The Poor Nobodys | Until I Uproot and Walk Again

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Until I Uproot and Walk Again

by The Poor Nobodys

Easily typified as music from a film score, the seven-piece ensemble weaves unconventional melodies through rustic roots.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Canary
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2. Boneyard
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3. Consumption
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4. No Disassemble
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5. Haskell's Escape
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6. Dekr
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7. Barren
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8. Mr. Shade, the North
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9. Glass As A Liquid
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10. Mousecake Square
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11. Moonjellies
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Album Notes
"Rich, fabulous boho sounds." - TC Daily Planet

"Classy local 7-piece band The Poor Nobodys... glide effortlessly between spaghetti western type instrumentals through Americana and old country waltzes, with occasional prog rock overtones." -, Cedar Cultural Center

"Oh, for the stuff of dirty fingers around half empty whiskey bottles and one night left on the town to pine after another saloon girl in stiff chapel boots. The Poor Nobodys bring it thicker than well water, and if you try a taste you might just want another."
Lunch of Champions
Minneapolis and National Music Reviews

"Epic, yet grounded largely in folk and classical territories, The Poor Nobodys [are] a varied and multi-dimensional take on the spaghetti-western soundtrack genre as typified by Ennio Morricone"
- sputnik music 2009



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