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Tanya Donelly Swan Song Series

Tanya Donelly — Swan Song Series (Dec 16, 2016)

       Tanya Donelly — Swan Song Series (Dec 16, 2016)  Tanya Donelly — Swan Song Series (Dec 16, 2016)≡    Tanya Donelly is a Boston~based singer songwriter and guitarist, and founding member of Throwing Muses and The Breeders. She was also the singer and songwriter in the twice Grammy~nominated band Belly in the early ‘90s. As a solo artist she has released 5 albums (so far) under her name. Tanya lives with her husband/musical partner), two daughters, an old cat, and a young dog in Massachusetts.
≡    Tanya Donelly, grammy~nominated, singer/songwriter and founding member of three of the most influential bands of the post~punk era (Breeders, Throwing Muses, Belly) plays music from The Swan Song Series: a collection of songs in which Donelly collaborated with friends, musicians and authors such as Rick Moody, Robyn Hitchcock, John Wesley Harding, Bill Janovitz (Buffalo Tom), Tom Gorman and Gail Greenwood (Belly), Claudia Gonson (Magnetic Fields), and more.  Fotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.  © Tanya Donelly by Jared Leeds. A woman in her home. ARLINGTON, MA ~ 1001: Former Belly lead singer and guitarist Tanya Donelly in her home in Arlington, MA. Donelly, also formerly of the bands The Breeders and the Throwing Muses and now a mother of two, is studying to be a post~pardem dula. (Photo © Jared Leeds 2010, All Rights Reserved.)
Born: July 14, 1966, in Newport, Rhode Island
Associated acts: Throwing Muses, The Breeders, Belly
Location: Newport, Rhode Island ~ Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Album release: Dec 16, 2016
Record Label: American Laudromat Records
01. Mass Ave      4:10
02. Christopher Street     4:24
03. Let Fall the Sky      2:12
04. Blame the Muse      3:46
05. Meteor Shower      4:41
06. Still      3:30
07. Mary Magdelene in the Great Sky      4:49
08. Why So Sad      4:14
09. Making Light      3:01
10. Miranda (Pacifically)      3:28
01. Written/Unread      2:55
02. VivaKaraoke      2:25
03. Far Away and Hard to See     2:58
04. Hidalgo Street      4:42
05. Cygnet Song      2:49
06. Salt      5:06
07. Worry Doll      3:30
08. Cape Ann      4:06
09. Flying at Night      4:25
01. Snow Goose and Me      3:52
02. Tu y Yo      2:43
03. Lucky Love      3:49
04. Oh Me of Little Faith      3:56
05. The End to the Dawn      3:56
06. Silver in Your Palm      2:40
07. Mr. Swan      2:52
08. Send Me Your Next Nightmare      4:29
09. Wild Love      3:51
10. Storm Blown Bird      3:43
11. In Your Name      4:36
12. Tooraloo      2:36
Bonus tracks
01. Midnight Flower      3:21
02. I Would Like to Call It Beauty      3:30
03. The Law      4:13
04. Old Brown Radio      4:05
≡    Fred Abong Composer, Guitar
≡    Matt Beaudoin Producer
≡    Tom Berglund Drums
≡    Rachel Blumberg Keyboards
≡    Carrie Bradley Violin
≡    David Brophy Composer, Drums
≡    Eddie Carlson Bass
≡    Tom Chace Piano
≡    Russell Chudnofsky Guitar
≡    Christopher Cugini Producer
≡    Will Dailey Composer, Guitar, Vocals
≡    Eleanor Davol Cello
≡    Sam Davol Cello
≡    Patrick Dicenso Producer
≡    Tanya Donelly Composer, Guitar, Keyboards, Producer, Vocals
≡    Pip Everett Vocals
≡    Christopher Ewen Composer, Keyboards, Producer, Programming, Synthesizer
≡    Manolis Famellos Composer, Guitar, Producer, Ukulele
≡    Dean Fisher Bass, Composer, Djembe, Drums, Guitar, Keyboards, Perc., Producer, Vocals
≡    Mary Gaitskill Composer
≡    Sean Glonek Mastering
≡    Adam Gold Drums
≡    Claudia Gonson Composer
≡    Thomas Gorman Composer, Guitar, Keyboards, Producer, Programming, Vocals
≡    Gail Greenwood Guitar, Vocals
≡    Paul Harding Composer
≡    Alex Hartman Producer
≡    Michael Hearst Bass, Composer, Guitar, Keyboards, Producer, Theremin, Ukulele
