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Radio Play for Jo Gabriel. Still relevant after all.

Posted in Credits/Musicians, Fools & Orphans, Island, miscellaneous songs, News, Radio play, The Amber Sessions, The Last Drive In with tags , on June 14, 2010 by Sister Cleophas

Jo is still getting airplay throughout the world.

Gothic Paradise and Radio Inferno,

we say many thanks here at Ephemera.

Behave!

the good sister cleophas

Delusions of Adequacy interview with Jo Gabriel by Jen Stratosphere Fanzine

Posted in Cats&Film, Commentary:Life, Credits/Musicians, film score, Film&Cats, Fools & Orphans, Hunting Down The Ceremony 2 Volume Album, interviews, Island, miscellaneous songs, Music Reviews, News, projects in progress, The Amber Sessions, The Last Drive In, The Unreachable Sky with tags on March 30, 2010 by Sister Cleophas

http://www.adequacy.net/2010/03/interview-with-jo-gabriel/

Jo’s very personal interview with Jen Delaney of Stratosphere Fanzine and Delusions of Adequacy was released today! It’s probably the most telling expose/interview yet. The good sister hopes you spend a little time with our little joey, getting to know her a little better.

We thank Jen for all the time and effort she put into this interview.

Be good brothers and sisters

The Good Sister Cleophas

Ascension Magazine reviews Fools and Orphans issue #21 Summer 2009

Posted in Fools & Orphans, Music Reviews, News with tags on December 2, 2009 by Sister Cleophas

http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendId=40397162&blogId=518309751

Local Sounds Magazine review of Fools and Orphans by Rick Tvedt

Posted in Cats&Film, Commentary:Life, Credits/Musicians, Fools & Orphans, Island, Music Reviews, projects in progress with tags on December 2, 2009 by Sister Cleophas

http://magazine.localsounds.org/2009/11/24/jo-gabriel-fools-and-orphans/

Found reviews of Fools and Orphans Prikosnovenie & Elektrauma

Posted in Credits/Musicians, Fools & Orphans, Music Reviews, News with tags on November 15, 2009 by Sister Cleophas

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An angelic voice acute arises on a piano rather dramatic orchestrations of cello. Jo Gabriel is a songwriter in the tradition of Louisa John-Krol and Kate Bush


http://www.elektrauma.de/rezensionen.php4?KritikNummer=1898

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As best I can get close to from Babble Fish!
There it is, completely unpretentiously, sits before its piano. And then it catches to sing on – no, it does not sing, it dips into another world. Which Jo Gabriel, one of the many talentierten, but nearly surveyed Singer more /Songwriter of America of their piano at warm and entrückten tones takes out, borders already on a small miracle. And then is there still Jo Gabriel, which up-loads itself completely the music given and their voice with so much feeling and emotion, as it is heard only rarely. The fact that the comparison with Kate Bush, Joanna Newsom or also Laura Nyro is there also fast set cannot be excluded there. But Jo feels honoured with such female star to be compared. On „Fools and Orphans “anyhow, Gabriels of second outputs on Kalinkaland records, are these marvelous dream melodies, which remind magnificent album perhaps still far away of Chandeens „Echoes “. But one notices the American impact with Jo Gabriel simply clearly, which is not at all negatively meant. Already „OF Love and Ether “comes with unbelievably voluminösen Pianolinien, which complement each other perfectly with the voice of Jo. Sometimes it creates it, as with „Vacant Little Stare “, with its Kieksern and stimmlichen estimates a träumerische, nearly already entrückte atmosphere to create. Here simply everything is correct, from first to the last note. Jo Gabriel is whole with itself, and one hears. And that is simply only indescribably beautiful.

 

Fools and Orphans makes Organ Magazine’s top 50 albums of 2008!

Posted in Credits/Musicians, Fools & Orphans, Music Reviews, News, Radio play with tags on November 15, 2009 by Sister Cleophas

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http://www.organart.com/albumsof2008.htm

Musical Discoveries reviews Fools and Orphans!

Posted in Credits/Musicians, Fools & Orphans, Music Reviews, News with tags , on August 9, 2009 by Sister Cleophas

Russ Elliot Editor in Chief at Musical Discoveries has once again honored me with a fabulous review of Fools and Orphans. Thanks again old friend, you really touched my heart with this one!

