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Joustene and the Maenads

Review

Jeff

17 Jun 2021

50

This is a great song about the sacred sites of everyday life in the Burbs. It celebrates the people in the street—their joys and struggles. But like all sacred places, the street is threatened by developers and their disregard for people's lives and homes. So as the street falls into disrepair, only the ghosts remain. Is that the Heidegger reference: 'where we are all flung down...

This is a great song about the sacred sites of everyday life in the Burbs. It celebrates the people in the street—their joys and struggles. But like all sacred places, the street is threatened by developers and their disregard for people's lives and homes. So as the street falls into disrepair, only the ghosts remain. Is that the Heidegger reference: 'where we are all flung down'? Brilliant lyrcs. Lively dance beat. Authentic musicianship. Just love it.

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Joustene Lorenz

Review

Jeff

14 May 2019

50

Just a brilliant account of the border-refugee issues (I assume) along the US-Mexico border. Another body in the desert sand. Who's the second singer? Rolls from unison into 4 part harmonies. Quiet and melifluous, but seething with deep and critical undertone. A poem in music.

Just a brilliant account of the border-refugee issues (I assume) along the US-Mexico border. Another body in the desert sand. Who's the second singer? Rolls from unison into 4 part harmonies. Quiet and melifluous, but seething with deep and critical undertone. A poem in music.