Release source: CD. Year: 2014.
Release source: CD.
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Artist: The Secret Sisters Album: Put Your Needle Down Genre: Contemporary Country Origin .
Artist: The Secret Sisters Album: Put Your Needle Down Genre: Contemporary Country Origin: USA Released: 2014 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Tracklist: Rattle My Bones (03:41). The Pocket Knife (04:35). Let There Be Lonely (03:10). Black And Blue (03:31). Lonely Island (02:32). I Cannot Find A Way (03:13). View first unread post The Quebe Sisters - The Quebe Sisters (2019) ; mp3, 320 kbps by Mike1985 22 Sep 2019, 08:28 in Country, Bluegrass (lossy - mp3). 0. 418. by Mike1985 View the latest post 22 Sep 2019, 08:28.
Stream Put Your Needle Down by The Secret Sisters and tens of millions of other songs . Format: MP3 MusicVerified Purchase. Compared to the first wonderful Secret Sisters album, this one appears to have more background percussion and bass.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Put Your Needle Down shows the growth as artists that The Secret Sisters are achieving. The songs are heavy and more focused with the help of producer T Bone Burnett. The Pocket Knife" has that driving guitar hook that is a departure from some of their "sweeter" songs from the first album.
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Artist: The Secret Sisters. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. FLAC (288 mb): hitfile: download. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: May 24, 2017 - The Secret Sisters – You Don’t Own Me Anymore (2017).
The Secret Sisters: mp3 Going West with Secrets, Secret Sisters, The Secret Seven, Secret In The Window & more. Erik Darling, The Kossoy Sisters - Down In A Willow Garden Railroad Bill, 2013 02:35. Grind - Sister Cecelia (And the Secret of the Outlaw) Fussy Precision, 2018 04:36. The Byskal Sisters - The Secret of Your Presence Before We Say Goodbye, 1984 02:09. Secrets of the Third Planet - Sister Night Sea Day&Night, 2010 05:25. THE AMERICANS, The Secret Sisters - Long Way from Home I'll Be Yours, 2017 02:47. THE AMERICANS, The Secret Sisters - Last Chance I'll Be Yours, 2017 04:45. Flee as a Bird You Don't Own Me Anymore, 2017 02:35.
The Pocket Knife, 04:34. Let There Be Lonely, 03:10. Black and Blue, 03:30
The Pocket Knife, 04:34. Black and Blue, 03:30.
Put Your Needle Down - Студийный альбом от The Secret Sisters. Put Your Needle Down. Вышел 15 апреля 2014г. В альбом вошло 16 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 59:26.
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The Secret Sisters - Put Your Needle Down
Artist...............: The Secret Sisters
Album................: Put Your Needle Down
Genre................: Country & Folk
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Codec................: LAME 3.99
Version..............: MPEG 1 Layer III
Quality..............: Insane, (avg. bitrate: 320kbps)
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Posted by............: Beolab1700 on 17/04/2014
1. The Secret Sisters - Rattle My Bones [03:32]
2. The Secret Sisters - Iuka [04:34]
3. The Secret Sisters - Dirty Lie [02:47]
4. The Secret Sisters - The Pocket Knife [04:26]
5. The Secret Sisters - Let There Be Lonely [03:02]
6. The Secret Sisters - Black And Blue [03:22]
7. The Secret Sisters - Lonely Island [02:24]
8. The Secret Sisters - I Cannot Find A Way [03:04]
9. The Secret Sisters - If I Don't [03:45]
10. The Secret Sisters - Good Luck, Good Night, Goodbye [03:26]
11. The Secret Sisters - Bad Habit [04:37]
12. The Secret Sisters - River Jordan [03:09]
Playing Time.........: 42:14
Total Size...........: 103.83 MB
The Secret Sisters, the singing and songwriting duo of sisters (it’s really not so much of a secret) Lydia and Laura Rogers, hit the O Brother Americana vein with their self-titled debut album in 2011, a T-Bone Burnett-produced facsimile gem that reimagined and re-created the feel of 1940s traditional country and honky tonk, made more than that by the bright, assured distaff Everly Brothers-styled singing of the two sisters.
It was an impressive debut, but it also was one that could have easily painted the Secret Sisters into a dusty back-alley country corner stylistically. This was obviously on everybody’s mind, because this second Burnett-produced album updates the sound a decade or so into a mesh of folky honky tonk, garage rock, and girl group ballads, with a touch of Daniel Lanois-like swampy noodling on a few tracks, making Put Your Needle Down sound a bit like Emmylou Harris’ Lanois-produced Wrecking Ball as sung by the Everly Brothers’ little sisters while fronting the Cowboy Junkies.
That may sound like a mess, but it isn’t, and this album grows on you as it progresses, with the sisters’ assured singing (and songwriting — they co-wrote many of the songs here) making everything cohere and shine. At the center of things is an old Bob Dylan song called “Dirty Lie,” previously only heard as an unfinished Dylan demo. Given permission by Dylan to finish the song, it emerges here as a striking “St. James Infirmary”-like jewel with a dark, murky jazz-blues feel. Not much about this album is country, really, with the swampy, haunting “Iuka,” a sisters original co-write, sounding like a Cowboy Junkies track gone deep into Mississippi folk or blues territory (the sisters are from Alabama, by the way), and there’s a neat late-’50s, early-’60s girl group feel to “Black and Blue,” while Boudleaux Bryant’s “Lonely Island,” one of the coolest tracks here, sounds exactly like a female version of the Everly Brothers singing a classic 1950s girl group ballad. This set might not be as insularly perfect as
The Secret Sisters’ first album, but it’s ultimately just as impressive, if not more so, breaking the duo out of that “honky tonk made of fine glass” feel that could have easily trapped them creatively and artistically. This set breaks that bind and means the Secret Sisters have the freedom to go anywhere from here, and whether it’s musically forward or back in time really matters little with this kind of talent. It’s nice to know that they’re not about to stand still.