Hazy Loper | High in the Murk

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High in the Murk

by Hazy Loper

dark american folk. with alot of gypsy and eastern traces that tangle through the classic mix of banjo and guitar. two voices wailing sad and lonely tunes that haunt the rafters of the soul like wind whistling through the trees.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Shake a Red Hand Goodbye
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2. All Sky
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3. Moss Covered Tracks
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4. Guns of Brixton
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5. Ballad of the Gutter Snipes
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6. Shattered
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7. Gypsy Wife
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8. Black Sea Shanty
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9. Where the Wild Things Grow
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10. Death
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11. A Dockyard Farewell
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12. Fare Thee Well
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
hazy loper's second studio album 'high in the murk' features founder and instrument maker patrick kadyk on banjo and newcomer devon angus on guitar. both fellars share the singing and songwriting. the result is a dark, sad trail of lonely melodies that move in a stormy wind and linger like a whisper dangling in the turning leaves of a twisted tree.
"many of the ten originals on high in the murk have the feel of classics. there's just a consistent tone of impeccable musicianship, melancholy poetry and timelessness. it's a testament to the skill and soul of hazy loper that meditations on being literally and figuratively lost at sea can end up felling so solid and permanent." -sherry sly, for west coast performer 2005.

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Piotr Zarzycki


My favourite album of last three years.
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