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Wild Colonials - Fruit of Life (1994/2012)

6-03-2015, 07:52
Music | Folk | Celtic | Rock | Indie | FLAC / APE

Wild Colonials - Fruit of Life (1994/2012)

Artist: Wild Colonials
Title Of Album: Fruit of Life
Year Of Release: 1994/2012
Label: UMG Recordings
Genre: Indie Folk, Celtic Rock, Adult Alternative
Format: Mp3 | Flac
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 56:12 Min
Total Size: 138 Mb | 326 Mb


01. Girl
02. Spark
03. Heaven & Hell
04. Philadelphia Story
05. Mission
06. Alice
07. Rainbow
08. Don't Explain
09. Victim
10. Dear Mike

The Wild Colonials' debut record, Fruit of Life, is an inventive pastiche of a variety of folk and pop influences. The melodies and arrangements occasionally echo 10,000 Maniacs; Angela McCluskey's husky vocals recall the throaty excesses of the Indigo Girls' Amy Ray. But what sets this Scottish quartet apart is the rich virtuosity of Paul Cantelon's gypsy fiddling. His violin lends urgency and drama to the (many) larger-than-life, minor-key epic ballads, and ethnic flair to the upbeat folky foot-tappers. Producer Tchad Blake demonstrates a great sensitivity to the many colors in the Colonials' instrumental palette (didgeridoo, piano, tin whistle, cello, and richly textured percussion).

Scottish-born singer Angela McCluskey leads this traditional folk-tinged band which also includes Shark (guitar, vocals), Paul Cantelon (violin, piano), and Scott Roewe (piano, bass, horns, whistles). After gigging in L.A., the band was finally signed by DGC, who released their debut, Fruit of Life, in 1994. Returning two years later with This Can't Be Life, in early 2000 the Wild Colonials issued Reel Life, Vol. 1.

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