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This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Ghost, The Elf, The Cat and the Angel. 1. The Roots of the Butterfly Bush. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Iditarod.
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Though they're from Rhode Island, the duo comprising Iditarod (Carin Wagner and Jeffrey Alexander) sound quite a bit like a British psychedelic-tinged folk or folk-rock act. Those enamored of the sound of vintage artists in that tributary, like Donovan, the Incredible String Band, and Pentangle - and of more recent artists that obviously owe something to that style, like Robyn Hitchcock and (far more obscurely) Damien Youth - might well be inclined to enjoy this record, though it's not explicitly imitative of any of those artists.
The Iditarod does something in modern psychedelic music that many people are not-creatively exploring the lyrical side of european folk. I'm not saying they are doing european folk songs, but rather, what they are doing feels closer to that tradition than anything else. But do not think this is anything less than exploratory underground folk music-much akin to six organs of admittance, charalambides (when they chose to do folk) and even the frentic folk underground of Japan (Makami, Tomokawa, Inaba).
The Ghost, the Elf, the Cat, and the Angel. Released: April 2, 2002.
Elf is the first studio album by Ronnie James Dio's blues rock band called Elf. Produced by Ian Paice and Roger Glover of Deep Purple, the record was released in 1972. In this album, Dio is listed by his birth name Ronald Padavona.
The Iditarod's reading of "Let No Man Steal Your Thyme" closely monitors Pentangle's recorded version, while their take on a droning lament "Unfortunate Lass" - the set's highlight - echoes Steeleye Span's masterful "When I Was On Horseback". Line up: Carin Wagner, Jeffrey Alexander.
The Iditarod, a pagan folk-psych duo (Carin Wagner and Jeffrey Alexander) from Providence, Rhode Island, is group of such artists. Their latest full-length The Ghost, The Elf, The Cat, and The Angel combines eclectic acoustic instrumentation (acoustic guitars, tamboura, dulcimers, bongos, bells, singing bowls, musical saws) with electronics (moogs, turntables, phonographs) in meandering arrangements and ambient treatments of medieval folk songs. These comparisons could be compliments or insults depending on your politics, either way I don't believe The Iditarod have hit their stride yet. The ever present Grimm's fairy tale and druid aesthetic wears thin after a couple of minutes and the band too often sacrifices the subtleties of songcraft in favor of dark atmospherics (a fate I'm afraid too many psych-bands succumb to).
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||The Roots Of The Butterfly Bush||3:31|
|2||Black Strung Bow||1:00|
|3||Afternoons Like This Are Hard To Come By||7:22|
|4||Raga (In D#)||6:44|
|6||The Falling Of The Pine
Written-By – Traditional
|7||Ich Tanzte Weit||2:09|
|8||New Magic In A Dusty World||1:58|
|9||Let No Man Steal Your Thyme
Written-By – Traditional
|10||The Nameless One||4:08|
Written-By – Traditional
- Bouzouki, Vocals, Dulcimer, Organ, Glockenspiel – Fit & Limo (tracks: 2, 7)
- Cello, Other [Wine Glasses] – Margie Wienk
- Guitar, Banjo, Turntables [Phonograph], Synthesizer [Moog], Singing Bowls, Electronics – Jeffrey Alexander
- Mastered By – jr71
- Mixed By – Jed Marshall
- Recorded By – Jesse Poe (tracks: 1, 3 to 6, 8 to 11)
- Saw – Jesse Poe (tracks: 6)
- Violin, Vocals, Percussion, Guitar, Recorder, Viola – Matthew Everett
- Vocals, Guitar, Other [Wine Glasses], Synthesizer [Moog], Tambura, Bells, Other [Finger Cymbals], Percussion [Chimes] – Carin Wagner
NotesTrack 6, The Falling Of The Pine, is followed by an unlisted version of an old Danish fiddle song called 'Hur Var Du I Aftes Saa Silding', performed by Matthew Everett.
Made in Canada.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 6 56605 96652 6
- Barcode (Reader): 656605966526
- Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): 31 #20115X09 INRI065 MADE IN CANADA L386
- Matrix / Runout (Inner CD ring): 17
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L386
Performer: The Iditarod
Title: The Ghost, The Elf, The Cat And The Angel
Date of release: 2002
Style: Acoustic, Ethereal, Neofolk
Size MP3: 1899 mb
Size FLAC: 1399 mb
Rating: 4.6 / 5
Other Formats: MPC VOC DTS DMF WAV FLAC AHX