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Fool's Gold may have been a packed-out party, with anywhere up to fifteen players contributing horns, keys, guitars and percussion, but every part was meticulously arranged and performed with a taut precision that recalled the original, real-deal Afrobeat orchestras of the s.
Closing ballad 'Lantern', meanwhile, is as soul-stirring as a dream meeting between Tinariwen and Al Green. But, ironically, in expanding their sound, these guys may have sacrificed the singular vision that previously defined them - and with it their individuality.
Posted in Columbus , Music , Wes Flexner. MP3: Nadine. This unique combination provides for a sound that is much more reverent and humble than other current bands of their ilk. Posted in Columbus , MP3. After more than a decade since emerging from the ashes of Greenhorn , and 8 months since solidifying the current version of membership, Dan Spurgeon leads the Bush League All-Stars in debuting Cedar Knees this Friday.
Reflecting the deep resumes of the members, all of whom have had success around town in the gamut of genres, the record varies from sweet to stomping but tends towards the latter. Most songs seem to fall somewhere in the spectrum between the smart piano alehouse-pop of the Hold Steady and a more visceral American camaro-rock. The release show is Friday, December 11th at The Summit. Hand-screened CDs make great stocking stuffers.Aug 18, · The album ends with “Lantern”, a classic, slow-burning ballad. Leave No Trace exemplifies Fool’s Gold’s versatility, a trend that will hopefully continue on future albums.