Tall Firs / Tall Firs
Album: Tall Firs   Collection:General
Artist:Tall Firs   Added:Oct 2006
Label:Ecstatic Peace  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2007-02-25 Pull Date: 2007-04-29
Week Ending: Apr 15 Mar 11 Mar 4
Airplays: 1 1 4

Recent Airplay
1. Apr 09, 2007: Something about music
Ust Our Friends
4. Mar 01, 2007: Sunshine ... in the Afternoon (Full Moon)
The Breeze
2. Mar 08, 2007: Fiction Romance
Don't Complain
5. Feb 28, 2007: JaEran Mukamel (ambivalent hardcore)
The Breeze
3. Mar 03, 2007: Biff Bang Pow
The Breeze
6. Feb 26, 2007: Municipal Waste & KZSU2-Tech
Road To Ruin

Album Review
Paul Holowko
Reviewed 2007-02-20
Underground, Electronic Folk, ballads mostly with acoustic guitar. Sounds like early Beck (Sea Change, but not as good and/nor as eclectic in timbre). All songs have vocals and sound about the same. Faves (4,5,8) Lyrics are centered around world peace and tree kissing. Tall Firs were formed in 1990 when teenagers Dave Mies and Aaron Mullan taught one another to play guitar over the telephone in Annapolis, Maryland. Eleven years later they played their first gig, having crawled to Brooklyn, NY in the interim. Current band members are: Dave Mies, Aaron Mullan, Ryan Sawyer. No FCCs Reviewed by Paul Holowko

No FCCs Reviewed by Paul Holowko

1. Acoustic guitar riff with soft-spoken voice singing. Bouncing bass and acoustic guitar. Sudden end.
5. ** Nice soft start. Air male voice counter balancing acoustic guitar.
6. ** Nice under moving riff with intermingling keyboard rhythms.
7. Starts with a ringing guitar strumming in unison with the vocals. Song is soft and peaceful.
8. ** Long instrumental intro. Sounds like something that belongs on the O.C. during some soul search sequence.


Track Listing
1. More To Come   6. The Breeze
2. Don't Complain   7. Road To Ruin
3. Go Whiskey   8. Soilder On
4. Buddy/Baby   9. The Well
5. Ust Our Friends   10. The Woods
  11. Don't Prey On Me