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Customer Reviews

Nice sound

Very nice folk melodies. Beautiful chord changes. The kind of music that will bring tears to your eyes. I love The Be Good Tanyas!

Love their voices...

I love their song 'What are the doing in Heaven Today' I first heard it on the T.V. show 'Hell on Wheels'. Glad the show directed me to this great album.

Further from where they need to be

This album is weaker overall than their two previous albums. They seem to be heading away from where they need to be. Their first album, though raw, had some folksy mystique to it and a rootsy magic. Not to mention it had their one truly good song Littlest Birds. This album lacks any semblance of hits. The main feeling I get about this album is that it's a boring snoozefest. Way too soft. It's so soft at times that it's almost creepy with their warbling whispers. Honestly, I got a little creeped out at times.
The one thing that really kills this album for me is something that was present in their other albums, but this time around it's just something that i couldn't look past. One of the girls sings so deeply in the back of her throat that she almost sounds like a frog. It seems her vocals are the most prevalent on the album. Some songs are pretty good with some decent instrumentals that I could like if it weren't for that froggy singing. Ooteschenia is a prime example. Her vocals are sung so far in the back of her throat that I can't even understand what she's saying half of the time. It's almost comical in it's depth. She almost sounds like she's gargling. It's a shame. It really takes them further from where they could be. I still can't understand how a group that could create a song like Littlest Birds could not ever come close to that well crafted and sung of a song again.


Formed: 1999 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Cana

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The Be Good Tanyas play an old-timey blend of folk, country, and blues bolstered by sweet harmonies and traditional fingerpicking. The Vancouver trio has garnered comparisons to like-minded predecessors such as Gillian Welch and Iris DeMent. The group came together when Samantha Parton, who had spent her post-high-school years traveling with her guitar (drawing strong musical influence from visits to the Southern U.S.), returned to Vancouver. She and Jolie Holland initially formed the group, then...
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