Emilia Dahlin | Rattle Them Bones

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Rattle Them Bones

by Emilia Dahlin

Acoustic Roots With a Vintage Jazz Twist that's genre expanding - from samba to sea shanty.
Genre: Folk: Jazzy folk
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1. Old Man Winter
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2. Rattle Them Bones
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3. Cast
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4. Sweet Annie
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5. Evangeline
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6. Be My Husband
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7. La Fin
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8. Sweet Annie (Radio Edit)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Ranging from samba to sea shanty, Rattle Them Bones is Emilia's most genre-expanding work yet. Collaboration with long-time bassist, Adam Frederick, proves to be a strong pairing. A Tom Waitsian mélange of accordion, trash can, glockenspiel and ambient sound recordings grace the stripped down tracks of acoustic guitar and upright bass, recorded at the WERS studios in Boston. It was mastered, manufactured, and printed in Portland, Maine at Acadia Recording Co.

Dahlin is a "self-made original" who's garnered accolades as Winner of the Great Waters Songwriting Contest in Wolfboro, NH, Winner of the Starbucks Music Makers Regional Competition, Finalist in the Telluride Bluegrass Troubadour Competition, and Portland's Best Female Vocalist from 2005-2007.


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Adam Vachon

Fantastic as always!
Emilia's latest album had me hooked the whole way through, and after listening to it through (three times), I found that I had to go back and listen to her two previous albums. I listened to all three constantly for weeks after!

Kotaro Shiyama

sweet
very nice !