"Songs of the Turly Crio" is Goldoolins' 2nd album, following their 2004 self-titled debut.
O.D. Goldbart: Vocals, Classical Guitar, Piano, Harpsichord, Accordion, Kalimba, Hollow-Body Guitar and Percussion.
Tadlik N. Doolin: Vocals, Zither, Glockenspiel and Percussion.
E.T. Doolin: Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Mouth Harp, Mandola, Bass Guitar, Piano, Upright Bass and Percussion.
With Guest Appearances By:
Rickie Peled-Orr: Cello.
Erez Volk: Trombone.
Hilla Tzabari: Oboe.
Eli Aidlin: Trumpet.
Ma'ayan Carmeli: Violin.
Photography by Tadlik N. Doolin and David Yoshfe.
Album Design by Nurit Wind Kidron.
Engineered, arranged and produced by Goldoolins.
Mastered by Amit Poznansky and Goldoolins.
Here's what the critics have to say about this album:
"The world sure could have used more music like this in 2005."
Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide (4 out of 5 stars)
"A great album with integrity."
Gerald Van Waes, Psychedelic Folk Magazine, Belgium
"A gentle folk classic."
Simon Lewis, Terrascope Magazine, UK
"This is one of those rare albums where a band tests the boundaries of its sound, and not only shows that they have a lot of ideas but manages to make all of the efforts well worth listening to."
Mike Bennett, Fufkin Magazine, USA
"The Goldoolins do not waste time and release their second album less than a year after their debut release...The engaging trio handles a wide variety of instruments, but the songs also benefit from the presence of guest players that do a splendid job on wind and stringed instruments...
The folk foundation is still here, and so are the well crafted, often Beatles-esque songwriting and the beautiful vocal harmonies."
Avi Shaked, Maelstrom Magazine, USA
"The band’s benevolent, sunny and beautiful folk pop sounds like the 60’s never ended."
Dj Astro, Psychotropic Zone Magazine, Finland
"The vocal harmonies with their remarkable coordination take the magic of the first album one step further and make for a very enjoyable listen...there's a lot of charm there, a lot of qualities one does not encounter very often anymore."
Avi Bouhbouth, Qube Magazine, Israel
"Goldoolins, craftsmen of highly varied pop-folk...
the songs are graceful... a beautiful and happy-go-lucky record."
Alessandro Calzavara, Indiepop Magazine, Italy
"Songs of the Turly Crio is so challenging, and fulfills almost every parameter of my music’s barometer,
that I must start paying more attention to the Tel-Aviv connection, if there’s any, and its geographical branches (the Goldoolins hail from a place called Rehovot)."
Helder Gomes, Lost At Sea Magazine, USA