Dirty Three - Toward The Low Sun

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Toward The Low Sun by Dirty Three

Toward The Low Sun
by Dirty Three

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Product Code:
REVR-DRA-1114
Label:
Drag City
Genre:
Rock
Format:
Vinyl LP - Sealed
UPC:
781484051114
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Toward The Low Sun is the first Dirty Three album since 2005s Cinder. Returning to the band's basic formula, the labor and decision-making is divided evenly and democratically as they improvise in the heart of the moment. The sounds of traditional music are glimpsed in Warren Ellis' violin while Mick Turner and Jim White blow clouds that envelop the picture. Each take the lead as the untidy trio trip lightly and jazzily from etude to still life to exploding the air around us with just a violin, electric guitar and trap kit. Look Toward the Low Sun and you will know once again the burn of the Dirty Three. The crusty trifecta are back, for the first time ever on Drag City Records.
1. Furnace Skies
2. Sometimes I Forget You've Gone
3. Moon on the Land
4. Rising Below
5. The Pier
6. Rain Song
7. That Was Was
8. Ashen Snow
9. You Greet Her Ghost

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