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Jolie Holland's second studio album, Springtime Can Kill You" is a 12 track song-cycle-a crossroads where haunting meets joyful-a voice from the heavens singing stories of the underworld. Holland's songs rise and fall like heavy eyelids and convey the peace of that place between asleep and awake, creating a special place for you to be. There sounds from past and present-tense waltz together to a never-ending melody that flickers between folk, jazz, blues and pop. Holland's lyrics conjure characters and situations one might find in the surrealistic celluloid of Jim Jarmusch. As with all good dreams, there is an anything-goes spirit leading the way.
Jolie Holland's second studio album, Springtime Can Kill You" is a 12 track song-cycle-a crossroads where haunting meets joyful-a voice from the heavens singing stories of the underworld. Holland's songs rise and fall like heavy eyelids and convey the peace of that place between asleep and awake, creating a special place for you to be. There sounds from past and present-tense waltz together to a never-ending melody that flickers between folk, jazz, blues and pop. Holland's lyrics conjure characters and situations one might find in the surrealistic celluloid of Jim Jarmusch. As with all good dreams, there is an anything-goes spirit leading the way.
045778678822

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Format: CD
Label: ANTI
Catalog: 86788
Rel. Date: 05/09/2006
UPC: 045778678822

Springtime Can Kill You [Digipak]
Artist: Jolie Holland
Format: CD
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Jolie Holland's second studio album, Springtime Can Kill You" is a 12 track song-cycle-a crossroads where haunting meets joyful-a voice from the heavens singing stories of the underworld. Holland's songs rise and fall like heavy eyelids and convey the peace of that place between asleep and awake, creating a special place for you to be. There sounds from past and present-tense waltz together to a never-ending melody that flickers between folk, jazz, blues and pop. Holland's lyrics conjure characters and situations one might find in the surrealistic celluloid of Jim Jarmusch. As with all good dreams, there is an anything-goes spirit leading the way.
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