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I'll Follow You

by Oakley Hall

I'll Follow You by Oakley Hall

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I'll Follow You

by Oakley Hall

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Label: Merge Records
The chills of Oakley Hall's first two LPs happened when everything came together: singer Pat Sullivan reaching for a reedy harmony with Rachel Cox's sweet alto over a saturation of '60s psyche dusted with just enough wiry twang to evoke '70s C 'n' W. On the band's third LP, these signature combinations are everywhere, making it their most consistent effort to date and yielding keenly-tooled singles like "Rue The Blues" and "Marine Life." Knees get weak when Cox takes over for a rare lead vocal, as on "All The Way Down."

About This Album

The chills of Oakley Hall's first two LPs happened when everything came together: singer Pat Sullivan reaching for a reedy harmony with Rachel Cox's sweet alto over a saturation of '60s psyche dusted with just enough wiry twang to evoke '70s C 'n' W. On the band's third LP, these signature combinations are everywhere, making it their most consistent effort to date and yielding keenly-tooled singles like "Rue The Blues" and "Marine Life." Knees get weak when Cox takes over for a rare lead vocal, as on "All The Way Down."

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About This Album

The chills of Oakley Hall's first two LPs happened when everything came together: singer Pat Sullivan reaching for a reedy harmony with Rachel Cox's sweet alto over a saturation of '60s psyche dusted with just enough wiry twang to evoke '70s C 'n' W. On the band's third LP, these signature combinations are everywhere, making it their most consistent effort to date and yielding keenly-tooled singles like "Rue The Blues" and "Marine Life." Knees get weak when Cox takes over for a rare lead vocal, as on "All The Way Down."