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Baby Got Away

Virginia Dare

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Album Review

Former wannabe-Texan Mary O'Neil got her group Virginia Dare back together after cohort Paula Fraser split to form Tarnation. That left O'Brien on autoharp, producer Greg Freeman on bass and O'Neil's husband Brad Johnson on guitar to perform her bleak little songs, which are made all the more creepy by her atonal Exene/Courtney Love-style vocals. With that same kind of dark, poetic, domesticated romanticism haunting the aforementioned artist's work, O'Neil's songs are stunning, made all the more shocking by the lack of drums; Barbara Manning sitting in doesn't hurt. The spine-chilling title cut, the unconventional "love" song "Ship Go Down," and the olde folk-melody combined with post-punk guitar of "Camellia" are highlights among ten other absolutely charming songs.

Customer Reviews

Not for everyone, but I love it

This band's sound is rootsy without being precious. Mary O'Neill's songs are great and her voice has a kind of warbly out-of-tune-ness that reminds me of equally of Exene Cervenka and Neal Young. And Brad Johnson is a great guitar player. Raw, smart and strong.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

Virginia Dare were formed by singer/autoharpist Mary O'Neil and guitarist Brad Johnson, who had been in the Wannabe Texans, a San Francisco group that was well regarded on the local alternative circuit. Initially bassist Paula Fraser was part of the trio, but she left to devote her energies to another group, Tarnation. She was replaced by Greg Freeman, bassist in Pell Mell and an engineer/producer for countless local underground acts. One of the few drumless rock groups in the mainstream or the underground,...
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