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...a sound borne of rustic grace and ingenious inspiration… an ensemble of fine musicians who take the folk music genre to wondrously strange places with eclectic influences making for fascinating arrangements. In short, this album is an adventure, an extraordinary accomplishment.
Epic yet grounded largely in folk and classical territories, The Poor Nobodys… [are] a varied and multi-dimensional take on the spaghetti-western soundtrack genre as typified by Ennio Morricone – combining this, elements of Chopin, and a strong Americana base yields distinct (and decidedly good) results.
The music is a powerful, sultry blend of folk and jazz, with a hint of classical sounds.
I’d also like to say that the first piece the Poor Nobodys played was one of the best things I’ve seen and heard all year. I was literally, truly on the edge of my seat.
The overall composure of the Poor Nobodys is genius in the way that they intertwine their melodies and beat with such a voice that you won’t be able to forget and words that echo in your head as you hear them. The Poor Nobody’s deliver such a unique sound that you won’t be able to turn it off or turn it down.