|Album:||I Speak Because I Can||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Marling, Laura||Added:||Apr 2010|
|Add Date:||2010-12-05||Pull Date:||2011-02-06|
|Week Ending:||Feb 6||Jan 30||Jan 23||Jan 16||Jan 9||Dec 12|
|1.||Feb 23, 2016:||The Library
|4.||Apr 19, 2014:||Down the Rabbit Hole
|2.||Jan 26, 2016:||The Library
|5.||Dec 13, 2013:||FOLKTRONICA
|3.||Jun 13, 2015:||Distractions
Hope In The Air
|6.||Jun 13, 2012:||Seize the Sounds
try: 1, 5, 7
*1. long fade in. ‘starts’ 40 sec in (3:00 from end). devil-themed square dance. banjo, tambourine, boot clicks. oh yeah. this thing cooks.
2. leisurely slide-audible acoustic guitar. upfront joni vox.
3. hella joni. laid back gentle guitar folk. strength-builder acoustic + banjo.
4. soft / gentle / quiet. ~12 sec lead-in. high-reg vox, sparse fingerpicked guitar. lone sad violin. “i have no reason to reason with you.”
*5. busy fingerpicking. plucked violin. swells and gets dark. great irregular vocal cadence. haunty scary hard guitar and tambourine not unlike, holy hell, tso’s carol of the bells.
6. fluttery flute/clarinet and light fingerpicked guitar. gentle powder-snow-on-rooftops song. “it’s good to hear that you believe in love even if said in fear.” dylan, totally.
*7. gloomy acoustic guitar and minor banjo, pedal-on piano. deep dark waltz. gets hard and agitated. builds and ends a rocky storm.
8. melancholy circular fingerpicked guitar and longing despairing lyrics. there’s a thin and sad story spidering through this one. it’s mythic.
9. cute cheerful doubled vox. picks up into a train-track rhythm barn dance... between languorous acapella pauses. fun, folky.
10. minor etudey fingerpicked guitar. slides into a waltzy slow-bang drag. shackle tambourine is involved. a builder.
|1.||Devil's Spoke||6.||Goodbye England|
|2.||Made By Maid||7.||Hope In The Air|
|3.||Rambling Man||8.||What He Wrote|
|4.||Blackberry Stone||9.||Darkness Descends|
|5.||Alpha Shallows||10.||I Speak Because I Can|