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Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside - Dirty Radio (2011) Lossless

13-02-2015, 19:25
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Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside - Dirty Radio (2011) Lossless

Artist: Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside
Title Of Album: Dirty Radio
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: Partisan Records
Genre: Indie Rock, Alt Country
Format: Flac
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 37:26 Min
Total Size: 236 Mb


01. I Swear
02. Danger
03. Cage
04. Poison Milk
05. Against The Law
06. Thirteen Years Old
07. This Crew
08. Write Me A Letter
09. Where Did You Go?
10. Miles
11. Nightmares

'Best Band of 2010'! - Willamette Week

One of the most stunning and arresting voices in music!

Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside vigorously mines a sweet spot between modern and vintage. Sallie's voice has elicited comparisons to classic jazz and blues icons, yet it is stoked with the fire of youth and rebellion, too, an instrument capable of conveying raw emotion and nuanced artistry in the same breath.

Since 2008, Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside has been intertwining elements of swinging roots rock, country, jazz, and blues with a contemporary lyrical stance and Ford's instantly recognizable voice. The Portland quartet has steadily ascended through the ranks, earning a growing following throughout the Pacific Northwest.

For a thumbnail sketch of the band s aesthetic, lend an ear to 'Write Me A Letter,' wherein Sallie reminisces about snail mail correspondence while referencing contemporary authors and musicians. 'Against the Law' juxtaposes skeletal percussion and haunting guitar licks with Sallie s blunt carnality, while 'Miles' and 'Thirteen Years Old' show off a more torchy side, complete with judicious fiddle.

Public enthusiasm for the band s live shows and its self-released 2009 EP Not An Animal have helped them garner fans near and far. The Avett Brothers Seth Avett was so taken after seeing Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside, he tapped them to open a pair of sold-out shows at Portland's Crystal Ballroom in summer 2009, and invited them to be their support act in California and Colorado. New Year's Eve found Sallie Ford and the Sound Outside performing at the 7,700-seat Asheville Civic Center with the Avetts and Langhorn Slim, the highlight of a string of Southeastern dates and the beginning of an auspicious twelve months; come the end of 2010, the quartet would be playing with Mavis Staples at the historic Egyptian Theater in Boise, ID.

Even before their full-length was finished, the group's accomplishments were significant enough that Portland music insiders crowned them the Best New Band of 2010 in local alt-weekly Willamette Week. In 2011, with Dirty Radio ready to serve as a calling card and the open road inviting them to bring their live show to audiences everywhere, Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside is poised to receive similar accolades from coast-to-coast and beyond.

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