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Waltzie

Caitlin Cary

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This intimate EP showcases the ex-Whiskeytown member's beautiful soprano and sets the stage for her full YepRoc debut, While You Weren't Looking. Featuring four originals, some more completed than others, all are convincing in their delivery and testaments to Cary's abilities as a lyricist and songwriter, not merely a violin player and harmony vocalist. Highlights are the melancholy, yet moving waltz opener, "Sorry," penned with the help of multi-instrumentalist Mike Daly, who also flavors the affair with pedal steel, dulcimer, and 12-string, and Cary's more upbeat, feminist-tinged plea "Rosemary Moore," encouraging an aging widow to stop grieving and start living. Featuring the dark, humorous lines "take out your hearing aid and go have a drink" and "if he didn't die happy at least he didn't die poor," it's hard not to hear the influence of ex-bandmate Ryan Adams, who lends harmonies and harmonica. Produced by Chris Stamey (Sneakers and the dB's), this is serious work with a warm, living room vibe.
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Sorry
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Cary, Composer - Caitlin Cary, MainArtist - Texasbrowndog Music, Caitlin Breane Music, MusicPublisher

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Rosemary Moore
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Cary, Composer - Caitlin Cary, MainArtist - Texasbrowndog Music, MusicPublisher

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Nursery Lie
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Cary, Composer - Caitlin Cary, MainArtist - Shangmoto Music, MusicPublisher

2000 Caitlin Cary 2000 Shangmoto Music

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Big Town
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Cary, Composer - Caitlin Cary, MainArtist - Texasbrowndog Music, Caitlin Breane Music, MusicPublisher

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Withered & Died
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Cary, Composer - Caitlin Cary, MainArtist - Warlock Music, MusicPublisher

2000 Caitlin Cary 2000 Warlock Music

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This intimate EP showcases the ex-Whiskeytown member's beautiful soprano and sets the stage for her full YepRoc debut, While You Weren't Looking. Featuring four originals, some more completed than others, all are convincing in their delivery and testaments to Cary's abilities as a lyricist and songwriter, not merely a violin player and harmony vocalist. Highlights are the melancholy, yet moving waltz opener, "Sorry," penned with the help of multi-instrumentalist Mike Daly, who also flavors the affair with pedal steel, dulcimer, and 12-string, and Cary's more upbeat, feminist-tinged plea "Rosemary Moore," encouraging an aging widow to stop grieving and start living. Featuring the dark, humorous lines "take out your hearing aid and go have a drink" and "if he didn't die happy at least he didn't die poor," it's hard not to hear the influence of ex-bandmate Ryan Adams, who lends harmonies and harmonica. Produced by Chris Stamey (Sneakers and the dB's), this is serious work with a warm, living room vibe.
© William Meyer /TiVo

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