Category: Classic Rock

{Postcard Written With A Broken Hand} - Richmond Fontaine - Post To Wire (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Richmond Fontaine - Post To Wire at Discogs. Complete your Richmond Fontaine collection.
  2. Jan 01,  · Post to Wire is beautiful soulful country blues, with a gorgeous rich feel running throughout, given to it by some well felt pedal steel. The songs are linked by postcards from a man on the run from the law and his family, which whilst they dont actually have anything to do with the tracks they link, give the whole album a Paris Texas-like /5(17).
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  5. Mar 19,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the g Vinyl release of Post To Wire on Discogs. Label: Diverse Records - DIVLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered gVinyl /5(10).
  6. This is the fourth Richmond Fontaine album, the follow up to the stunning 'Winnemucca'. Combining elements of punk, country and folk music, the members of Richmond Fontaine provide a compelling backdrop for the heart wrenching tales of lead singer Willy Valutin. His Carver-esque lyrics bring a vision of the West which is both vital and compelling.
  7. Postcard from Portland: Live at Dante’s. We recorded our record release party for “Freeway” here at our local haunt Dante’s. We used Jackpot! Studio’s fancy mobile multi-track recording rig and mixed the best 70 minutes in the studio. As a result this is a great sounding live album. White Line Fever.
  8. Product Description. Portland based Richmond Fontaine is ready to take the United States by storm. After selling in excess of ten thousand units in the UK since April of , Post to Wire was acknowledged as the #4 album of the year by UK Magazine Uncut, beating out The Libertines, U2, Interpol and The Streets/5(13).

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