(2014) Frazey Ford - Indian The Depths [FLAC,Tracks] {100.XY}

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(2014) Frazey Ford — Indian Ocean

Frazey Ford is a Canadian choir girl-songwriter. She was a founding associate of The Be Laudatory Tanyas. Her individual come out Obadiah was released on Nettwerk on July 20, 2010.

Ford cites Arsis and Blues singers Ann Peebles, Roberta Flack, and Donny Hathaway as influences, and this is comprehensible in Obadiah. Jenny Charlesworth of The Georgia Square wrote that a few of the songs «swing with a dulcet neo-intellect overcome enlivened by buttery vocals». Ford also credits her disburden ardent parents (her confessor was an American postal order dodger who moved to Canada), and being a female parent as flourishing influences on her songwriting.

Obadiah takes its name from Ford«s bull»s-eye name «Obadiah». When she was born, her parents asked her brothers to elect her bull's-eye name; they definite to name her after their pet cat Obadiah that had recently run away.

Ford was raised in the Kootenays in Southeastern British Columbia, and Toronto. She currently resides in Vancouver.

The second individual yearn-participant from the Canadian clan-pop songstress and former Be Laudatory Tanya, Indian Oodles finds Frazey Ford enlisting the help of the celebrated Hi Arsis Portion, who were Al Green’s not-so-private weapons and the prime architects of the Memphis intellect echo during the Stax era, and kicking out a delight, draughty, and not surprisingly moving set of R&B-kissed fatherland-pop confections that echo as abiding as they do of a particular era. Falling somewhere between Cat Power, Carole Majesty, and Linda Ronstadt, Ford’s sophomore expedition dials rear on some of the on the nose, intellect-pop contrivances of 2010’s Obadiah, which while decent and surprising enough at the interval, at this locale sounds more like an unprincipled set of blueprints for what would in the final analysis become Indian Oodles. The songs and performances are quite more self-possessed, due in capacious go away to the near eternal aspect of some expert guests, most importantly the aforementioned sibling intellect alchemists Charles Hodges (hebdomadal), Leroy Hodges (bass), and Teenie Hodges (guitar), the latter of whom passed away during the recording of the album, and standout cuts like the fantastic ready to drop “September Fields,” the bluesy and evocative “Runnin’,” the certainty-tinged “Season After Opportunity Ripe,” and the epic and elegiac interest forget bring about with them a patina of -carat, tube-driven, smoky goodness that surrounds the listener in a cloud of nostalgia that yields no self-comprehensible compass points. Indian Oodles is sad, charming, and delight as an August afternoon, and while its charms may deem old-fashioned and better suited to vinyl, the hardships it details are undeniably concurrent, and their conclusions oddly comforting.

Rating 7/10

(2014) Frazey Ford — Indian The Depths [FLAC,Tracks] {100.XY}

01 September Fields
02 Runnin'
03 You're Not Free
04 Done
05 Three Palmy Trees
06 You Got Religion
07 Opportunity Ripe After Season
08 Unstudied Law
09 Poorly Pattern
10 Indian Ocean
11 Track11

Fatherland: Canada
Kind: Americana, Soul

Media Description:
Originator : CD
Order : FLAC
Format/Info : Disburden Lossless Audio Codec, 16-bit PCM
Bit figure methodology : Variable
Bit figure : ~624-855 Kbps
Direct(s) : 2 channels
Sampling figure : 44.1 KHz
Bit in detail : 16 bits

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