Still Riot (CD) ~ Ferron (Artist) Cover Art

Still Riot

By: Ferron

Current Price: $14.32
Download MP3

Track Listing

MP3 Downloads Album                 
DISC 1 for Still Riot Album By Ferron iTunes
1   Ain't Life a Brook Buy Buy
2   Alice Says Yes Buy Buy
3   The Chosen Ones Buy Buy
4   Dazzle the Beast Buy Buy
5   Easy With Love Buy Buy
6   I Am Hungry Buy Buy
7   Primitive Future Buy Buy
8   Signals and Messages Buy Buy
9   Still Riot Buy Buy
10   Takes a Little Time Buy Buy
11   Takes a Little Time (Intro) Buy Buy
12   Venus As Appearances Buy Buy

Product Description

Customer Reviews for "Still Riot" by Ferron

There are no customer reviews yet. Be the first to write a review!

Submit your Review

Run a Quick Search on "Still Riot" by Ferron to Browse Related Products:

Browse more products related to "Still Riot"

Browse more products related to "Ferron"

Product Notes

Despite a loyal following and consistent critical raves, Western Canada's original lesbian singer-songwriter Ferron has somehow managed to stay out the spotlight for the first twenty years of her career. But while the world may still not know Ferron, rest assured Ferron knows something about the world. In a beautifully husky voice as weather-worn as Marianne Faithful's and as life-affirming as Joan Armatrading's, Ferron sings grown-up songs with an elegance that encompasses the wonder and complexity of a thoroughly examined life. If the title hadn't already been taken by another "mature" songwriter, Lou Reed, her newly released eighth album Still Riot could have been aptly named Magic and Loss. While Ferron's vaguely new age, femme-centric music qualifies her as the missing link between Joni Mitchell and the Indigo Girls, the smooth adult contemporary jazz pop of Still Riot sounds closer to Rickie Lee Jones (on the punchy "Takes A Little Time") or piano lounge-era Tom Waits (on the melancholic "Dazzle the Beast"). Using fretless bass, grand piano, nylon-string guitar, sax, and strings, the arrangements are clean and unstylized. The lyrics can be clumsy, awkward, and imprecise, but more often Ferron captures dead-on the confusion, vulnerability, discovery, and growth that goes into life. She tells her own stories, but with a simple dignity and warmth that can spark a listener's personal memories. This quality, ambiguous as it seems, makes the difference between the self-indulgent diarist many songwriters become and the useful, giving artist. --Roni Sarig

Explore More Great Tower Sales & Specials Sales, Promotions & Special Features Sales & Boutiques

  • Tower Essentials Sale
    Visit the Essentials Sale for a wide selection and huge savings on your favorite music, DVD, Blu-ray and Books.
  • Great Gift Ideas
    Tower has Great Gift Ideas and Huge Savings on Your Favorite Music, CDs, DVDs, Books and More at Prices that Make Giving A Breeze!

Interact with