Hazy Loper | The Ballad Of Lucy Gray

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The Ballad Of Lucy Gray

by Hazy Loper

Dark american folk with a strong gypsy bite. Banjo, guitar, fiddle, upright bass and drums drive a haunting path through the shadowy landscape of deep longing to create a raw, gritty and wild blend of eastern and western sounds. Moody and haunting.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Lost My Way
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2. I Wish I Was a Sea Captain
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3. Stain of Blood
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4. Sterling, Co
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5. Feel the Sea
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6. New Years Day
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7. Dirty
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8. Ballad of the Graywood Hotel
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9. All My Colors (into Gray)
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10. Hard Tack and Water
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11. Dive and Roll
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12. Tears of a Komsomal Girl
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Album Notes
the ballad of lucy gray is hazy loper's third studio album and once again features songwriters and singers patrick kadyk (banjo) and devon angus (guitar) spinning more dark and haunting tales through their unique blend of eastern and western sounds, only this time boasting a full band that includes upright bass, fiddle and drums. the album was recorded live and maintains a wild but dreamy swirl of lush and passionate sounds that are sure to stir the depths of the soul.

"take away the orchestral sway of 'arcade fire' and some of the precision of 'black heart procession' and you'll start to imagine hazy loper. the self
styled gypsy-folk band bring to americana dollops of gypsy stylings to play a kind of creaking fractured folk music that is periodically enlivened with eastern chords.
the songs are approached as a long boat approaches a wave; proudly upright, defiant even. the sea that they sail on is a dark one, moonlit, rough, deep and filled with monsters. the songs have an epic historical
feel." david cowling, americana-uk.

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Lars Steenken

One step ahead
03-10-2007:
The addition of more instruments is not always good for the music, but in this case it is really one step up in the right direction. The previous record (High in the Murk, with the great cover version of the Clash's "Guns of Brixton") was already a good one, but this record is even better. Hopefully there will be another one in the nearer future!
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