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Emily - Joanna Newsom - Ys (CD, Album)

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  1. Zolorisar says:
    Ys, an Album by Joanna Newsom. Released in October on Spunk (catalog no. URA; CD). Genres: Chamber Folk, Singer/Songwriter, Progressive Folk.
  2. Nekus says:
    Apr 26,  · The gentleness of a blackbird's feather, the ferocity of a tidal wave. Lush, orchestral arrangements blossom in wondrous beauty like a cherry tree in springtime. Taxing as it is fulfilling, Joanna Newsom crafted an especial substantive singer-songwriter landmark with Ys.
  3. Taujas says:
    Joanna Newsom's "Ys" perfectly encapsulates music at its most beautiful. From the heartfelt and emotionally impactful lyrics to the raw instrumentations to Newsom's heavenly, angelic vocals, this album does not miss at all. From the opening track "Emily", Newsom.
  4. Akimuro says:
    Jazz album: “Ys” by Joanna Newsom, released in on Drag City. Explore the largest collection of jazz recordings @ All About Jazz.
  5. Zugal says:
    Ys by Joanna Newsom, released 14 November 1. Emily 2. Monkey & Bear 3. Sawdust & Diamonds 4. Only Skin 5. Cosmia A once-a-life moment, forged into the shape of an album. These five songs are worth a thousand pictures, and that adds up to a million words - and that's almost as many words as there are in the libretto for this epic (pron. epoch).
  6. Balrajas says:
    Jan 18,  · Joanna Newsom is dismissed by some as kookily faux-naif, but her second album, before she trained out the childlike quality from her voice, may be the most enchanted record ever made.
  7. Gardarg says:
    YS is an unspeakably incredible 45 minute album that consists of 5 songs. YS is to Ms Newsom a dream collaboration between her voice and harp and an orchestra/5().
  8. Gardalrajas says:
    Listen to your favorite songs from Joanna Newsom. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  9. Dodal says:
    Nov 14,  · Pronounced “ees,” harpist Joanna Newsom’s second album is an unusual piece of modern artistry; it doesn’t sound like anything else released in Five songs in 55 minutes, the album slowly unravels in its idiosyncratic nuance.

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