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The song came out of nowhere: seven minutes of shimmering guitar, luxurious drumroll, gauzy atmosphere, and melancholic singing.
The music features the usual instruments - fiddle, dobro, upright bass and guitar - and those tight harmonies.
On its own, Girlpool usually comes up with straightforward indie-rock revolving around the two voices, guitar and bass of Cleo Tucker and Harmony Tividad.
At a large stone home in Germantown, however, a handful of teens brandishing guitars and basses don’t seem to give a damn about football.
Mbaqanga was played on acoustic guitars and double-basses, with girls singing close harmony while the miners danced in rubber work boots, stamping away their sorrow.
And while these newborns may not be penning love songs or strumming guitar chords yet, the play dates have commenced.
Krall will be joined at the Paramount by her usual band members Anthony Wilson (guitar), Karriem Riggins (drums), Robert Hurst (bass) and Stuart Duncan (fiddle).
The tension between the infectious dance-floor groove and the subversive guitar, between the giddy vocals and the unsettling lyrics, is indicative of the whole album's friction and appeal.
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