Sunday, August 18, 2013

Emma Hill - The Black and Wretched Blue

I’ve never been to Alaska, but I’d like to imagine in the quiet of the wilderness the winds echo with the beauty of Emma Hill’s voice.
She released her fourth album “The Black and Wretched Blue” on March 26th of this year
Mastered by Jeff Lipton at Peerless (known for his work with indie icons like Bon Iver and Andrew Bird)
The Black and Wretched Blue available on Bandcamp, iTunes, CDBaby

1. The Black and Wretched Blue
2. A Pilot's Goodbye
3. The Little Wolves Cried
4. Crushin'
5. A Hundred Homes
6. Fallin' for a Girl
7. For Jimbo
8. I Was Eighteen
9. The Arrow Is Sharp
10. Life On the Road
11. The Big Lonely
12. Call On Home
13. Miss You Tonight (Hidden Track)

Emma Hill - lead vocals, acoustic guitar, percussion
Bryan Daste - vocals, pedal steel guitar, banjo, Ashbory bass, 12-string guitars, saw, harmonium, melodica, glockenspiel, percussion, string & horn arrangements
Aarun Carter - fiddle on 5, 8, 10
Corwyn Wilkey - trumpet
Christian McKee - mandolin
Andrew Nelson - drums on 1-5, 7, 9, 11, 12
Adam Mack - drums on 6, 8, 10; percussion on 8, 10
Mont Chris Hubbard - piano, organ
Eric Tergerson - violin, viola
Jessie Dettwiler - Cello

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