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Awna Teixeira - Where the Darkness Goes (2012)

12-02-2015, 18:58
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Awna Teixeira - Where the Darkness Goes (2012)

Artist: Awna Teixeira
Title Of Album: Where the Darkness Goes
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Hazy Tales Music
Genre: Folk, Contemporary Folk, Country, Singer-Songwriter
Format: Mp3 | Flac
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 47:42 Min
Total Size: 116 Mb | 276 Mb


1. Stand Tall
2. Minha Querida
3. Where The Darkness Goes
4. Some Kind Of Dream
5. Faden
6. Prince Of The Park
7. Rest Your Mind
8. Stargazer
9. The Little Review
10. Little Piggy
11. Blooming Bounty

Awna Teixeira's album gets off to a flying start with the pulsating, banjo-driven Stand Tall, and the rest of Where The Darkness Goes delivers on the first song's promise.
Teixeira, who is taking a break from her work with Canadian band Po' Girl, is an accomplished multi-instrumentalist and she shows off her accordion skills with the jaunty and pleasantly odd Minha Querida, a love song to her first and best-loved accordion.
Teixeira is part-Portuguese and there is an sultry quality to her fluent voice. Her songwriting is strong, with Where The Darkness Goes, Faden and The Little Review among the pick of the 11 songs. The Chicago-based backing musicians include Po' Girl's Alice Russell (vocals), Michael August (drums), Drew Lindsay (piano) and Chris Neal (organ, horn arrangements) on an album co-produced by Teixeira with Zach Goheen.
It's nicely quirky, too, and Little Piggy sounds like something Mae West would have sung in a saloon. A very good debut and it's hard not to like someone who lists their instruments as including guitars, organ, ukulele, glockenspiel and "knee slaps and foot stomps".

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