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still valley

by still valley

Ten creaky little songs that suggest Iron and Wine's Sam Beam having a drink with Tom Waits in a lonely Vermont tavern, while Leo Kottke nurses a double bourbon in a dark corner. Includes a cover of Ween's "Sarah."
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. Lily On a Boat Out At Sea
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2. Had That Dream Again
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3. My Angel
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4. Sarah
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5. The Bedwetter
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6. Half a Bottle Left
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7. Rattle Them Chains
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8. Anathemas
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9. Hung Up and Hung Over
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10. Burnt Toast
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Album Notes
Here is the first in a series of projects by Still Valley, the musical moniker of one Chris Branaman, a deft instrumentalist and songwriter from the back roads of Medora, Indiana. Here he beautifully and bravely incorporates elements of banjo, acoustic guitar, keyboards, Fender electric, vocal percussion effects and pizza pan to create an evocative landscape of lonely sound.

Four instrumentals and six vocally-driven songs take you through 28 minutes of Branaman's musical vision, his Midwestern roots, and his varied spectrum of influences.


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