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ESTELUSTI: The Longest Road to Brackettville, Texas USA
Ms. Amy weighs in with words and music
on her friend, Texas balladeer and master atavist
Watch the whole episode on Ralph White, from the PBS series "Hardly Sound" on vimeo:
Music from "The Cimarron Banks" in KLRU's "Arts In Context" series about West Texas artist and sage A. Kelly Pruitt. Watch the full episode here:
JAD FAIR, THOLLEM MCDONAS, AMY ANNELLE
WEDS. OCT 10th 10 p.m.
This will be Amy's last show for 2012, and one of just a handful of dates she's played this year.
"Troubadour Amy Annelle has spent the better part of a decade sowing her rough and tumble folk tunes across the country, but the songstress returned to her Austin landing place to record her latest, The Cimarron Banks. For newcomers to her seven-LP career, her warbling alto commands most of the attention for the first few spins, but subsequent plays reveal intoxicating guitar lines and Bob Dylan's brand of lyricism ("I was but a waif just a-waitin' to be taken by a stiff breeze, a hellhound, or a full moon"). It's easy to appreciate the devastating delicacy of the title track, but most of the songs take extra spins to reveal their potential. Annelle's Austin residency allowed her to take the same care with this Craig Ross production as she did with her songwriting, layering together a rich album"
~~The Cimarron Banks 4-star review in AUSTIN CHRONICLE
Amy Annelle & the True Vine
"THE CIMARRON BANKS"
live at Central Presbyterian Church
Austin, TEXAS USA
BIG LOVE AND THANKS
to each and everyone who played and stayed and sang along,
Including you all sending well wishes from far & wide.
2010 PORTLAND FOLK FESTIVAL
"It's nearly impossible to narrow down this list of performers, but here are our top picks:
Longtime Portlanders surely recognize the voice of one Amy Annelle...armed with a fancy new disc, "The Cimarron Banks"...held tenderly together with her wondrous voice and nimble melodies. She'll be collaborating with the Portland Cello Project during their Woody Guthrie tribute, then embarking for a pair of not-to-be-missed solo sets as well"--Portland Mercury
|| photos from the Comancheria by Amy Annelle, 2010 ||
"Annelle possesses the rare instinct for remaining true to roots music while taking it into a different dimension, echoing in the memory long after she’s stopped playing…this is no ordinary folk singer"~~Laurie Gallardo, KUT Austin, Texas
NEW AMY ANNELLE ALBUM
"THE CIMARRON BANKS"
A High Plains Emanation.
"The Cimarron Banks reveals Amy Annelle as a High Plains angel, serenading sagebrush and shadows, while harmonizing with the wind. Her songs are sparse and transcendent. But far from being cloud-bound, Annelle exalts the soil—what grows from it, walks on it, and is built upon it. She also marks the trail of remnants: that which is wilted, forsaken and ghostly" ~~Irwin Chusid, WFMU NYC
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..also recently released on High Plains Sigh: 'FAWNS WITH FANGS: SELECTIONS FROM THE DARK HEART OF THE THICKET' The Places covers album SPINNING FREELY ON WFMU---WNUR---KDVS---WPRB---KGNU
"...not the usual premeditated studio covers album: it's more of an accidental self-portrait, drawn in hindsight from a wealth of live recordings and home 4-track sessions. T he album digs deep into the hallowed underground of British and American folk and psychedelic rock--with a few wild cards mixed in" Handmade and numbered, CDR in gatefold sleeve w/ booklet.