Articles tagged eliza gilkyson

Eliza Gilkyson: Roses at the End of Time

Eliza Gilkyson delivers another varied, thought-provoking, and deeply-felt release.

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14 Oct 2010 // 9:59 PM

Red Horse: Red Horse

The result comes off as a sort of mostly acoustic tapestry in which the trio takes turns singing and playing each other's music. Conceptually, this is a sweet idea. In practice, the three performers are not of equal talent.

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Eliza Gilkyson : Beautiful World

Although burning with rage at the devastating course her native United States has taken these past years, Gilkyson refuses to let it push her to dejection.

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Eliza Gilkyson: Your Town Tonight

Like Johnny Cash or Pete Seeger, the very timbre of Gilkyson's voice convinces the listener that she understands the deep lessons of life.

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	Eliza Gilkyson: Paradise Hotel

It's her most accomplished and consistent work to-date.

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	Eliza Gilkyson: Land of Milk and Honey

A few years ago, the coffeehouse-singing female songwriter was assumed to be either someone who lost touch with the music business or, in some cases,

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A Chat with José González at Newport Folk Festival

// Notes from the Road

"José González's sets during Newport Folk Festival weren't on his birthday (that is today) but each looked to be a special intimate performance.

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