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8-01-2016, 07:58
Folk | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Salvor
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Wreckord Label
Genre: Folk Rock
Quality: FLAC (log,tracks+cue)
Total Time: 0:45:02
Total Size: 296 Mb


01. The Wife Of Ushers Well 04:42
02. Polly On The Shore 05:19
03. The Banks Of Newfoundland 05:01
04. Skewball 03:10
05. The Charlesworth Hornpipe 03:25
06. The Indian's Petition 04:03
07. How Can I Keep From Singing? 02:48
08. Tyne Of Harrow 04:41
09. The Maid Of Australia 03:54
10. Oh Death 02:49
11. Crossing The Bar 05:10

Bass – Jim Moray, Jon Thorne
Drums – Sam Nadel
Guitar – Jim Moray, Sam Carter
Harmonica – Jack Rutter (track: 3)
Keyboards – Jim Moray
Melodeon – Nick Cooke
Trumpet – Nick Malcolm (track: 11)
Violin – Tom Moore
Vocals – Jim Moray, Sam Carter

False Lights was formed by multiple BBC Folk Award winners Jim Moray and Sam Carter in late 2013 to play traditional songs turned up loudly in a way that is true more to their 90s guitar band youth than the folk rock of the 1960s and 70s.

The songs that make up False Lights' debut LP Salvor came together during a week-long log cabin retreat in Lincolnshire. Child ballad The Wife Of Usher's Well, a traditional Scottish tale of grief, is set to a new tune from the American shapenote tradition, with a nod to US superproducer Timbaland. There are echoes of Queens Of The Stone Age too. And that's just the first track. Feedback and melodeons run into each other on the broadside ballad Skewball, while the dancefloor's durability is challenged with an assault on Sam McGrady's The Charlesworth Hornpipe. Closing the record is Tennyson's Crossing The Bar, a hymn to life (set to music by Rani Arbo) which goes out in a blaze of horns and samba percussion.

False Lights isn't simply a side project or a one-off collaboration by two of English folk music's most popular young singers. Jim Moray and Sam Carter have formed a brand new folk rock group. And they're really bloody excited about it.

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