Songs: Ohia - Songs: Ohia album flac
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- Printed By – Crosshair Printing
- Mastered At – Greg Lee Processing – L-48414
- Artwork [Hand Printed By] – Crosshair
- Guitar [Backing] – Joshua L.* (tracks: B1)
- Performer – Eoin R.*, Jason M.*, Mike M.*, Peter H.*, Todd J.*
- Recorded By – Eoin*
- Written-By – Jason Molina
NotesLimited edition of 500 copies in hand-screened sleeve and insert. Hand-numbered inside rear.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: A - LTD. EDITION OF 500 L-48414
- Matrix / Runout: B - © 1997 S.O. © + ℗ 1997 SO L-48414-X
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Didn't It Rain is the sixth regular album by American musician Songs: Ohia, named after "Didn't It Rain", a traditional song popularized by Sister Rosetta Tharpe in 1948 and Mahalia Jackson in 1954. It was recorded by Edan Cohen at Soundgun Studios in Philadelphia and released by Secretly Canadian on March 5, 2002. All songs written by Jason Molina. Didn't It Rain" - 7:49.
Jason Andrew Molina (December 30, 1973 – March 16, 2013) was an American musician and singer-songwriter. Raised in northern Ohio, he came to prominence performing and recording as Songs: Ohia, both in solo projects and with a rotating cast of musicians in the late 1990s. Beginning in 2003, he would garner a further indie following for his releases with the band Magnolia Electric Co.
Songs: Ohia (also known as The Black Album) is the first album by Songs: Ohia. It was released by Secretly Canadian on April 1, 1997. The writings on the cover of the album are not the titles of the songs but are included here in parentheses for completeness. Vanquisher" (Cabwaylingo) – 2:19. Oriole" (Crab Orchard) – 3:18. (G+T) Constant" (Gauley Bridge) – 2:07. Sin & Death" (Blue Jay) – 1:41. Citadel" (Tenskwatawa) – 3:04. 930" (White Sulfur) – 2:48.
Listen to music from Songs: Ohia like Farewell Transmission, I've Been Riding With the Ghost & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Songs: Ohia. Songs: Ohia was largely a solo project for singer-songwriter Jason Molina (December 30, 1973 – March 16, 2013). Critics and fans alike have found considerable difficulty in trying to define the band's sound, usually settling on more general labels such as indie rock and folk-rock. Most are quick to draw comparisons to Neil Young and Will Oldham, (the latter of which Molina has collaborated with, alongside Alasdair Roberts, as the Amalgamated Sons of Rest).
The Lioness was a transitional album for Molina and his Songs: Ohia project. The records that came before were jumpier and more raw; the music that followed was smokier and more stately. In these nine songs across 40 minutes, where a series of minor chords recur like creeping waves of anxiety, he located the glacial sadness that would characterize his best writing even while crafting his simplest love songs, jukebox hopefuls he arranged like post-rock elegies
Sealed with sticker in top left corner: Jason Molina's Songs: Ohia Songs: Ohia 1997 This landmark album sparks the iconic career of songwriter Jason Molina and Songs: Ohia, an essential piece for any collector. This album paints with broad brushstrokes the territory that Molina explores in more detail on subsequent Songs: Ohia albums. Includes download coupon.