The Longest Winter - Julie Doiron And The Wooden Stars - Julie Doiron And The Wooden Stars

07.01.2020
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  • The most produced of her records, Julie Doiron and the Wooden Stars' self-titled record maintains that minimal style inherent in Doiron's previous releases. Wooden Stars are the perfect band to work with Julie Dorion. Both capture the sense of the other, blending wonderfully. Most of the tunes are straight-ahead rock with keyboards and vocals accenting the bass and drums.8/
  • Mar 24,  · Admittedly I don't know frigg all about Wooden Stars and I certainly had no idea what to expect with this, but with Julie Doiron it's hard to go wrong. It actually turned out to be a remarkable success! Wooden Stars are sort of an atmospheric slowcore band which accent's Julie's weepy solitary indie folk stylings perfectly/5(1).
  • Mar 11,  · Available for the first time on vinyl, Julie Doiron and the Wooden Stars is Doiron's most critically acclaimed album, going so far as to win the Juno Award - the Canadian equivalent to the Grammy - for best independently released album of the year/5(4).
  • The Longest Winter, a song by Julie Doiron, Wooden Stars on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics folkmetal.ladoramoonshaperarashakar.infoinfo Duration: 2 min.
  • Of all of Julie Doiron 's projects over the years, her collaborative album with the Wooden Stars, simply called Julie Doiron and the Wooden Stars, is one of the most acclaimed, having won a.
  • Combining elements of rock and jazz-a la Joni Mitchell's early '70s work-Julie and the Wooden Stars somehow translated the coldness of the Canadian winter into one of the warmest and most tender records to be produced in the Eastern province in years. Julie Doiron began her career in music in at the age of 18 in Moncton, New Brunswick Canada playing bass in Eric's Trip, a folky yet .
  • Available for the first time on vinyl, Julie Doiron and the Wooden Stars is Doiron's most critically acclaimed album, going so far as to win the Juno Award - the Canadian equivalent to the Grammy - for best independently released album of the year/5(4).

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