One of the most adventurous and erudite folk figures ever, Annie Gallup again surprises with a stunning collection of songs that sound and read more like short stories. Her work is in a category by itself. This release is surprising because the songs are all sung, unlike the body of "spoke folk" for which she is well known and highly regarded.
Annie's angle on this recording hinges on three different bassists she has collaborated with to great result. In the interview we discuss her bottom-end fetish and how the high-end is continually receding. Also the return to songs with choruses, her evolving vocal style, and the impact the state of the world has had on her writing of late.
This is Annie's seventh record. If you're not yet familiar with her outstanding work, Half Of My Crime is an excellent place to start. Continue to interview