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Court Yard Hounds (CD)

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1   Skyline Buy Buy
2   The Coast Buy Buy
3   Delight (Something New Under The Sun) Buy Buy
4   See You In The Spring (Duet With Jakob Dylan) Buy Buy
5   Ain't No Son Buy Buy
6   Fairytale Buy Buy
7   I Miss You Buy Buy
8   Gracefully Buy Buy
9   April's Love Buy Buy
10   Then Again Buy Buy
11   It Didn't Make A Sound Buy Buy
12   Fear Of Wasted Time Buy Buy

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Emily Robison and Martie Maguire of The Dixie Chicks are releasing new music under the moniker Court Yard Hounds.
The Court Yard Hounds profoundly evocative songs tell stories woven into melodies that are both individual and universal. Robison is the lead vocalist and primary writer on most of the tracks, although Maguire takes over the lead on her own solo composition, "Gracefully". The new music spans sounds of folk, country, rock and Americana and includes a collaboration with Jakob Dylan on "See You in the Spring", the wry tale of a couple from the northernmost and southernmost parts of the country who find their biggest obstacle is climatic.

Texas also asserts itself more contentedly in "The Coast", which celebrates neither the east nor west but south coast, and Skyline, which was inspired by the view of San Antonio from Robison''s loft. Faster paced songs range from the self-doubting levity of "Then Again" to the fiery outrage of "Ain''t No Son", a song about an angry, disapproving father. Fairytale speaks to romantic enchantment, while there''s no happily-ever-after in sight in the breakup songs "April''s Love" and "It Didn''t Make a Sound".



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0 out of 5 stars Hound Dogs, May 8, 2010
By DJ LoneStar
Hoping for the best from these girls, I was very disappointed. Scratchy & weak vocals, these sisters do not harmonize at all. They seem to fight as to who can be the most annoying. Ballads require strong vocals and that is not what these girls have. These backup singers are not lead vocal material. Howlin Hound Dogs would be more appropriate name.




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