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Electric Ursa

Joan Shelley

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The second long-player from the Louisville-based singer/songwriter with one foot in the deep bluegrass of Kentucky and the other in the rocky crags of Laurel Canyon, Electric Ursa finds Joan Shelley, who resides somewhere between Joni Mitchell, Laura Marling, and Gillian Welch, recording in her hometown with My Morning Jacket and Andrew Bird producer Kevin Ratterman. Intimate, warm, and soulful, the album features eight evocative original songs, including "Something Small," "First of August, "Long Way to Night," and the languid title track. ~ James Christopher Monger

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Something Small 00:04:50

Joan Shelley, Artist, Main Artist

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Rising Air 00:03:04

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First of August 00:05:07

Joan Shelley, Artist, Main Artist

2014 No Quarter Records 2014 No Quarter Records

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River Low 00:03:31

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2014 No Quarter Records 2014 No Quarter Records

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Remedios 00:02:35

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2014 No Quarter Records 2014 No Quarter Records

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Long Way to Night 00:04:15

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2014 No Quarter Records 2014 No Quarter Records

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Moss & Marrow 00:04:16

Joan Shelley, Artist, Main Artist

2014 No Quarter Records 2014 No Quarter Records

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Electric Ursa 00:04:54

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2014 No Quarter Records 2014 No Quarter Records

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The second long-player from the Louisville-based singer/songwriter with one foot in the deep bluegrass of Kentucky and the other in the rocky crags of Laurel Canyon, Electric Ursa finds Joan Shelley, who resides somewhere between Joni Mitchell, Laura Marling, and Gillian Welch, recording in her hometown with My Morning Jacket and Andrew Bird producer Kevin Ratterman. Intimate, warm, and soulful, the album features eight evocative original songs, including "Something Small," "First of August, "Long Way to Night," and the languid title track. ~ James Christopher Monger

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