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Versacrum.com Italian magazine review of Fools and Orphans

Posted in Credits/Musicians, Fools & Orphans, Music Reviews, News, Uncategorized with tags , on May 11, 2009 by Sister Cleophas

http://versacrum.hyperborea.com/musica/recensioni/rec200912/index_html?query_start=21

http://versacrum.hyperborea.com

An excerpt using english translation

Jo Gabriel: Fools and Orphans (CD – Kalinkaland, 2009). Jo Gabriel is original of New York. It has learned alone to play the pianoforte, sings and it writes songs. She is author of a POP d’ author with sends back more or less explicit to sure things of Kate Bush and old school 4AD, distinguishing itself for an exquisitely etereo taste that pervade the songs, probably thanks all’ shrewed use of the pianoforte and sporadic arches that they caress the pieces sweetly. The orchestrali agreements to the times have of touch cameristici, also always remaining attention to remain in penumbra in order to leave space the absolute protagonist. Of its Jo Gabriel much passion puts us and a discreet originality.

Kulturterrorismus review of Fools and Orphans! April ’09

Posted in Cats&Film, Commentary:Life, Credits/Musicians, Fools & Orphans, Music Reviews, News on April 16, 2009 by Sister Cleophas

http://kulturterrorismus.de/

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An emotional homage to the dear beast!

VÖ: 2009 label: Kalinkaland record

Category: Gothic, Pop, classical period

In the case of Kalinkaland the bent consumer shank may look forward record publications, which Harald Löwy (Chandeen) gives the light of the world, exclusively to extremely high-quality material, why Jo Gabriel gives the American multi-talent from the label repertoire, a successful conception with the CD “Fools and Orphans” after the Vorgängeroeuvre “Iceland” from 2005. Those new Yorkerin publishes actively clay/tone art, which offers a sensitive symbiosis from Gothic & Pop since 2003, which with classical element airs accentuation finds and itself fast embodied in the spirit.

Women are already amusing natures, otherwise they became their animals any longer do not love than their partners, to be why so some man wishes himself, a horse or a cat – no joke! The American Jo Gabriel seems to also belong these before described groups of women, otherwise “Fools and Orphans” would not be sentimental homage to its deceased cat Angeline (alias Victorine), which belonged to the race Abyssinian, which originally originates from Egypt. Also David Tibet (Current93) presented similar musical processings, where those likewise stood for consumer shank before the choice: “Kitsch – or no? ” might lie, with Jo Gabriel the answer also in the eye of the viewer, since it speaks the topic partially very daringly. To the better view a text quotation from the TRACK `How The Devils of case in Love’:

This is how the devil if
This is how he if into love
The devil if into love you lake
Oh Victorine, Oh Victorine,
You buried ME, alive

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Wave I can’t breathe without you here
It’s NO good without you here
I don’t know why you’re emergency here…

Those, which favor moving like dragging along texts with emotions purely, get these from Jo Gabriel on “Fools and Orphans” kredenzt – very finely!

The Frontcover makes a fuss a photograph of the fig. “RK the Crossroads” (original title: Tienhaarassa) from the year 1896 of that Finnish exception painter Hugo Simberg (1873 – 1917), which in the Kunstmuseum Ateneum in Helsinki (Finland) hangs.

The one which can be heard the clay/tone art on the long player “Fools and Orphans”, might seem to European coined/shaped Gehörgängen first quite uncommonly, but after some hearing runs to more, into the spell to pull, since Jo Gabriel a extravagante Melange revealed, which arouses Gothic, Pop and classical period combined & the appearance, as if the Mr. matte Howden (seven) and Flavio Rivabella (the acquaintance post office manufacturer Trompeter) her fingers in the play would have had. This work brought the versatile musician in Jo Gabriel (piano, singing, key board, boat operator piano) with the following participants: Linda Mackley (Percussion), matt Turner (cello), Marks of Urness (bass) Stephanie Rearick (trumpet), Hannah Fury (singing) and Jeff Ladd (singing), whereby the synthesis of the arts lights up very variedly from the boxes & receives a special charm. Bent listener circles, which argue primarily with the fastidious releases as from matt Howden (seven), should test absolutely Jo Gabriel once, those in the special one by their emotional like gentle singing achievement and their varied compositions, which are based as far as possible on Pianopartituren, convinced.

“Fools and Orphans” represents a lining up of Anspieltipps, but the ear worm at all is the clay/tone document `Bulldozer’, which sensitive Pianospiel, which merges voice of Jo Gabriel and trumpet sounds of Stephanie the Rearick into a highlight – my absolute recommendation!

