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What I Hear You Cant, How Come? - Caterwaul - Pin & Web

Label: I.R.S. Records - IRS-42281 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock
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Betsy Martin sings in a quiet, nasally voice, almost embarrassed to make too much noise. Guitarist Mark Schafer lays down a solid foundation, but he gets so little support from all involved that it's almost sad. The odd thing is that Betsy Martin doesn't have a bad voice, she just uses it poorly. If the band had adopted more of an atmospheric, Cocteau Twins approach, Martin 's interest in imagery would be an actual asset full sentences are obviously a personal demon.

Truly confrontational female lead singers are a rare breed, so How Come? - Caterwaul - Pin & Web to the band for trying, but ultimately they're annoying for the wrong reasons.

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2 (Flexi-disc). Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Track Listing. The Sheep's a Wolf. Hummingbird's Whir. Dizzy Delirium. Throw Like Thunder. Pin and Web. Not Today. Lay Down to Rest.


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  1. Caterwaul was an American band, based in Phoenix, Arizona, featuring Betsy Martin on vocals and mandolin, Mark Schafer on guitar, Fred Cross on bass and Kevi.
  2. Jun 28,  · Pin & Web Hummingbird Whir Heart of my heart look but don't purr watch the window as he goes outside and he is gone Heart of my heart .
  3. Sep 17,  · Caterwaul / Pin & Web / Side One: The Sheep's A Wolf, Hummingbird Whir, What I Hear You Can't How Come?, Dizzy Delirium, Catervowels / Side Two: Throw Like Thunder, Pin & Web, Not Today, Barnacle, Lay Down To Rest/5(3).
  4. Pin & Web / Beholden Produced by Dennis Herring I.R.S. Records, , Out there I hear sounds like I know what I hear you can't how come? Out pounds Out pounds more than you know - how come? Out there I hear sounds I'm sure of what they are I conclude I know Out there I hear sounds like I love you - how come?.
  5. "Caterwaul" refers to a wail, as that made by felines when they're in an, er, amorous mood. Really, stay with that image, since it's a more attractive musical prospect than Pin & Web.4/

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