Berryhill, Cindy Lee: Garage Orchestra

Berryhill, Cindy Lee SKU: 39208439
Berryhill, Cindy Lee: Garage Orchestra

Berryhill, Cindy Lee: Garage Orchestra

Berryhill, Cindy Lee SKU: 39208439

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Title: Garage Orchestra
Artist: Berryhill, Cindy Lee
Label: Omnivore Recordings
UPC: 816651017140
Genre: Rock

Reissue of the 1994 release Rolling Stone gave 4 stars., Contains 9 previously unissued bonus tracks. Packaging contains photos and new liners from Berryhill. Anti-Folk founder Cindy Lee Berryhill burst onto the music scene in 1987 with her acclaimed debut Who's Gonna Save The World? and followed it up two years later with the Lenny Kaye produced Naked Movie Star. However, the world would have to wait until 1994 for her next release, the ambitious Garage Orchestra. Earning a 4-star review from Rolling Stone, Garage Orchestra was a departure from the more folk-rock leanings of her first two albums, with Cindy Lee's singing and playing being augmented by instrumentation from strings, brass, woodwinds, and even toy piano, marimba, and tympani. Her songs had more of a '70s singer/songwriter vibe this time around, and many had declared it the best album of her career thus far. After Cindy Lee reappeared in 2017 with her first new album in a decade, The Adventurist, it became apparent that her 1990s releases warranted reissue. Garage Orchestra returns with the original 10 songs plus 9 previously unissued bonus tracks! It's the perfect way for those who recently discovered her to look back, and a wonderful upgrade for those who love the original. Packaging contains photos from Berryhill's archives, as well as new liner notes from her. Cindy Lee will be touring in the fall, and we're sure tracks from this release will make their way out of the garage and onto the stage. So, now is the perfect time to (re)experience Garage Orchestra.

1.1 Father of the Seventh Son
1.2 I Wonder Why
1.3 Radio Astronomy
1.4 Gary Handeman
1.5 Song for Brian
1.6 Ufo Suite
1.7 I Want Stuff
1.8 Every Someone Tonight
1.9 Scariest Thing in the World
1.10 Etude for PH. Machine
1.11 Garage Orchestra Commercial (I) [Bonus Track]
1.12 My Little Broken Heart (San Diego Music Awards, 1992) [Bonus Track]
1.13 Father of the Seventh Son (Instrumental) [Bonus Track]
1.14 The Creator (Bonus Track)
1.15 Garage Orchestra Commercial (II) [Bonus Track]
1.16 Song for Brian (Alternate Version) [Bonus Track]
1.17 Garage Orchestra Commercial (III) [Bonus Track]
1.18 Radio Astronomy (Instrumental) [Bonus Track]
1.19 Ufo Suite (Pre-Assembly Tracking Session) [Bonus Track]
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