Wooden Wand And The Vanishing Voice - The Flood album download
Wooden Wand is the stage name of singer-songwriter James Jackson Toth, who has recorded under his given name as well as the name WAND. The style of music recorded by Toth and his many incarnations has drawn on a variety of both conventional and experimental folk and rock influences, including psychedelic folk, freak folk and indie
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The Flood is typical modern psychedelic indie folk-rock. Like their more famous peers Animal Collective, the strangely named Wooden Wand & the Vanishing Voice focus primarily on raw atonal atmosphere, where instruments and voices meander and waver for the sake of mood rather than melody. The Flood" presents pretty much the entire story. All the bandmembers sing the song in its entirety, with their voices overlapping but no pretense toward harmony. Guitars wail like scratched keyboards, as a musical structure akin to murky soap bubbles emerges over the course of 14 minutes.
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Xiao is Wooden Wand & the Vanishing Voice's homage to American Christianity, of the -dashboard variety of downhome worshipers who fear a vengeful god while letting slip with small sins every now and again, because, after all, they're human, ain't they? Alot of the lyrics and spoken word rants are deliberately obscured (the long-delay doubling effect on "Paper Trail Blues" for example) but what comes through is a reverence for that old-time relijun, along with all its inherent blemishes, foibles, hypocrisies, and fable-istic storytelling (". .
|B1||(I Wanna Live In) Sunbeam Creek|
|B2||Dogpaddlin' Home In Line With My Lord|
|B3||Imeltime Of The Season (Interlude)|
|B4||Satya Sai Sweeeetback Plays "Oxblood Boots"|
- Performer [Played By] – Glucas Crane*, Heidi Diehl, Satya Sky Jehovah*, Steven The Harvester, Wooden Wand
- Performer [with] – Gabriel Walsh , Mono Ospovat, Pete Nolan
NotesInludes full color insert.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6 94630 01681 6
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched): TMU - 00168 A-1 REI
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched): TMU - 00168 B
|TMU 168||Wooden Wand & The Vanishing Voice||Wooden Wand & The Vanishing Voice - The Flood (CD)||Troubleman Unlimited||TMU 168||US||2005|