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Blaine Todd - Dillingham (2015)

10-10-2015, 15:01
Music | Folk | FLAC / APE

Blaine Todd - Dillingham (2015)

Artist: Blaine Todd
Title Of Album: Dillingham
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Full Spectrum/Editions Littlefield
Genre: Folk
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 40:18 min
Total Size: 101 / 383 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


1 Closer 3:13
2 Oh, Say There is a Valley 3:52
3 When I Die 5:34
4 I Sense Death 6:17
5 Hearts by Part 1:37
6 Good Morning 1:14
7 Courage 3:20
8 Yellow/Green 3:34
9 Your Far Away Look 7:46
10 Song 3:51

Blaine Todd - guitar, banjo, vocals, etc.
Scott Siler - drums on "Your Far Away Look"
Andrew Weathers - organ on "Oh, Say There is a Valley," mixing & mastering

Rounding out our September batch of tapes, we present Blaine Todd’s Dillingham. A longtime member of Andrew Weathers and the Real Life Rock & Roll Band, Ecstatic Music Band and Common Eider, King Eider, this marks his premier solo release and the third installment in our Editions Littlefield series.

Recorded primarily in Oakland, California and Blaine’s home in San Francisco, Dillingham offers ten meditations on death, broken friendships and notions of home. Indeed, despite its origins in sunny California, Dillingham takes its name from a small town on Alaska's Bristol Bay – a town disconnected from the state road system and accessible only by plane or boat.

In 2011, Blaine helped a friend build a small cabin 20 miles or so from town. There, Common Eider, King Eider documented the creation of their album Sense of Place. A formative experience for Blaine, he learned much about the deeper meaning of “community” in that short time.

Channeling early Americana and Primitive Folk aesthetics while tying them to a decidedly more mystical tradition, Dillingham presents a significant departure from Blaine’s previous ensemble works. Intended as a means for Blaine to combine his love of experimental and more traditional, song-based musical forms, the album deftly moves between blown out psychedelic drone, hushed Appalachian song craft and shadowy blues zones without feeling forced or contrived. To the contrary, this is a young songwriter presented as his most true self.

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