42 Shouts - 29,286 Scrobbles
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 locals still 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).
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Small Apart - (4:15) - 150 plays
- Look at You, You're Ugly - (3:30) - 156 plays
- Tomb Song - (1:35) - 108 plays
- Excreted from Our Mother's Womb - (3:39) - 101 plays
- Old Pal - (3:43) - 92 plays
- The Show Is Over - (5:51) - 113 plays
- Cauliflower - (6:27) - 72 plays
- My Child - (2:19) - 66 plays
- Old Folks - (7:46) - 49 plays
- Daddy's Gone - (2:17) - 15 plays
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