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Eric Bachmann - To The Races Album

Eric Bachmann - To The Races Album
To The Races
Eric Bachmann
Alternative Rock, Folk Rock
MP3 album size:
1969 mb
FLAC album size:
1319 mb
Saddle Creek Europe


1Man O War6:24
2Genie, Genie2:42
3Lonesome Warriors2:42
5Carrboro Woman5:23
6Little Bird3:31
7So Long, Savannah3:19
8Liars And Thieves4:00
10To The Races2:08


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FL005Eric Bachmann To The Races ‎(LP, Ltd, Num)Foreign LeisureFL005US2006
SCE95PREric Bachmann To The Races ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Saddle Creek EuropeSCE95PREurope2006
LBJ-95PREric Bachmann To The Races ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Saddle CreekLBJ-95PRUS2006
LBJ-95Eric Bachmann To The Races ‎(CD, Album)Saddle CreekLBJ-95US2006


  • DesignJadon Ulrich
  • ManagementBen Dickey
  • Mixed By, Mastered ByMartin Feveyear
  • Photography BySean McCabe
  • ViolinTom Hagerman
  • VocalsMiranda Brown
  • Written-ByEric Bachmann


To The Races by Eric Bachmann, released 22 August 2006 1. Man O' War 2. Home 3. Carrboro Woman 4. Genivieve 5. Genie Genie 6. Lonesome Warrior 7. To The Races 8. Liars And Thieves 9. Little Bird 10. So Long, Savannah Stepping out from under the cover of a band name, To The Races marks Bachmann's proper eponymous debut, and the music echoes the change to a more direct, Spartan approach. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. To The Races - Eric Bachmann. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Eric Bachmann is an American musicianproducer. He is the lead singer of Crooked Fingers and Archers of Loaf. He was born in Greensboro, North Carolina and grew up in Asheville, North Carolina Greenville, South Carolina Nashville, Tennessee and St. Petersburg, Florida. He lives in Athens, Georgia. He made two atmospheric instrumental albums as Barry Black. His first solo effort, Short Careers was recorded as a score to the film Ball of Wax. His second, To the Races, was released by Saddle Creek. Album 2006 10 Songs. To the Races Eric Bachmann. Fans of Bachmann's gruff Neil Diamond-meets-Steve Earle vocals and lonesome and literate subject matter will find everything they love about the Carolina native on display, while those who prefer his vocal affectations surrounded by the din of a full band should stick with his group efforts. On his first proper solo album, To the Races, Eric Bachmann continues the exploration of American folk music he initiated with Crooked Fingers. Stripped down to Bachmann's gravelly timbre accompanied by acoustic guitar, these 10 songs are restrained and unadorned, making this his most austere release. For most songwriters, boiling songs down to such spare arrangements is a risky move there's no veneer of glossy production to hide behind. But Bachmann's elliptical picking patterns are always tasteful and his voice is rich and engaging enough to fill the space. Or consider a donation. Eric Bachmann born in Greensboro, NC is an American musicianproducer. He is the lead singer of Crooked Fingers andd Archers of Loaf. Saddle Creek Records released his album, To the Races on August 22nd, 2006. The album, which was written while living out of his van outside Seattle the previous year, features contributions from Miranda Brown backing vocals and DeVotchKa violinist Tom Hagerman. From 2013-2016, he was a member of Neko Case's touring band, playing guitar and pian read more. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Eric Bachmann. To the Races, 2006. Man O' War, 06:24. Home, 04:01. Carrboro Woman, 05:23. Lonesome Warrior, 02:42. To the Races, 02:08. Little Bird, 03:31. Now playing: The Weeknd Blinding Lights. Radio Likee FM. Ed Sheeran Shape of You. To The Races. Eric Bachmann Format: Audio CD. Please retry. In the early 1990s, Eric Bachmann achieved a modicum of success by playing decent, fun, and derivative indie rock that borrowed heavily from music that groups like Pavement, Versus, and Superchunk had made a year or two earlier. It's a touch ironic, then, that today Bachmann's records sell fewer copies, even though he himself was ahead of the whole hippie folk shtick by at least a few years