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Barrel Dance

by Lady Moscow

If Gogol Bordello is the countryside, then Lady Moscow is the city. With their glorious blend of politically incorrect tunes and licks, the lethal quintet Lady Moscow is now the most hypnotizing live act in the city of Oslo.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Indian Giver
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2. Pow Pow
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3. The Song of Gregers Grahm
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4. Keep It Real
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5. Make It Do or Do Without
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6. Ghost
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7. Fiddle Girl
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8. City By the Sea
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9. King and the Clown
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10. My My Hostel
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11. Frank Newton
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12. Surprise
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Album Notes
Barrel dance is Lady Moscows debut album. The band has recorded 12 songs for the album which will help you to get through the autumn.

Barrel dance was recorded and mixed by Peder Jørgensen in Sunflower studio, Oslo. It is produced by Lady Moscow and Jørgensen.

Lady Moscow is:
Bjorn Galdal - vocals and guitar
Line Grenheim - violin
Roger Antonsen - accordion and other keys
Stefan Remen - contrabass
Truls Agnar Skjorholm - drums and other noise



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dave sleger

totally unique acoustic rock
BARREL DANCE is the debut album from this eclectic Norwegian outfit. Although performed solely on acoustic instuments like violin, accordion, double bass, guitar and suplemented tastefully by trumpet, banjo, dobro and piano this disc both swings and rocks simultaneously. And the musicianship is extremely skilled - there is always clever interplay amongst the group members. The rhythm section of Stefen Remen and Truls Agnar Skjorholm keep the swing and jazzy vibes alive while violinist Line Grenheim complements the swing element with her distinct gypsy-styled playing. The accordion (Roger Antonsen) provides a broad European folk presence. Finally, and most obviously, lead singer (and acoustic guitarist) Bjorn Galdal possesses a voice uncannily similar to a young Tom Waits. That aspect seems to be echoed by many who are familiar with this band but, make no mistake, this is NOT Waits-type music; Lady Moscow creates highly involved and deeply melodic music bearing very little resemblance to the minimalist/cacophonous sounds forwarded by Waits in the last 30 years. Perhaps the most accurate decription of this music comes from a Trondheim source 'Studentersamfundet' which states "..what Tom Waits would sound like if he lived in a jolly living room in Eastern Europe around the year 1900." I wish I'd have said that.