Allysen Callery | Hobgoblin's Hat

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Hobgoblin's Hat

by Allysen Callery

"Allysen Callery might be the Tim Burton of folk music, her dark songs often transporting us to somewhere otherworldly. "-Call It Folk
Genre: Folk: Psych-folk
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1. Tiny Armageddon
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2. Jack Jumps Back
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3. Hobgoblin's Hat
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4. Vincenzo Part II
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5. Button Boots
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6. Vincenzo Part I
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7. Little Star
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8. Mr. Moonlight
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9. Grey Wolf
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10. A Ring Around the Moon
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Album Notes
Named in Best of Albums of 2010 by the Providence Phoenix :
"Callery's finger-picking acoustic skills are trumped only by her gorgeous voice, and her poetic sophomore release (the follow-up to her '07 debut Hopey) is equal parts entrancing and beautiful. The first three songs ("Tiny Armageddon," "Jack Jumps Back" and the title track) lure the listener in, surefire lullabies to paralyze. If you still reach for the Mazzy Star disc once in a while, run out and grab Hobgoblin's Hat right now."-Chris Conti-Providence Phoenix

"Allysen Callery might be the Tim Burton of folk music, her dark songs often transporting us to somewhere otherworldly. Allysen Callery has one of those unmistakable voices, soft and sometimes child-like, supported by fingerpicked nylon string guitar. Her songs lurk about in that airy, brooding, imaginitive space of tigers and kings, the stuff of fairytales. Reminds me of fellow New Englander Marissa Nadler's songs. Highly recommended" - Call It Folk (May 01, 2010)



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