Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Riders in the Sky|
Cowboys in Love
First new material in over a year from the orchestral folk-pop act featuring singer/songwriter Isobel Campbell of Belle and Sebastian. The title track 'Falling From Grace' is taken from their forthcoming sophomore album 'S... more »
First new material in over a year from the orchestral folk-pop act featuring singer/songwriter Isobel Campbell of Belle and Sebastian. The title track 'Falling From Grace' is taken from their forthcoming sophomore album 'Swansong For You', it's backed with three non-LP tracks, 'Going Home', 'October's Sky' and 'Hold Back A Thousand Hours'. 2000 release. Standard jewel case.
Weak voices, great voices
Saudade | Cebolla, Spain | 06/18/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I think this song is so delicate that listening to it could change your mood permanently. The way Isobel sings is very intense, although it may sound weak, but this is what makes them unique, just as other female singers that I recommend: Astrud Gilberto, Françoise Hardy, and even a group from Spain, known as "La Buena Vida"."
The best Pumkin Song Ever
Patricio A. Suarez | nyc, ny USA | 10/23/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Heard this song for the first time watchin the Pumpkin movie and I just had to have it. This song rocks. If anyone knows who plays trumpet on the pumpkin song please email me, thanks!"
Great fun & great music
Tim Fay | Sonora, Ca | 07/21/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"With the usual tight vocal harmonies that are the trademark of Riders In The Sky, this album delivers some excellent examples of western swing. Add to this the fun of tracks such as 'You're wearin' out your welcome, Matt', 'Wimmen, who needs 'em!', and guest appearances by Emmylou Harris, and Asleep at the Wheel and this album becomes a definite best buy. This is not to slight in the least the excellent musicianship or songwriting of Ranger Doug, Woody Paul, and Too Slim. If you've been a fan of Riders in the Sky, you've gotta have this album, if you're not familar with them this is a great place to start."