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Erin McKeownDistillation

Erin McKeown - Distillation album cover
Genre:Rock
Style:Folk
Year:

Tracklist

Queen Of Quiet1:48
Blackbirds4:25
Didn't They?2:16
La Petit Mort3:01
The Little Cowboy4:04
Daisy And Prudence4:53
Fast As I Can4:46
You Musn't Kick It Around2:19
How To Open My Heart In 4 Easy Steps5:55
Dirt Gardener3:36
Love In 2 Parts3:44

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    Cover of Distillation, 2000, VinylDistillation
    Album, LP, White Marbled Vinyl
    Signature Sounds – SIG 1262US2000US2000
    New Submission
    Cover of Distillation, 2000, CDDistillation
    CD, Album
    TVP Records (2) – TVP 2509US2000US2000
    New Submission
    Cover of Distillation, 2003, CDrDistillation
    CDr, Album, Promo
    Parlophone – ERIN001, Nettwerk – ERIN001UK2003UK2003
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Distillation, 2003, CDDistillation
    CD, Album
    Parlophone – 582 0832, Nettwerk – noneUK2003UK2003
    New Submission
    Cover of Distillation, 2003, CDrDistillation
    CDr, Album, Promo
    Parlophone – none, Nettwerk – noneUK2003UK2003
    New Submission
    Cover of Distillation, , CDDistillation
    CD, Album, Reissue
    Signature Sounds – SIG 1262USUS
    New Submission

    Reviews

    • winchrecords's avatar
      winchrecords
      Another reviewer griped about the photo of the artist on the back with a banjo when no banjo is credited on any song. He's right: that's just misleading, and speaking for myself, I couldn't be happier about that, I think that is great. But I'm really upset about the photo of the radio on the front: I hear no old radio playing on this! But I suppose I'll forgive Erin and the gang 'cuz this is enjoyable set of softly spoken folk and country blues and hillbilly and other old-timey sounds. Fans of old radios and dusty banjos will likely be satisfied as hummingbirds sucking nectar from trumpet vine in the summertime.
      • winchrecords's avatar
        winchrecords
        Edited 5 years ago
        Another reviewer griped about the photo of the artist on the back with a banjo when no banjo is credited on any song. He's right: that's just misleading, and speaking for myself, I couldn't be happier about that, I think that is great. But I'm really upset about the photo of the radio on the front: I hear no old radio playing on this! But I suppose I'll forgive Erin and the gang 'cuz this is enjoyable set of softly spoken folk and country blues and hillbilly and other old-timey sounds. Fans of old radios and dusty banjos will likely be satisfied as hummingbirds sucking nectar from trumpet vine in the summertime.
        • kralan's avatar
          kralan
          picked this up because it has the tune 'Fast As I Can' on it, which is very beautiful. The version on this LP though is a bit limp. There's no chorus, it's a watered down version that doesnt do justice to the one I was looking for. Didn't know there were multiple versions. My second gripe is that Erin is pictured with a banjo on the back cover, but there are no banjo tunes on the whole record, that i can hear. Other than that, it's a solid 2.5 out of 5 stars.

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          • Avg Rating:4.42 / 5
          • Ratings:12
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