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Songs to Cry by in the Golden Age of Nothing by Nora Keyes

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Released:April 1st, 2004
Length:00:31:01

Nora Keyes first solo album, ‘'Songs to Cry by for the Golden Age of Nothing' sounds more like an old 78 pried from the arms of a long deceased witch, found in a buried tea chest, in a forgotten woodland that the local children dare not venture into, than the efforts of a nice Los Angeles born girl, joined here by her talented friends Rebecca Lynn (violin). Ray Day (guitar), Creekbird (brass / drums) and Dame Darcy (auto harp / saw).

"She's the bastard child of Anton LaVey and Kate Bush" - Blunt.


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Songs to Cry by in the Golden Age of Nothing
01. Tomb Song (01:35)
02. Small Apart (04:15)
04. Cauliflower (06:27)
05. My Child (02:19)
06. Old Pal (03:43)
09. The Show Is Over (05:37)
UPLOADED:04/03/2009
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edgwicked on 10/01/14 at 12:22AM
I love this album and Nora's incredible unique music. You can't hear this without feeling
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katt13elkins on 03/23/16 at 09:26PM
This music carries a lot of weight and feeling. Touches my heart.
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