Hat Check Girl | Six Bucks Shy

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Six Bucks Shy

by Hat Check Girl

Hailed as intimate and with shimmering passion, these 13 new songs showcase the band's literate songwriting, spooky ambience, and hypnotic delivery.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. August Sin
4:45 album only
2. Getaway Car
4:45 album only
3. Six Bucks Shy
3:31 album only
4. Mercury
4:16 album only
5. City Lights
3:35 album only
6. Blow By Blow
4:09 album only
7. Jake & the Five Plaids
3:16 album only
8. He Did What He Wanted
3:41 album only
9. Echo Echo
4:01 album only
10. What Hemingway Said
3:52 album only
11. Leave Most of It Out
3:31 album only
12. Remember
3:35 album only
13. Cigarette Girl
4:56 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
This second HCG release represents a collaboration between veteran songwriters Annie Gallup and Peter Gallway, and world-class drummer/percussionist Jerry Marotta (Peter Gabriel, Suzanne Vega). Written in Greenwich Village, with drums and percussion recorded at Dreamland in Woodstock, NY and the remainder in their studio in Santa Barbara, CA, Annie sings and plays electric guitar and lap steel. and Peter is featured on vocals, electric guitars, baritone guitar, bass and keyboards. "... We are in the presence of two very fine songwriter here. The writing is all the more powerful for its subtlety, and the musical settings only enhance the effect... something like the solo work of either Daniel Lanois or Robbie Robertson." Oliver di Place



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