Colour Green

Sibylle Baier - Colour Green
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Based on 29 ratings
2006 Ratings: #15
January 13, 2006 / Release Date
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Orange Twin Records / Label
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siberianbreaks
80
Recorded at home in the early 70's and finally brought to life in 2006 by her own son and J Mascis of Dinosaur Jr, Sibylle Baier's Colour Green perfectly defines the greatness of coming across a lost gem and holds up excellently in a modern setting despite it being the relic of the past it is. A must-listen for any fans of folk music and especially for those who could not get enough of Leonard Cohen's early works. While Leonard Cohen's extravagant stories made it seem as if he lived a thousand ... read more
onnio
80
It's like she's singing these little songs alone in a dimly lit room. I just happen to hear it and can't stop eavesdropping.
Intimate set of songs in which she charmingly displays the beauty in very mundane topics.
CheapandLethal
90
Superb
hellodecatur
81
UPDATE 12/2/18: Subtracted 2 points bc the clipping makes some of the songs kinda difficult to listen to :(

Baier + Bunyan + Perhacs = Sacred trinity of 70s folk ladies who receive their due recognition in the 21st century

Favorite Tracks: Tonight, I Lost Something in the Hills, William, Driving, Forgett, Give Me a Smile
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