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Reseña de álbum

Amy Ray and Emily Saliers continue to hone their signature lush melodies on their fifth studio effort, Swamp Ophelia. Reflecting back to their pioneering singer/songwriting days of the late '80s and early '90s, this album is confident in the face of the male-dominated music industry and the Indigo Girls are no longer afraid to hit upon past relationships and personal emotion. Saliers and Ray's incredible harmonies are most stylish and songs such as "Language of the Kiss" and "Touch Me Fall" are illustriously romantic and serene. "Least Complicated" is vocally enchanting, layering bongos and percussion to make this cut an album standout. Their choir-like unison allows their vocal power to carry them through the entire record, but accompanying musicians, such as Lisa Germano (mandolin, violin), Canadian songstress Jane Siberry, and cellist Jane Scarpantoni, also make Swamp Ophelia more pleasurable. But the duo also move beyond the sweet and tender by dipping into darker realms, especially on "Dead Man's Hill." Their earthy voices creep along the haunting tom-toms to provoke another musical side. This album is another humanistic effort from the Indigo Girls' deep and indwelling passions and ideas. This release molds the beauty of what's yet to come.

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Indigo Girls are amazing

These two women are SO talented. They have great voices that sound even better in their perfect harmonies and accompanied by the acoustic guitar. My favorites: Least Complicated, Language or the Kiss, and Power of two. These lyrics are so great! You can't buy these songs without reading the lyrics, because they show you how great this duo is at writing. Seriously, indigo girls = talent.

The Power Of Two Indigo Girls

It seems that the Indigo Girls are incapable of creating a bad record,and that's a good thing.How many times have we all been burned by a favorite artist by buying their latest sight unseen!(or unheard)Here,IG has struck gold once again."Least Complicated" was the only tune I'd heard before bying this record initially.And it isn't even my fave here,altho' it's a dynamite song!"Mystery" has some of Emily's best lyrics ever,"This Train Revised" is dynamic and thought-provoking,gave me chills."Language Or The Kiss" is yet another classic love song and chart-topper,but the best song here goes to Amy's"Touch Me Fall",has to be one of her best compositions ever,impassioned vocals and tempo changes,an instant classic.Then there's"Power Of Two" and "Dead Man's Hill',on and on.Great music throughout...what I've come to expect from Indigo Girls!!


Fecha de formación: Athens, GA, 1985

Género: Cantautores

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

While they came into prominence as part of the late-'80s folky singer/songwriter revival, the Indigo Girls had staying power where other artists from the same era quickly faded. Their two-women-with-guitars formula may not have seemed very revolutionary on paper, but the combination of two distinct personalities and songwriting styles provided tension and an interesting balance. Emily Saliers, hailing from the more traditional Joni Mitchell school, boasted a gentler sound, was more complex musically,...
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