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Barely Losing - Richmond Fontaine - Post To Wire (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Aug 08,  · Richmond Fontaine - You Can't Go Back If There's Nothing to Go Back To () Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Davey, Mar 5, the sort of stuff to make someone like me lose my bearings completely. That voice is pure honey. Sprocket Henry, Jul 21, # Davey likes this.
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Post to Wire - Richmond Fontaine on AllMusic -
  3. Limited edition CD sold only from the bands website and on tour. All songs recorded live at The Doug Fir Lounge in Portland, OR on September 23rd apart from track 17 recorded on September 24th at KEXP Studios, Seattle, WA.
  4. Richmond Fontaine Richmond Fontaine was formed in at Portland Meadows racetrack in Portland, Oregon as songwriter/vocalist Willy Vlautin and bassist Dave Harding pored over the racing form and talked music between races. The two took their mutual love of Husker Du, Willie Nelson, X, The Blasters, and The Replacements and started playing music together.
  5. "The Longer You Wait" paints a remarkably full picture of an estranged couple in only a few lines, while "Barely Losing" accomplishes the same but in showing simple happiness. As for the rest of the album, "Post to Wire" and "Through" would be radio singles in a better world - catchy tunes with accessible and relatively light lyrics/5(13).
  6. Buy a CD or Vinyl record and get 90 days free Amazon Music Unlimited Post To Wire by Richmond Fontaine Audio CD £ Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). broken hearts and dreams gone sour. Rarely is it done as well as on Post to Wire though. And in "Barely Losing" they have one of the most spine tingling songs of Read more/5(17).
  7. Richmond Fontaine first gained exposure outside the United State through a song that was included on a Vinyl Junkie Records 'Loose' compilation released in the UK. This was followed by the band's self-released fourth album, Winnemucca.
  8. Apr 05,  · One of my favorite bands is just about to release what may be their final record, Richmond Fontaine with You Can’t Go Back If There’s Nothing To Go Back booksmoworlgipunkfortsanlentvalidithe.coinfo on my first couple listens to the MP3 preview, still brand new, not actually released until Mar 18, and while the gm vinyl is still up for preorder at their bandcamp (just put in my order a coule hours .
  9. "The Longer You Wait" paints a remarkably full picture of an estranged couple in only a few lines, while "Barely Losing" accomplishes the same but in showing simple happiness. As for the rest of the album, "Post to Wire" and "Through" would be radio singles in a better world - catchy tunes with accessible and relatively light lyrics.

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