Saint Anne's Place | Earth Shaker

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Earth Shaker

by Saint Anne's Place

A raspy hushing practically purring simple sound, creating an alternating sense of menace and desperation from track to track.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. (I Can't) Let You Go
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4:21 album only
2. Nude
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3:18 album only
3. Speak Easy
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1:45 album only
4. Friend Song
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4:47 album only
5. Fool Proof
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5:09 album only
6. Black Cat Moan
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3:35 album only
7. Temujin
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1:07 album only
8. Genghis Khan
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In the last few years, few area acts have had the impact of Saint Anne’s Place. The young trio’s onstage energy is palatable, yes, but it’s their collective instrumental prowess that has consistently landed them on our ones-to-watch lists. On Earth Shaker, they nicely mine their live sets for eight tracks that speak to both their musicianship and their electric command of an audience. Take “Friend Song,” a nearly five-minute exercise in psychedelic riffing that weaves a somber story about saying good-bye before it explodes into a fury of guitars and cymbal crashing. Later, “Genghis Khan” draws on the trio’s blues chops to create a taut and tense number that nicely showcases frontman Jacob Cole’s raspy vocals and impressive guitar tech. If you’ve ever caught, or ever missed, a Saint Anne’s show, Earth Shaker is a must-have.


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