Dachshund | The Ballad of Shorty Long

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The Ballad of Shorty Long

by Dachshund

Angular but straightforward, simple but complex, lyrical but heavy: The Ballad of Shorty Long is a technicolor showcase of our brand of left-of-center songwriting. This is music that goes down smooth, even as it defies easy categorization.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. Hills to Climb
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2. Illegitimate One
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4:37 $0.99
3. Divisionary
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4:58 $0.99
4. The Ballad of Shorty Long
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1:45 $0.99
5. Sleep Tight
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5:04 $0.99
6. I Know
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5:27 $0.99
7. Felix Under the Stairs
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8. Nothing to Say
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Angular but straightforward, simple but complex, lyrical but heavy: The Ballad of Shorty Long is a technicolor showcase of our brand of left-of-center songwriting. This is music that goes down smooth, even as it defies easy categorization.

From the odd-meter “Fleetwood Mac meets Radiohead” lope of Hills To Climb, to the manic satirical jazz-pop of Sleep Tight, to the eerie “post-punk malt-shop” sweep of Nothing To Say, the album packs a surprisingly diverse sound. And yet, as one song proceeds to the next, a sense of flow develops, giving this collection a real “whole album” kind of feel.


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