Result:

The dear beast (R.I.P.) does not stay unfortunately any longer among us and hunts in the eternal hunt reasons of mice in the abundance, but and Orphans” remains for us a melancholy dreamed publication of the top class with “Fools, which does not intend majorities for itself wins, but Musikfetischisten betört, which consumes fastidious clay/tone art, which swings between modern trend and classical period. Those, which estimate expression-strong woman voices, must test Jo Gabriel – my recommendation!

You find hearing examples and further information to Jo Gabriel under the following left:

http://www.myspace.com/jogabriel
http://www.jogabriel.com
http://www.myspace.com/kalinkaland
http://www.kalinkaland.de

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Kalinkaland Records releases the official European version of Fools And Orphans March 13th!

Posted in Fools & Orphans, News with tags on March 15, 2009 by Sister Cleophas

http://www.kalinkaland.de/new/index.php?page=news_enjo_gabriel_banner_english

Mick Mercer’s book “Music To Die For”~ is now available!

Posted in Cats&Film, Commentary:Life, Credits/Musicians, Essays, Fools & Orphans, interviews, Music Reviews, News with tags on March 13, 2009 by Sister Cleophas

This is the 5th book by notable music writer Mick Mercer who in this edition is covering Gothic artists all over the world. Jo is honored to have been included in this fabulous book.

Please visit the link below to purchase from Cherry Red Books Publishing.

http://www.myspace.com/musictodieforbymickmercer

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Delusions of Adequacy review; Fools and Orphans by the fabulous Jen of Stratosphere Fanzine

Posted in Fools & Orphans, Music Reviews with tags , , on March 2, 2009 by Sister Cleophas

 

 

http://www.adequacy.net/review.php?reviewID=8899

SepiaChord’s wonderful Album Review of Fools and Orphans!

Posted in Fools & Orphans, Music Reviews with tags , on March 1, 2009 by Sister Cleophas

http://www.sepiachord.com/jg.htm

Fools and Orphans~Ninthspace album review

Posted in Fools & Orphans, Music Reviews with tags , , , , on March 1, 2009 by Sister Cleophas

Jo Gabriel: Fools and Orphans

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There are moments in Bulldozer, the opening song from Jo Gabriel’s new album, when Stephanie Rearick’s trumpet heralds the words ‘why should I love you’. These brief but beautiful events mark the most striking difference between this album and its more elaborate (if not immediate) predecessor IslandFools and Orphansdraws away from traditional arrangements to let the songs breathe, and in doing so allows Jo to continue distinguishing herself from the current ’..and piano’ crowd (I like Emm Gryner’s term ‘contemporary nonsensery.’) Few artists have the ability or opportunity to be this daring (mostly down to record label pressures, no doubt) and this successful. Fools and Orphans shines from its own darkness.Kristin Hersh’s The Grotto was an album born out of loss and the resulting reflection on life and relationships. Fools and Orphans is different – its main theme is also loss, but barely offers sanctuary. The Grotto tears me apart and then rebuilds me; Fools and Orphans does the former then leaves a lingering sadness, although it’s more compelling as a result. The open arrangements, often rhythmically fluid and spontaneous are charmingly beautiful and ideal for such stories. It’s up to us to fill in the blanks, to empathise and to draw comparisons with our own lives. Continue reading

Wears The Trousers Magazine~Introducing Jo Gabriel:review/interview by Alan Pedder

Posted in Fools & Orphans, interviews, Music Reviews with tags , on March 1, 2009 by Sister Cleophas

http://wearsthetrousers.com/2008/07/17/introducing-jo-gabriel/

Organ reviews,Album of the Week:Fools&Orphans~constructing the scaffolding to room c7h5no3s

Posted in Fools & Orphans, Music Reviews with tags on February 24, 2009 by Sister Cleophas
 

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At the risk of sounding too saccharin~upon reading Organ Magazine’s glorious review and having the honor bestowed upon me for having Fools and Orphans make Album of the Week~I really did CRY again!~
How did they know that I often feel like a person secretly singing in a dusty old theatre~!
It seems that I have some incredible support from across the pond these days~I’ll never truly be able to express my gratitude properly…

Organ Magazine and Resonance 104.4fm radio Sunday night’s pm London time~ is the sort of finger on the pulse of what we artists hope for~Organ mines for the essential qualities of authenticity and originality~ I’ve discovered a few incredible artists myself because of Organ’s relentless pursuit of the finer art of excavating our music culture!

