Arlo Hannigan | Come Up the Hill

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Come Up the Hill

by Arlo Hannigan

"Hannigan’s deep, subtle voice mesmerizes as it manipulates lonely, evocative melodies against simple yet stirring instrumentation" - Jackie Ernst
Genre: Folk: Psych-folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Come Up The Hill
4:15 $1.99
2. Detonation
4:06 $1.99
3. This Fantasy
2:36 $1.99
4. Lunar Lady
2:41 $1.99
5. Shapeshifter
4:51 $1.99
6. N65
4:44 $1.99
7. Barrio
4:03 $1.99
8. Karaoke Queen
4:43 $1.99
9. Long Night
3:08 $1.99
10. Bull Fight
3:33 $1.99
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Album Notes
"Arlo Hannigan’s music is pleasantly hard to pin down - as haunting as Leonard Cohen at his moody darkest, unexpected upbeat tempos, witty turns of phrase, and the enticing whine of Jesse Zubot’s fiddle add a good dose of humor and whole lot of soul to this unique Alaskan folk rock. Track by track, the listener travels from the barrio to Front Street, Nome to deserted city avenues echoing with the retreat of woman’s high heels. One of the most original and affecting releases to upset the monotony of folk-rock music in at least a decade, the album was recorded in Vancouver, BC under the expert production of Sean Dillon, with a little help from a well-deserved Rasmuson Grant."
- Jackie Ernst

“Among those whose special poetic marriage of words and music embrace best the light and timber of the times and have a true voice, their own, they earn the forefront position as icons to our earthly heritage. On his album, COME UP THE HILL, Arlo Hannigan has filled this niche. With a natural poetic verse, his artistry defines the spheres we live within."
- Ken Bernier



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