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Port O’Brien – All We Could Do Was Sing [2008]

Port O’Brien – All We Could Do Was Sing [2008]
On Lame 320CBR | 2008 | AlternRock, Indie

Formed in 2005 around the talents of Van Pierszalowski, Cambria Goodwin, Caleb Nichols, and Joshua Barnhart, California’s Port O’Brien occupy the same idiosyncratic alternative folk/indie rock landscape as Jason Molina, Will Oldham, and Pavement.

The various bandmembers have day jobs that find them working long hours in bakeries, as well as the fishing boats and salmon canneries in and around Kodiak Island, Alaska; the group’s debut album for the American Dust label (The Wind and the Swell) was therefore aptly named, drawing on influences as disparate as Neil Young and Bright Eyes.

– James Christopher Monger


1 I Woke Up Today
2 Stuck on a Boat
3 Fisherman’s Son
4 Don’t Take My Advice
5 Alive for Nothing
6 Pigeonhold
7 Will You Be There?
8 The Rooftop Song
9 In Vino Veritas
10 Close the Lid
11 Valdez

Here be POB;

Port O’Brien – All We Could Do Was

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June 26, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Port O'Brien, _MUSIC | Leave a comment