Geoff Soule | A Dialogue Between Feminine Wisdom And Masculine Uncertainty

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A Dialogue Between Feminine Wisdom And Masculine Uncertainty

by Geoff Soule

Home-recordings by Geoff Soule of the band Fuck.
Genre: Rock: Lo-Fi
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1. Improv No.9
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2. A Dirge
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3. Jolly Times
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4. Squadra Che Vince Non Si Cambia
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5. Axixic
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6. They Are In The Gate
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7. Whedefit Gesgeshi Woude Henate Ityopya
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8. San Diego Winter
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9. A Love Song
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10. Peace And Plenty Forever
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Album Notes
Sometime collaborator with Tara Jane O'Neil, The Naysayer, and The Double U -- and sticksman with San Fran pop insurgents Fuck -- Geoff Soule is also a solo noise connoisseur whose current work is a laconic frolic amid daily minutiae and universal concerns; underpinned by improvised arias, miniature wig-outs and Spartan psalms.
- Plan B Magazine

A charmingly minimalist collection of hauntingly beautiful little ditties -- willfully veering between contemplatively stark folk and odd little jazzy improvisations. Singer-songwriters can be interesting.
- The Leeds Guide

... dark as a woodland copse, but liberally spotted with patches of sunlight. ... jazzy melancholia at its most quirkily American. The songs are minimal constructions of sweet melodies, simple rhymes with a solid folk heart. So even if the title leads you to expect a pretentious concept album, the bare boned guitar, piano and string inevitably draw you in – and soon disabuse you of any idea that this pretty record means anything but business.
- Bearded Magazine



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