice slowly singing lyrics from 1st song on album

Track Listing
1.Old Rockhounds 8.Smoke Break
2.Cowboy Song 9.The Ocean
3.You You 10.Spit
4.Widow's Peak 11.Freedom
5.Sweet Teeth 12.Misery
6.Auto 13.Dettifoss
7.Honey 14.Carbon Copy
 15.(Still Alive)