Corin Tucker Band – “Neskowin" (video)

by PopMatters Staff

19 September 2012

 

“Listening to Tucker sing almost requires footnotes. She has one of the best voices in rock, and not in some whiskey-soaked alcohol metaphor way. Few singers can get as many emotions out of a single inflection as she can, the slightest variation drastically changing the tone. She’s direct, but her voice is filled with the complexities of direction that populate real life.”
—David Grossman, “The Ballad of a Ladymom: An Interview with Corin Tucker”

 

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