If these wonderful reviews keep pouring forth, I fear that scaffolding might get to be quite tall~ and geez~ I have an awful fear of heights~

Thank you again Organ, Sean and the marvelous Biddy the Cat!

Cheers~Joey

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ORGAN ALBUM OF THE WEEK 

JO GABRIEL – Fools And Orphans (Ephemera) – Her previous two mostly instrumental albums (reviewed a couple of weeks back) were delicious appetizers. No, that’s wrong, far far far more than just appetizers, that was very rude of us – beautiful instrumental rays of delicate glowing musical sunshine, wonderful things, we expected more of the same, we were looking forward to more of the same. We’ve been saving this up until the right moment for first listen and that moment that demanded we stop everything and partake in the anticipated delights. We really didn’t expect all those delicate shinny lyrical trinkets catching the warm sunlight. We didn’t expect a whole album of beautiful songs and words and a voice every bit as beautiful as the rightly anticipated instrumental warmth. Beautiful delicate songs, strong songs, quietly strong songs, twelve gorgeous piano led pieces of aural delight and honey poured in to a glass, songs and tunes alive with delicious detail. Delicate organic cello and concertina and Siamese cat-yowling and the habits of shadows. Songs that sit in the sun and uncoil with happy lazy cats and distant singing birds and oxygen and dancing light and a spell of delirium. Oh look, this is just too beautifully good to be here trying to write about it with mere words, I really don’t want to have to, this is magical, this is special. If you want lazy signposts and shortcuts think Kate Bush or Tori Amos or Colt or things on 4AD or labels like Projekt, mere signposts to point you in a general direction though, that’s all. Fools and Orphans is a beautiful album, as fine as the finest Abyssinian – go explore and lose yourself in it, go and treat yourself. She’s from New York, she’s like that person you find singing in secret in an old dusty theatre when she thinks no one is listening and this is why we do this Organ thing, this sets things of fire and makes me feel… this is a wonderful album – http://www.myspace.com/jogabriel or http://www.jogabriel.com


Kalinkaland releases Fools and Orphans March 13 2009!

Posted in Fools & Orphans, News with tags on February 22, 2009 by Sister Cleophas

Coming soon, the long awaited international release of Fools and Orphans through Kalinkaland Records.

 

http://www.kalinkaland.de/new/index.phpjo_gabriel_banner_deutsch

fa.music.ecto~Fools and Orphans by Craig Gidney

Posted in Fools & Orphans, Music Reviews with tags , , on February 2, 2009 by Sister Cleophas

http://groups.google.com/group/fa.music.ecto/browse_thread/thread/db1d86b34a7ff739

Wears The Trousers most read 2008 Voices on the Verge~Jo Gabriel

Posted in Commentary:Life, Fools & Orphans, interviews, Music Reviews, News with tags on January 14, 2009 by Sister Cleophas

http://www.zimbio.com/music/articles/1388/long+2008+most+read+features

So long, the most read features of 2008!

The good sister is very proud of her little joey. She made the wonderful Wears The Trousers most read features of 2008! Thank you Alan Pedder and Wears The Trousers Magazine.

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Bulldozer~The Epileptic Gibbon Radio Pod Cast Best of 2008!

Posted in Fools & Orphans, News, Radio play with tags on January 13, 2009 by Sister Cleophas

Over the past several months Eppy has given me the honor of playing a few of my tunes on his wonderful radio program.

He’s got extraordinarily eclectic tastes and I am so thrilled that he has include me in his Best of 2008 Show

Please give a listen to some of his other picks and tune into his podcast whenever possible!

 

cheers~to yet another good friend across the pond!

joey

 

http://epilepticgibbon.wordpress.com/

Heathen Harvest reviews Fools and Orphans!

