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Chinatown

The Be Good Tanyas

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The homespun, slightly quirky approach that guided the Be Good Tanyas on Blue Horse permeates their enigmatically titled sophomore release too. If anything, these performances beckon the listener even more into the material, as a fiery hearth might draw strangers together on a cold night. The singing is raggedy and breathy, the instruments gently strummed or stroked; like whispered intimacies, these elements cast a conversational spell. When something extra is added, it comes in minimal doses -- a sprinkle of barely audible electric guitar and unobtrusive strings enhance, rather than delete, the acoustic ambience on "Dogsong 2," while two cameos by Olu Dara stir memories of Joni Mitchell's early tapestries of folk and jazz. No single tracks stand out, but that may be intentional; by sustaining its blurry, wistful mood with neither gimmick nor interruption, Chinatown feels like an evening well spent with old friends.
© Robert L. Doerschuk /TiVo

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1
It's Not Happening
00:02:41

Danny Kopelson, Mixer, Engineer, Recorder - Roey Shemesh, Double Bass - The Be Good Tanyas, Featured Vocalist, MainArtist

© 2003 Nettwerk Productions ℗ 2003 Nettwerk Productions. All rights reserved.

2
Waiting Around To Die
00:05:13

John Ellis, Mixer, Engineer, Recorder - Samantha Parton, Mixer - Brodie Smith, Mixer - The Be Good Tanyas, Vocals, MainArtist

© 2003 Nettwerk Productions ℗ 2012 Nettwerk Productions

3
The Junkie Song
00:03:47

John Ellis, Engineer, Recorder - Danny Kopelson, Mixer - The Be Good Tanyas, Vocals, MainArtist

© 2003 Nettwerk Productions ℗ 2012 Nettwerk Productions

4
Ship Out On The Sea
00:04:13

John Ellis, Engineer, Recorder - Danny Kopelson, Mixer - Roey Shemesh, Bass - The Be Good Tanyas, Vocals, MainArtist

© 2003 Nettwerk Productions ℗ 2012 Nettwerk Productions

5
Dogsong 2
00:05:08

John Ellis, Engineer, Recorder - Danny Kopelson, Mixer - The Be Good Tanyas, Featured Vocalist, MainArtist

© 2003 Nettwerk Productions ℗ 2003 Nettwerk Productions. All rights reserved.

6
Rowdy Blues
00:03:32

John Ellis, Engineer, Recorder - Danny Kopelson, Mixer - The Be Good Tanyas, Featured Vocalist, MainArtist

© 2003 Nettwerk Productions ℗ 2003 Nettwerk Productions. All rights reserved.

7
Reuben
00:04:23

John Ellis, Engineer, Recorder - Adam McGhie, Mixer - The Be Good Tanyas, Featured Vocalist, MainArtist

© 2003 Nettwerk Productions ℗ 2003 Nettwerk Productions. All rights reserved.

8
House Of The Rising Sun
00:03:49

Traditional, Composer - John Ellis, Engineer, Recorder - Arranged By, Composer - Danny Kopelson, Mixer - The Be Good Tanyas, Featured Vocalist, MainArtist - Frazey Ford, Composer

© 2003 Nettwerk Productions ℗ 2003 Nettwerk Productions. All rights reserved.

9
In Spite Of All The Damage
00:03:59

John Ellis, Engineer, Recorder - Danny Kopelson, Mixer - The Be Good Tanyas, Featured Vocalist, MainArtist

© 2003 Nettwerk Productions ℗ 2003 Nettwerk Productions. All rights reserved.

10
Lonesome Blues
00:04:17

John Ellis, Engineer, Recorder - Danny Kopelson, Mixer - The Be Good Tanyas, Featured Vocalist, MainArtist

© 2003 Nettwerk Productions ℗ 2003 Nettwerk Productions. All rights reserved.

11
In My Time Of Dying
00:03:43

John Ellis, Engineer, Recorder - Danny Kopelson, Mixer - The Be Good Tanyas, Vocals, MainArtist

© 2003 Nettwerk Productions ℗ 2012 Nettwerk Productions

12
I Wish My Baby Was Born
00:03:50

John Ellis, Engineer, Recorder - Adam McGhie, Mixer - The Be Good Tanyas, Featured Vocalist, MainArtist

© 2003 Nettwerk Productions ℗ 2003 Nettwerk Productions. All rights reserved.

13
Horses
00:04:01

Olu Dara, Cornet - Danny Kopelson, Mixer, Engineer, Recorder - Jason Marcucci, Engineer, Recorder - Andrew Burden, Double Bass - Samantha Parton, Composer - Trish Klein, Composer - Adam McGhie, Engineer - Glenn Eidsness, Drums - The Be Good Tanyas, Featured Vocalist, MainArtist - Frazey Ford, Composer

© 2003 Nettwerk Productions ℗ 2003 Nettwerk Productions. All rights reserved.

14
Midnight Moonlight
00:03:45

John Ellis, Engineer, Recorder - Danny Kopelson, Mixer - The Be Good Tanyas, Featured Vocalist, MainArtist

© 2003 Nettwerk Productions ℗ 2003 Nettwerk Productions. All rights reserved.

Album Description

The homespun, slightly quirky approach that guided the Be Good Tanyas on Blue Horse permeates their enigmatically titled sophomore release too. If anything, these performances beckon the listener even more into the material, as a fiery hearth might draw strangers together on a cold night. The singing is raggedy and breathy, the instruments gently strummed or stroked; like whispered intimacies, these elements cast a conversational spell. When something extra is added, it comes in minimal doses -- a sprinkle of barely audible electric guitar and unobtrusive strings enhance, rather than delete, the acoustic ambience on "Dogsong 2," while two cameos by Olu Dara stir memories of Joni Mitchell's early tapestries of folk and jazz. No single tracks stand out, but that may be intentional; by sustaining its blurry, wistful mood with neither gimmick nor interruption, Chinatown feels like an evening well spent with old friends.
© Robert L. Doerschuk /TiVo

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