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Dirty Three have a gift for creating unforgettably emotive instrumental soundscapes, and Horse Stories demonstrates this to great effect. The versatility of Warren Ellis' violin playing is what drives Horse Stories, but although the violin is the focal point, Mick Turner's guitar and Jim White's drumming are vital elements in making Dirty Three's sound so compelling. The tracks here are widely varied, from slow, languid pieces like "1000 Miles" and "At the Bar" and wild dances like "Red" and "I Remember a Time When Once You Used to Love Me" to stunningly beautiful tracks like the aptly titled "Hope." It is fitting that Horse Stories helped Dirty Three reach a wider audience than they had with their earlier efforts, as it was an album that saw them reach new heights in creativity. ~ Jonathan Lewis

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1
1000 Miles
00:04:41

Dirty Three, Artist, Main Artist

1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

2
Sue's Last Ride
00:07:23

Dirty Three, Artist, Main Artist

1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

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Hope
00:04:53

Dirty Three, Artist, Main Artist

1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

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I Remember a Time When Once You Used to Love Me
00:06:12

Dirty Three, Artist, Main Artist

1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

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At the Bar
00:06:39

Dirty Three, Artist, Main Artist

1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

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Red
00:03:54

Dirty Three, Artist, Main Artist

1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

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Warren's Lament
00:08:44

Dirty Three, Artist, Main Artist

1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

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Horse
00:05:39

Dirty Three, Artist, Main Artist

1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

9
I Knew It Would Come to This
00:08:38

Dirty Three, Artist, Main Artist

1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

10
Crazy Birds (Bonus Track)
00:03:17

Dirty Three, Artist, Main Artist

1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

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Dirty Three have a gift for creating unforgettably emotive instrumental soundscapes, and Horse Stories demonstrates this to great effect. The versatility of Warren Ellis' violin playing is what drives Horse Stories, but although the violin is the focal point, Mick Turner's guitar and Jim White's drumming are vital elements in making Dirty Three's sound so compelling. The tracks here are widely varied, from slow, languid pieces like "1000 Miles" and "At the Bar" and wild dances like "Red" and "I Remember a Time When Once You Used to Love Me" to stunningly beautiful tracks like the aptly titled "Hope." It is fitting that Horse Stories helped Dirty Three reach a wider audience than they had with their earlier efforts, as it was an album that saw them reach new heights in creativity. ~ Jonathan Lewis

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