Posted in Fools & Orphans with tags on December 18, 2008 by Sister Cleophas

http://www.heathenharvest.com/article.php?story=20081214034805809

Review By ChAwech


Firefly~SepiaChord’s Playlist ending 11/09/08

Posted in Fools & Orphans, Radio play with tags on November 10, 2008 by Sister Cleophas

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Playlist for the Week Ending 11/9

Neko Case: Deep Red Bells
Reverend Horton Heat: In Your Wildest Dreams
Boca Chica:Beasts
Marco Fernandez: Apple Gone Sour
Zen Hussies: Kecker-Rocker
The Dad Horse Experience: Gates of Heaven
Squeeze-bot: Between the Bars
Reverend Glasseye: Blood o’ Lambs
What Time Is It, Mr. Fox?: March of the Hares
Vandals: Rico
Midge Crickett: The Menstrosity
Katzenjammer Kabarett: Hidden & Sick
Walter Sickert & THe ARmy of BRoken TOys: Revenge of the Rats
James Gang: Hoofer
Warren Jackson Hearne & the Merrie Murdre of Gloomadeers: Tales of the Bathroom Battles
Toucan Pirates: The Pirate’s Hornpipe
Herman Gauche: Careful with that Shovel, Slim!
Plaid Tongued Devils: Wait
Voltaire: Out of Reach
Bad Luck City: Accident
Buddy Nutt: Day Ten
Wovenhand: Horsetail
C. Strøm: A Wearied Bum Come Hiking
Abney Park: The Secret Life of Dr Calgori
Thomas Nola et son Orchestre: Bel Mir Bist du Schon
Grandma Men: Blotion
Cassettes: Sway Along
Hunter Robertson: Ol’ Virginee
Peculiar Pretzelmen: Undertaker
Piñataland: The Settlers
Before you Die…: Silver Fish
Sassparilla: Mountain Song
Melora Creager: Warbots
Unextraordinary Gentlemen: Chaser
The Scarring Party: Left Hand Tied
Larkin Grimm: Blond & Golden Johns
Jeff Zentner: The Serpent King
Lobster Quadrille: The Crystal Spring
Bone Orchard: Snakeoil Salesman
Marie-Josee Houle: That Off Key Blonde
Jo Gabriel: Firefly
Pinebox Serenade: Darkness Falls
Scarlet Room: The Machine
Creech Holler: Plague of Frogs
Erin Jordan & the Whiskey Romance: Jane
Lux Interna: Distance

Poison In The Well~ airplay on Epileptic Gibbon Podcast Music Show

Posted in Fools & Orphans, Radio play with tags , , , on October 18, 2008 by Sister Cleophas

From across the pond Poison In The Well  which is the last track off of Fools and Orphans gets some airplay at Eppy Gibbons wonderful radio show!

Please stop by and listen to his deliciously eclectic taste in music~

Cheers to all my pals and fans across the pond~Joey

 

http://www.epilepticgibbon.co.uk/

HigherPlain Music reviews Fools and Orphans!

Posted in Fools & Orphans, Music Reviews with tags on September 12, 2008 by Sister Cleophas

http://highermusic.wordpress.com/

Wonderful Wooden Reasons ~ Featured Reviews Fools & Orphans, The Amber Sessions and The Last Drive In

Posted in Fools & Orphans, Music Reviews, The Amber Sessions, The Last Drive In with tags , , on August 12, 2008 by Sister Cleophas

http://wonderfulwoodenreasons.homestead.com/reviewsGtoI.html

Fable Honey~SepiaChords playlist week ending 8.10.08

Posted in Fools & Orphans, Radio play with tags , on August 10, 2008 by Sister Cleophas

 

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Playlist for the Week Ending 8.10.08

Vermillion Lies: Global Warming
Walter Sickert & THe ARmy of BRoken TOys: The Changeling
Firewater: Borneo
Melora Creager: Warbots
Jo Gabriel: Fable Honey
Desar: Memories of a Different Life
This Bike is a Pipe Bomb: Trains and Cops
Marie MacGillis & the Model Millionaires: There’ll Be Changes Made
Sterilize Stereo: Give it a Rest
Dresden Dolls: The Perfect Fit
Christian Williams: Back in the Morning
Sixteen Horsepower: Coal Black Horses (live)
Bad Luck City: The Widow Francis Colver
Nouvelle Vague: Sorry for Laughing
127: Mellato Sarfaraz
Decemberists: O Valencia!
Curtis Eller’s American Circus: Daisy Josephine
Nathan Wade & the Dark Pioneers: Sweat Through
Demonika and the Darklings: New Year’s Rain
Mohlavyr: Mr Grey
Esmerelda Strange: Chila Bici
Pinebox Serenade: The Faithful
Snake Suspenderz: Slow Boat to China

Poison In The Well~SepiaChords Playlist week ending 8.03.08

Posted in Fools & Orphans, Radio play with tags on August 5, 2008 by Sister Cleophas

 

 

 

Playlist for the Week Ending 8.3.08

 

