8 thoughts on “ American Goldwing - Blitzen Trapper - American Goldwing (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Oct 31,  · Blitzen Trapper performs "American Goldwing" at Virginia Arts Recording in Charlottesville, Virginia for WNRN. Video by Rich Tarbell with Bridget Moriarty. Please subscribe to .
  2. Music Reviews: American Goldwing by Blitzen Trapper released in via Sub Pop. Genre: Folk Rock.
  3. The band released the albums Destroyer of the Void in and American Goldwing in -- both to critical acclaim. Their seventh studio album, VII, arrived in September via a new partnership with Vagrant Records, and Blitzen Trapper recorded their first live album that November at .
  4. Buy AMERICAN GOLDWING by BLITZEN TRAPPER. Available on: CD £ Vinyl LP £ SP LP on Sub Pop & download. Includes download code; I think what saves this album for me is that it just sounds like a joyous tribute to a massively fertile era in rock's history without any real efforts to imprint their own personalities too.
  5. Blitzen Trapper is one such band, as their new album, American Goldwing clearly shows. Centered around Portland, Oregon-based singer/songwriter Eric Earley, Blitzen Trapper tap into that rural/urban musical dichotomy and spin foot-stompin’ tales of love lost and found, couched in the poetic language of rustic Arcadia and nostalgia.
  6. Sep 20,  · Blitzen Trapper's sixth album is named for a touring motorcycle meant for long hauls down endless highways, not short joy rides or joyless evrycontsongvagapawelvenewsmactio.coinfo Portland band .
  7. On AMERICAN GOLDWING, Blitzen Trapper's 6th album and third on Sub Pop, the band let their loves and influenceshard guitar rock, country picking and pawn-shop Casio aplombhang out for all to see. Singer/songwriter/guitarist Eric Earley says AMERICAN GOLDWING will make you want to shotgun a beer in the shower while listening to the Stones or Joe Category: Music.
  8. Blitzen Trapper released American Goldwing on September 13, , to mainly positive reviews. AllMusic pegged the record as "a straight-up, mid-'70s inspired Southern rock album that fuses the Saturday night swagger of Lynyrd Skynyrd with the stoic peasantry of The Band," while Rolling Stone called it an "intoxicating roots fantasy.".

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