Pour Horse | Flood Lake City

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Flood Lake City

by Pour Horse

A funky rock 'n' roll experience slathered in a smooth sauce explosion. (This album was recorded live in the studio on 2" analog tape)
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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2. But, I Don't Wanna Get Dressed
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3. Tiny Places
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4. Just
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5. Them Tops
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6. Luck To...?
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Album Notes
Pour Horse = Fiona Apple + Joe Bonamassa
Listed as alternative, a spin of Pour Horse’s recent release raises the question: Alternative to what? Hearing the tight knit of funk, R&B, rock, blues and jazz, one must answer: an alternative to “alternative.” Pour Horse is a standing retort to whatever buttless musical twaddle has made alternative synonymous with “generic.” Keyboardist Nik Grainger sings actual soulful melodies—something woefully lacking among male-fronted acts—which he inflects with dark chord voicings. Further, the band arranges keys and guitar (Jeremy Whitesides) as complements rather than mere doubles of one another. Performances of such finesse are only possible from musician’s musicians, and, indeed, other bands comprise the better part of Pour Horse’s audience. More should lend an ear. –Brian Kubarycz of slugmag.com


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