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Live at the Freight & Salvage

Live at the Freight & Salvage

  • Door Three at Last
  • Release 25-3-2010
  • Muziekgenre Folk
  • Media-indeling CD
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ALBUM REVIEW by SCOTT TOLMIE: Over the last few years I've found myself less and less drawn to bands, and drawn more and more to singer/songwriters. Luckily for all of us, it turns out this is an oversimplification we don't have to live with. On 'Live at the Freight & Salvage', Three at Last combines the energy and chemistry that are characteristic of the best bands with the purely personal presence of the best singer/songwriters. From the opening songs, it's clear that these are artists who both support and challenge each other. That there are three songwriters here who are also multi-instrumentalists means that each song feels uniquely conceived, and with the inspired range of three part harmonies, there is a diversity and freshness to their entire set that kept me listening in that way you do when you both love and are being surprised by what you're hearing from moment to moment. Velvy Appleton's 'Our World Now' speaks to the essential stepping away from the noise and hysteria of all that is not experienced first hand, and toward all that is purely personal, tactile and shared. Anita Sandwina's 'Iowa Heart'- on which she plays some brilliant guitar- owns that for her Iowa is a landscape of someone too, vast and distant and present and sharing all at once. Appleton's opening guitar line for Ginger Parish's 'This Fine Line' has the ticklish beauty of some of the best Afro-Pop, and embodies the playful and complex balance between self-preservation and opening to the future the song explores. Parish's visionary vocal solo on 'Once' is hypnotic, opening the emotional content of the song as it goes, and beautiful in a way I've not heard before. Three at Last have this amazing quality of being both reflective and present, of savoring past experience and this moment with us simultaneously, while teasing fun - and what other word is there?- love from it all. Scott Johnson's percussion brings it's friendly authority to the mix too, as does the brilliant sound of the Freight. 'Live at the Freight & Salvage' is a great place to start with Three at Last on the way to catching one of their live shows.

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Kunstenaar: Three at Last
Titel: Live at the Freight & Salvage
Genre: Folk
Releasedatum: 25-3-2010
Label: CD Baby
Media-indeling: CD
UPC: 700261296678

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