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Main » 2007 » January » 5 » Stone Breath - 1998 - A Silver Thread To Weave The Season
Stone Breath - 1998 - A Silver Thread To Weave The Season
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Stone Breath - A Silver Thread To Weave The Season

(psychedelic folk )

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Silver Thread
Rainbow-Gilded Leaves of Autumn
Peppermint and Clover Honey
Clouds of Red Twilight
Evening Air
Summer's Night
My Heart Is an Acorn Buried in the Black Earth
Odalisque
Fleance
Rain of Days
Listen, Listen, Listen
Leaves About Our Feet, We Reached for the Moon
Devotional (One)
Devotional (Two)

Stone Breath was not a part of any collective, or any commune. Stone Breath was not a part of any scene. Stone Breath was part of the earth. Metal, hair, wood, skin, flesh, leaf, breath, and bone made our songs. We sang hymns to God and the green wood.

Stone Breath was not new. It was cracked. Broken. Imperfect. Hidden. Weathered by the seasons.

Stone Breath began in 1995 and ended in 2006.

source: http://www.myspace.com/stonebreath


Finally, an American inclusion into the apocalyptic folk genre that does not pale in comparison to its European counterparts, and a recording that Stone Breath should be proud of. Timothy Renner writes songs like a true-born troubadour and lyrics like some sort of a modern day William Blake, crafting them into gentle, yet jarring compositions that equal no other. Acoustic guitar that sounds folk, but not like beatnik or hippy folk, but like the music that one must have heard at the formation of the American nation. Bluegrass sounding Banjos, whistles, flutes, dumbeks, dulcimer, catfish guitar, and harmonium all lend a uniqueness to this recording that stands out amongst the crowd, evoking a time when studios, filters, and electricity were not needed to make finely crafted music.



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