Grizzly Bear | Horn of Plenty with Bonus

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Horn of Plenty with Bonus

by Grizzly Bear

Grizzly Bear captured its etherized folk on the beautiful Horn of Plenty (Kanine), a dreamy, evocative record that sounds like it was recorded a mile below sea level.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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2. Don't Ask
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3. Alligator
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4. Campfire
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5. Shift
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6. Disappearing Act
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7. Fix It
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8. Merge
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9. A Good Place
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10. Showcase
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11. La Duchess Anne
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12. Eavesdropping
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13. Service Bell
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14. This Song
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15. Campfire (Efterklang)
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16. Merge (Dntel)
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17. A Good Place (Soft Pink Truth)
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18. Eavesdropping (Simon Bookish)
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19. Don't Ask (Alpha)
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20. Fix It (Solex)
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21. Deep Sea Diver (The Bomarr Monk)
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22. Shift (Son)
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23. Showcase (Phillip)
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24. La Duchess Anne (Safety Scissors)
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25. Service Bell (Black Moustache)
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26. This Song (Dr. Cuerpo of The Double)
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27. Disappearing Act (Ariel Pink)
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28. Campfire (Hisham Bharoocha & Rusty Santos)
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29. Don't Ask (Final Fantasy)
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30. Shift (Circlesquare)
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31. Deep Sea Diver (Castanets)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Grizzly Bear is romantic, emotional, dreamy and sincere. It combines the quirkiness of Animal Collective in the form of a Syd Barrett solo project.

Ed Droste started Grizzly Bear music as a pet project meant only for friends, but it has taken on a life of its own, circulating widely. During a long fifteen-month hibernation in his cozy Greenpoint apartment, Droste laid the groundwork for Grizzly Bear's first album, Horn of Plenty. Upon completion of this "demo," Droste enlisted the help of a real bear, Christopher Bear, who breathed new life and sounds to the work. The result, Horn of Plenty, is a nostalgic amalgamation of found sounds and layered vocals bound to thrill fans of Sufjan Stevens, Nick Drake, Animal Collective, and the Unicorns.

With their debut album out now on Kanine Records, Grizzly Bear has been spreading their gospel as a live act with the addition of Chris Taylor, playing reeds and electronics, and Dan Rossen, adding more vocals and guitar, to the group. With three voices, guitar, clarinet, percussion, and colorful effects, Grizzly Bear's live sound maintains the dreamy, subdued qualities of "Horn of Plenty", yet explores a more electric and psychedelic path, leading to a dynamic and mesmerizing concert experience.


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Ruairi Daly

Horn of Plenty
Great debut album by Grizzly Bear, plus the remixes.
Quality music!