Scott Tuma | Dandelion

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Dandelion

by Scott Tuma

" You could call Tuma’s solo work “acoustic” or “avant-garde”, but it won’t explain what he’s doing, and it won’t tell you how devastatingly beautiful his music is on Dandelion." - Matthew Fiander, Pop Matters
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. San Luis Freeze
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2. Old Woman
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1:09 album only
3. Red Roses for Me
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5:52 album only
4. Oakum
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0:46 album only
5. Again and Again
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4:45 album only
6. Hope Jones (Jason's Song)
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3:43 album only
7. Free Dirt
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8:40 album only
8. True History
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3:49 album only
9. The Roses Are Red
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10. Intermission
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11. Smallpipes 1
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12. Smallpipes 2
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" Mr. Tuma is in blessed form, ever the torch bearer for consistency and beautifully skeletal folk majesty. Dandelion is full up to every cobwebbed nook an cranny with Tuma’s elegant guitars and banjos pinging gently over the top of one another, laying a subtle hay strewn groundwork for lurching organ melodies and airy field samples. If you are familiar with Tuma, these types of descriptors are pretty standard. Tuma has pretty much mastered the art of phantasmically gorgeous folk. However, this time around, in addition to ghostly gorgeous, is the frenzied spooky. "
- Thistle, writing on "Forest Gospel" Website


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