 

Walter Sickert & THe ARmy of BRoken TOys: The Changeling
Flogging Molly: Swagger
Vermillion Lies: Found Myself
Curtis Eller’s American Circus: Sugar for the Horses
Jo Gabriel: Poison in the Well
Bad Luck City: The Night Before
Nathan Wade & the Dark Pioneers: Cold, Cold Hands
Marie MacGillis & the Model Millionaires: I Can’t Give You Anything but Love
Diable Amoreux: Storchy Weather
Pinebox Serenade: Too Cold to Snow
Wovenhand: White Knuckle Grip
Stolen Babies: Lifeless
Mohlavyr: Mr Grey
Desar: Club Monbijou
Esmerelda Strange: Daisy Bell
The Doors: Alabama Song
Scarlet Room: Marionette
Melora Creager: Sky Is Falling
Decemberists: Shankill Butchers
127: Nobar
Firewater: Some Kind of Kindness
Shonen Knife: Ah, Singapore
Sixteen Horsepower: Phyllis Ruth (live)
Christian Williams: Too Late
ECPE: Don’t this Road Look Rough and Rocky
Alice Cooper: Crazy Little Child
Marco Fernandez: Apple Green Sour
Dresden Dolls: Pretty in Pink

Bulldozer-SepiaChords Playlist week ending 7.27.08

Posted in Fools & Orphans, Radio play with tags on July 29, 2008 by Sister Cleophas
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Playlist for the Week Ending 7/27

Marie MacGillis & the Model Millionaires: Slumming on the Park
Jo Gabriel: Bulldozer
Melora Creager: Krakatowa
Noa Babayof: Before Sleep
White Stripes: Prickly Thorn, but Sweetly Worn
Moors: Dve Nevesti
Pinebox Serenade: Witch on the Mountain
Flesh for Eve: The Witch
Sterilize Stereo: The Great Division
Bad Luck City: The Night Before
Dresden Dolls: Dear Jenny
Curtis Eller’s American Circus: Firing Squad
Bad Dream Good Breakfast: Flight Across the Charles
Ex Reverie: Dawn Comes for Us All
Del Rey and the Sun Kings: The Soup
Dead Can Dance: Piece for Solo Flute
Fire on Fire: Amnesia
Christian Williams: To the Trees
Sixteen Horsepower: Strawfoot (live)
Esmerelda Strange: Chila Bici
Mohlavyr: Whatever
Walter Sickert & THe ARmy of BRoken TOys: The Changeling
Desar: Take Her Over
Abandoned Toys: Flowering Ashes
127: Charand Goft
Nathan Wade & the Dark Pioneers: Cold, Cold Hands
Firewater: This is My Life
Baby Gramps & the Back Swamp Potioners: Shanghai Lil
Grey DeLisle: The Maple Tree
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Gothronic reviews/featured artist Jo Gabriel & Fools and Orphans

Posted in Fools & Orphans, Music Reviews with tags on July 21, 2008 by Sister Cleophas


http://www.gothtronic.com/?page=23&reviews=5092

Firefly~SepiaChords playist weekending 7.20.08

Posted in Fools & Orphans, Radio play with tags on July 20, 2008 by Sister Cleophas



Playlist for the Week Ending 7/20  

Walter Sickert & THe ARmy of BRoken TOys: The Changeling
Princeton: Eminent Victorians
127: Ostokhoon
Jo Gabriel: Firefly
Marie MacGillis & the Model Millionaires: I Can’t Give You Anything but Love
Patsy Cline: She’s Got You
Verckys & Orchestre Veve: Marcello Tozongana
Bad Luck City: The Girls of St Magdalene’s Parish
Melora Creager: Warbots
Wovenhand: Cohawkin Road
Desar: Social Experiment
Sixteen Horsepower: Poor Mouth (live)
Sterilize Stereo: The Great Division
Dresden Dolls: The Sheep Song
Gogol Bordello: Mishto
Nathan Wade & the Dark Pioneers: All You Shadows
The Nichols Family Gospel Hour: Chapter 1: Sadness, Sin & Wasted Skin
Elvis Costello: Green Shirt
Blanche: Do You Trust Me?
Danzig: White Devil Rise
Curtis Eller’s American Circus: Daisy Josephine
Christian Williams: Too Late
Mohlavyr: Whatever
Esmerelda Strange: Pity Party
Fire Water: Three Legged Dog
Painted Saints: Tinder