≡    Robyn Hitchcock Composer
≡    Bill Janovitz Composer, Guitar, Vocals
≡    Scott Janovitz Keyboards, Producer, Unknown Performer Role
≡    Kraig Jordan Composer, Guitar, Producer, Synthesizer
≡    Bob Kendall Bass
≡    Paul Q. Kolderie Producer
≡    Damon Krukowski Composer, Guitar, Vocals
≡    Steve Lawson Bass, Composer
≡    Hilken Mancini Vocals
≡    Eric Masunaga Producer
≡    Joseph McMahon Bass, Bass (Upright), Composer, Guitar (Baritone), Piano
≡    Sue McNally Paintings
≡    Rick Moody Composer, Vocals
≡    Chil Mott Bass, Composer
≡    David Nagler Guitar, Keyboards
≡    David Narcizo Drums
≡    Phil Palazzolo Producer
≡    Scott Rancourt Producer
≡    Jimmy Ryan Mandolin
≡    Anthony Saffery Sitar
≡    Don Sanders Guitar
≡    Rob Seidenberg Composer
≡    Rafi Sofer Producer
≡    Wesley Stace Composer, Guitar, Producer, Vocals
≡    Brian Sullivan Composer, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
≡    Aaron Tanner Design
≡    Adam Taylor Producer
≡    Mark Tomis Guitar
≡    Chris Toppin Vocals
≡    Andreas Vaitoudis Producer
≡    Ed Valauskas Bass
≡    Jacob Valenzuela Trumpet
≡    Naomi Yang Bass, Composer, KeyboardsFotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.                                                           © Photo credit: Kevin McKinney
AllMusic Review by Mark Deming;  Score: ****
≡    Considering how influential her work with Throwing Muses proved to be, and how much success she enjoyed with Belly, it’s surprising that Tanya Donelly’s solo career has been so low key. While she quietly released three solo albums and a live set between 1997 and 2006, none of them received much notice from listeners or critics. And beyond serious fans, who knew that Donelly had begun releasing a series of EPs in 2013? But if she has been traveling under the radar for the better part of a decade, it would seem that’s our loss more than hers. Swan Song Series is a collection that brings together the material from the five EPs Donelly released between 2013 and 2015, and it represents some of her most engaging and wide–ranging work to date. Featuring contributions from Robyn Hitchcock, Bill Janovitz, John Wesley Harding, and Rick Moody, among many others, Swan Song Series gives Donelly the space to slip into a variety of styles and personas. She shapeshifts from the slinky, late~night torch singing of “Let Fall the Sky” and the cool electronic pulse beats of “Viva Karaoke,” to the growling rock guitars of “Tu y Yo” and the tongue~in~cheek Irish balladeering of “Tooreloo.”
≡    She packs a welcome amount of variety into these 31 tracks (which would have comfortably fit on two CDs instead of the three discs in this package), and while much of what’s here fits into the broad category of semi~acoustic indie rock, Donelly finds plenty of different avenues to explore within that framework. She hasn’t lost a bit of her knack for graceful but engaging melodies, and the cool, literate tone of her lyrics and vocals is as strong as ever. Swan Song Series arrived as Donelly was gearing up for a reunion tour with Belly, but this music shows she doesn’t need the framework of a band in order to show off her talent to its best advantage.
Website: http://tanyadonelly.com/
Website: http://throwingmuses.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/tanyadonelly
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tanyadonellymusic/
Bandcamp: https://tanyadonelly.bandcamp.com/ / Words, Interview, Photos by Farrah Sheiky: https://brightestyoungthings.com/articles/photos-an-interview-and-tanya-donelly-too-throwing-muses-930Fotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.                                                                                                               © Farrah Skeiky

Tanya Donelly Swan Song Series