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Purple Ivy Shadows - No Less The Trees Than The Stars download free

Performer:
Purple Ivy Shadows
Album:
No Less The Trees Than The Stars
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Style:
Alternative Rock, Country Rock, Space Rock, Indie Rock
MP3 archive size:
1923 mb
FLAC archive size:
1480 mb
WMA archive size:
1101 mb
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Rating:
4.3
Votes:
323

Tracklist

Pawtucket
Feeble
Rebuilding The Ancestral Statue
Until I Saw The Fish
Blue Mtn.
Roadwise Blood
Sustance
She Wouldn't Have It
Stairs
Dancefloor's Shiny Under Junky
No Health
A Space Is Needed

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SRRCD 29 Purple Ivy Shadows No Less The Trees Than The Stars ‎(CD, Album) Slow River Records SRRCD 29 US 1997
SRRCD 29 adv Purple Ivy Shadows No Less The Trees Than The Stars ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Car) Slow River Records SRRCD 29 adv US 1997


  • No Less the Trees Than the Stars puts drawling country touches on not-so-unconventional indie rock, an approach that could turn out banal, but is far too well-handled to ever go in that direction. For the most part, the album recalls Grandaddy without the rock and synth work, Pavement tracks like "Range Life," and the Silver Jews as a no-nonsense pop band. The fact that this Rhode Island outfit thanks each member of Small Factory somewhere in the album's liners is another good indicator of their overall tone. Thankfully, this unassuming sound is anchored in solid songwriting, which makes for a very likeable release.by Nitsuh Abebe (allMusic.com)