Joanna Mell - Songs and Stories mp3 downloadPerformer: Joanna Mell
Title: Songs and Stories
Released: October 30, 2001
Size MP3 version: 1745 mb
Size FLAC version: 1290 mb
Size WMA version: 1910 mb
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Joanna Mell - Songs and Stories mp3 download
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Ys (/ˈiːs/ EESS) is the second studio album by American musician Joanna Newsom. It was released by Drag City on November 6, 2006. The album was produced by Newsom and Van Dyke Parks, recorded by Steve Albini, mixed by Jim O'Rourke, with accompanying orchestral arrangements by Van Dyke Parks. It features guest vocals from Newsom's then-boyfriend Bill Callahan and from her sister, Emily Newsom
Songs and Stories is a studio album by George Benson. The album was released by Concord on August 25, 2009. The album was produced by John Burk and Marcus Miller and featured a host of guest musicians. George Benson – vocals (1-12), guitar (1, 3-13), guitar solo (2). Toninho Horta – acoustic guitar (1, 12). Paul Jackson Jr. – guitar (2, 3). John "Jubu" Smith – guitar (2-5, 7-11). Steve Lukather – guitar (3). Norman Brown – guitar (6), vocals (6). Wah Wah Watson – guitar (8, 11).
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The biggest tragedy concerning Joanna Newsom's brave, marvelous new album, Ys, would be if everyone sat there listening to it like bored middle-school kids at an amateur Shakespeare production. Newsom's copious, knotty verse is far removed from that of the old poet, but its effect on the crowd is similar: Yes, it's hard to follow without the lyric sheet, it takes a few passes to catch the nuances, and all that drama can seem like something of a history lesson.
It’s only been 13 years since Joanna Newsom’s debut LP The Milk-Eyed Mender but she is already firmly established as one of the preeminent songwriters working today. The warning signs are all there-an immediately recognizable and totally inimitable style, the respect her contemporaries, an uncompromising vision that eschews traditional pop, and enough commercial success to allow her to follow her calling on her own terms. Most of all, Newsom makes music that is both challenging enough to reward continuous study and beautiful enough to impress on the first listen.
Any fan of Joanna Newsom knows that to love her is to defend her. Her acolytes find ourselves defining her by what she is not: Not a waif, not an ethereal woodland sprite, not even really a folk musician. This habitual defensiveness is most common among music critics, who, in our eagerness to subvert a popular narrative, may have inadvertently kept it alive. But the truth is that Newsom long ago shook off the easy and obvious tropes that she initially accrued as a folk-adjacent female harpist
|2||March of the King of Laois||Joanna Mell||1:36|
|3||Turlough O'Carolan and the Gift of St. Bridget||Joanna Mell||18:44|
|4||Bonny Portmore||Joanna Mell||4:20|
|5||The Foggy Dew||Joanna Mell||5:23|
|6||I Dreamed My Love||Joanna Mell||18:33|
|7||Limerick Lament||Joanna Mell||3:03|
|8||Fear a Bhata||Joanna Mell||5:17|