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Thursday, February 02, 2006

Peter and the Wolf

In graveyards and abandoned busses is where you might find Peter and the Wolf, a project involving Red Hunter and Dana Falconberry for the Austin based, Whiskey & Apples label. For all intent and purposes we'll use their monikers, Henry Rutherford Jones and Dana Jean Clementine combine to form lo-fi acoustic hymns mixed with mesmorizing harmonies that can awaken the dead. Their voices blend so well together, seemingly as one sometimes, that you can't help but be taken back by the beauty that is Peter and the Wolf.

I 've always been partial to demos and below are two for you to sample. Also we have two tracks from the limited edition handmade LP, drawn by Red Hunter himself, which is available for purchase. For a "bio" of the band check here.

.: The Apple Tree
.: The Fall

From demo tapes
.: People of the Night
.: Strange Eyes

From October's KVRX performance
.: The Way

[website] [purchase] [photos from recent kvrx performance]

posted by Matt Hayhurst @ 4:43 PM


  1. At 6:56 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Whiskey and apples has really great stuff on their site. If you have not given a listen to the two comps. they did for their magazine, I highly recommend it, there is some stuff I was already familiar with and some great stuff I had not heard before. I really like the black angels song on the second comp, they are not folk, but they are good. I had to get the ep the song is on. I forgot you had already posted about DTB (in reference to message from last night) I miss Uncommon Folk a lot, so I am glad that you are recognizing music like this.


  2. At 7:11 PM, Blogger The Perm & The Skullet said…

    Thanks JK. If you have anything you think I should hear, please send me a link or point me in a direction. I'm always open to recommendations.

    And I miss Uncommon Folk alot too.


  3. At 10:31 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    You should get over to "Tonight Let's Dance" and they have posted a really good comp. put out by soul jazz "the best of black jazz records" Soul Jazz stuff is always great and this is no exception. Have you bought any or much of their stuff?


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