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Grant Lee Buffalo - Homespun (CD)

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  1. GrantLeeBuffalo. K likes. Famed in the 90s for albums Fuzzy, Mighty Joe Moon, Copperopolis and Jubilee, Grant Lee Buffalo was one of the leading lights of the era. Grant Lee Buffalo have recently.
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  3. dersmenlysussototaleasunlilybax.xyzinfo This is the third release from the critically acclaimed L.A. trio. Analogies with The Band aren't out of place given the measured musical delivery, folk-rock base, and wide range of American themes tackled by songwriter Grant Lee Phillips--blue collar displacement ("Bethlehem Steel"), militia riflemen ("Homespun"), and regional migration ("Hyperion and Sunset") included/5(19).
  4. About Grant Lee Buffalo American Americana/indie rock band founded in in Los Angeles, California and disbanded in They reformed in for a small tour.
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  6. “I’m drawing on the urgency of the moment,” reflects Grant-Lee Phillips. “The things that eat away in the late hours ” With Widdershins, Phillips invests the insight, nuance, and wit that has distinguished his songcraft over the past three decades in a riveting dissection of today’s fraught social dersmenlysussototaleasunlilybax.xyzinfoh the moment’s tumultuous veneer, Phillips uncovers resonances.
  7. 's Copperopolis is an album that lurks in a strange sort of limbo -- it's a fine record that also happens to be Grant Lee Buffalo's weakest LP. Grant Lee Phillips was still writing fine songs and his voice was as compelling as ever, but the relative simplicity of the group's first album, Fuzzy, had fallen by the wayside as Phillips, percussionist Joey Peters and producer and multi.
  8. Grant Lee Buffalo have always seemed like a cross between early '70s Roxy Music and early '80s R.E.M., combining campy, multilayered collages full of pop-culture imagery with dense, moody atmospherics and irresistible, jangly guitar hooks.
  9. My Ultimate Grant Lee Buffalo CD Mix Tape. Author: knocksquared. My favorite Grant Lee Buffalo songs that I can fit on 1 CD.

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