CD Ghost Dance [The Pine Hill Haints] (CD 1157145),
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Ghost Dance [The Pine Hill Haints]


  • 1. Spirit of 1812
    2. For Every Glass That's Empty
    3. I Never Thought the Day Would Come When You Could Hate Me So Dearly
    4. Say Something, Say Anything
    5. St. Louis Blues
    6. Phantom Rules
    7. When You Fall
    8. Death by Stereo
    9. Garden of the Dead
    10. Whisper in the Dark
    11. You're Gonna Need Somebody on Your Bond
    12. Catfish Angels
    13. St. James Infirmary Blues
    14. Cuckoo Bird
    15. Columbus Stockade Blues
    16. Walkin' Talkin' Deadman
    17. Ol' White Thang Blues
    18. Raggle Taggle Gypsy
    19. Leo O'Sullivan's Story
    20. Wake Up
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 61186

  • Credits
    ProducerLynn Bridges; Katie Barrier; Jamie Barrier; Calvin Johnson; Danny Spurr; Lynn Bridges; Danny Spurr; Katie; Jamie; Calvin Johnson
    Engineer

    The Pine Hill Haints: Matt Bakula (bass instrument); Ben Rhyne, Jamie Barrier, Katie Barrier.
    Personnel: Dee Kirwan (vocals); Jamie Barrier (guitar, tenor banjo, fiddle); Danny Spurr, Matt Bakula (banjo); Katie Barrier (mandolin, washboard, musical saw); Natalia Beylis (mandolin); Perrine Pericart (flute); Mike Posey (accordion); Ben Rhyne (snare drum, rattle); Jeremy Dale Henderson (snare drum); Willie Jones (bodhran).
    Additional personnel: Bradley Williams (bass instrument); Jeremy Dale Henderson (snare drum); Willie Jones (bodhran); Natalia Beylis, Perrine Pericart, Dee Kirwan, Danny Spurr, Mike Posey.
    Illustrators: Katie Barrier; Jamie Barrier.
    For those that file their Southern Gothic traditions right next to their punk rock ones, the Pine Hill Haints and their K Records debut GHOST DANCE are just what the witch doctor ordered. The Alabama natives attack washboards and snare drums with a feral abandon that summons not only the ol' spirits of the hills, but the Buzzcocks, circa 1978.
    On a mix of originals and traditionals--including a rave-up of the Irish standard "Raggle Taggle Gypsy"--singer Jamie Barrier and company combine the swirling accordion melodies, banjo frails, and lightning quick tempos better than any band since the Pogues, but with a hickory flavor that's purely deep American South.

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