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GodAwful Things - Lake Street Dive - Side Pony (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Side Pony is Lake Street Dive's Nonesuch Records debut album. The four band members drummer Michael Calabrese, bassist Bridget Kearney, singer Rachael Price, and guitarist/trumpeter Michael "McDuck" Olson worked with Nashville-based producer Dave Cobb (Sturgill Simpson, Chris Stapleton, Secret Sisters) on the record.
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  3. Side Pony: Nonesuch Free Yourself Up: Nonesuch AllMusic Find Lake Street Dive discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Compilations Singles & EPs All. Year Album Label AllMusic Rating.
  4. Jun 30,  · Get ready to fall in love with Lake Street Dive just like we did when they stopped by to play two songs (“Godawful Things” and “Mistakes”) from their latest LP, “Side Pony.”.
  5. Centered on the warm, highly resonant vocals of Rachael Price, Boston's Lake Street Dive began their career as an eclectic, adventurous quartet just as likely to play a twangy, Fleetwood Mac song or a Hall & Oates cover as any of their own soulful, jazz- and R&B-influenced originals. However, since their eponymous debut, Lake Street Dive, which also features guitarist/trumpeter Mike Olson Price: $
  6. Godawful Things This song is by Lake Street Dive and appears on the album Side Pony (). Only a devil could be so bold to break a heart like yours No no, so cold but you've been there before You're in a state of disrepair, you're an answer to My prayers Well well, I'll be there Thank the good lord For those godawful things That brought you right back to me Only an angel can.
  7. Side Pony takes it's name from a song on the record that refers to a whimsical hairstyle, but it also serves as a metaphor for Lake Street Dive's philosophy and personality as a band. As Kearney puts it, "When we were settling on the album title, that one just stuck out to us as embodying the band's spirit.
  8. If you’re one of the moral minority with a healthy disdain for stock drum machine rhythms, sound-alike synth patches, and vocals that are compressed, de-essed, and auto-tuned to the point of emotional sterility, then dive right into Lake Street Dive. Side Pony is the band’s fifth release, another refinement of the band’s original sound conceived by the quartet at the New England Conservatory and birthed in /5().

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