Easy Street Records

While their full band was busy raising kids and committed to various day jobs, Flora Reed and Philip Price of Winterpills decided it would be fun to quickly record some of their favorite cover songs while the tape rolled. But what began as a small casual project morphed into an orchestrated, introspective transformation of a few well-known songs and quite a lot of under-appreciated gems: songs by Sharon Van Etten, Buddy Holly, Lisa Germano, the Go-Betweens, XTC, Beck, the Beatles, and more get the treatment of filtering through the alchemy of Flora and Philip s vocal & instrumental chemistry experiment.
While their full band was busy raising kids and committed to various day jobs, Flora Reed and Philip Price of Winterpills decided it would be fun to quickly record some of their favorite cover songs while the tape rolled. But what began as a small casual project morphed into an orchestrated, introspective transformation of a few well-known songs and quite a lot of under-appreciated gems: songs by Sharon Van Etten, Buddy Holly, Lisa Germano, the Go-Betweens, XTC, Beck, the Beatles, and more get the treatment of filtering through the alchemy of Flora and Philip s vocal & instrumental chemistry experiment.
701237206929

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Format: CD
Label: SIGN
Rel. Date: 10/14/2014
UPC: 701237206929

Echolalia
Artist: Winterpills
Format: CD
New: Not currently available
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. One Day (Sharon Van Etten)
2. Time of No Reply (Nick Drake)
3. From a Shell (Lisa Germano)
4. Open Your Eyes (Jules Shear)
5. Learning the Game (Buddy Holly)
6. We're the Same (Matthew Sweet)
7. Bye Bye Pride (The Go-Betweens)
8. Museum of Flight (Damien Jurado)
9. Train Running Low On Soul Coal (Xtc)
10. A World Away from This One (Mark Mulcahy)
11. The Wolf Is On the Hill (Beck)
12. Cry Baby Cry (Lennon/McCartney)

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While their full band was busy raising kids and committed to various day jobs, Flora Reed and Philip Price of Winterpills decided it would be fun to quickly record some of their favorite cover songs while the tape rolled. But what began as a small casual project morphed into an orchestrated, introspective transformation of a few well-known songs and quite a lot of under-appreciated gems: songs by Sharon Van Etten, Buddy Holly, Lisa Germano, the Go-Betweens, XTC, Beck, the Beatles, and more get the treatment of filtering through the alchemy of Flora and Philip s vocal & instrumental chemistry experiment.
        
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