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Califone - Califone Album

Califone - Califone Album

Performer: Califone
Title: Califone
Style: Country Rock, Lo-Fi
Released: 14 Mar 2000
Cat#: RoCo 025
Country: US
Label: Road Cone
Size MP3 version: 2684 mb
Size FLAC version: 1160 mb
Size WMA version: 1631 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 497
Genre: Rock

Califone - Califone Album


1Electric Fence6:34
2Dock Boggs4:07
3Don't Let Me Die Nervous3:00
4St. Martha Let It Fold3:09
5Beneath The Yachtsman4:03


  • BassR Warmowski (tracks: 1)
  • DesignMike Hinds
  • DrumsB Massarella (tracks: 1)
  • Guitar, Vocals, SongwriterT Rutili
  • Keyboards, PianoT Rutili (tracks: 1)
  • OrganT Rutili (tracks: 5)
  • PercussionB Deck (tracks: 5)
  • Percussion, Programmed By, Organ [Pump]Tim Hurley (tracks: 3)
  • Programmed ByB Deck (tracks: 1, 5)
  • Recorded ByB Deck, Tim Hurley
  • Steel DrumsB Deck (tracks: 1)
  • SynthesizerT Rutili (tracks: 5)
  • VocalsT Hurley (tracks: 2)


Digipak release


  • Barcode: 605195702526


  • Recorded At – Clava Songs
  • Published By – Pastry Sharp Music


Califone is an experimental rock band from Chicago. The band is named after Califone International, an audio equipment manufacturer. Their work has been critically acclaimed. Califone has released an album and feature film, both of which are titled All My Friends Are Funeral Singers. The album was released October 6, 2009 on Dead Oceans. The feature film was made available in 2010, and the band toured as a live soundtrack to the film. Califone is led by Tim Rutili, with a rotating list of contributors and longtime collaborators inclu. 13,338 people like this. 13,340 people follow this. Текст песни: Nineteen twenty eight dies so sure The last firefly strikes the last light Animal courage wont make you, eyes grow wild caged manners fade Horses heart burst throws is a critically-acclaimed experimental folk band from Chicago. The band is named after Califone International, a long-standing manufacturer of audio equipment commonly found in schools, libraries and businesses. Califone is the musical project of former Red Red Meat frontman Tim Rutili. Its regular and rotating contributors include many former members of read more. Roots & Crowns - Califone. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Califone makes school and church AV gear including headphones, headsets, boomboxes, wireless PA & voice amplification systems, computer accessories. Califone takes silver in the 2018 . Journal Readers Choice Awards For its annual Readers Choice Awards, . Journal calls. Califones GH131 Gaming Headset Teachers Choice Award. Califones GH131 Lightweight Gaming Headset honored with Learning Magazine 2019 Teachers Choice Award for the Classroom Madison, Wis. Roots and Crowns. Best New Album. by: Amanda Petrusich. October 9 2006. Heron King Blues. January 13 2004. Deceleration Two. by: Joe Tangari. June 1 2003. by: Mark Richardson. March 26 2003. Sometimes Good Weather Follows Bad People. by: Brad Haywood. April 10 2002. Deceleration One. April 1 2002. April 10 2001. Califone EP. March 14 2000. Psychic TV - The Roomsound covers the same rustic, slightly ramshackle back forty that Tim Rutili has been ploughing through since his previous band Red Red Meat. Only this time the tilled bedrock unveils the most vividly colored, luring crop of songs Rutili has ever harvested. Heron King Blues Deluxe Reissue, released 08 December 2017 1. Wingbone 2. Trick Bird 3. Sawtooth Sung a Cheater's Song 4. Apple 5. Lion and Bee 6. 2 Sisters Drunk On Each Other 7. Heron King Blues 8. Outro 9. Electric Fence Clava Live Version 10. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Biography by Mark Deming. Follow Artist. Album Highlights. All My Friends Are Fune Califone. See Full Discography

A RARE TREAT found in this extended player are the words to Tim Rutili's cosmic contemporary wisdom. For years I've delighted at his catch phase snippets peppered throughout his songs; a modern Joyce perhaps, in the wake of Chicago's glow? Rutili sees a music that other musicians don't. Translating that on record is the listeners reward. An eyelet peering thru strange inviting sounds as melodic as they are psycholyrical. Palliating the soul. These five songs all reveal the spectacular tone colors their previous self-titled full length did so it's not surprising that "Beneath the Yachtsman" with it's pump organ and programming (played by Tim Hurly of SIN ROPAS) or the ominous "Don't Let Me Die Nervous" tattoo my heart different shades of blue. A full length is due out later this year on Perishable, but for now the fabulous Portland, OR. label Road Cone, give us providence into the unknown with Tim Rutili's CALIFONE riding the backside of a magnet. And who knows, jesus might ride beside him (without any smokes)...