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Unfriendly(TheTallyHo)


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 Genre: Folk-Rock
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This song by the band I'm in, called "The Tally Ho"

The Tally Ho is:

Boydy96: Lead Guitar,Lead Vocals, Drums

Deadication Of Sufacation: Bass Guitar, Backing vocals
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Comments: 3
Fans: 1
Plays: 108
Downloads: 147
Votes: 4
Uploaded: Sep 05, 2005 - 03:47:42 PM
Last Updated: Sep 05, 2005 - 02:12:43 PM Last Played: Jun 21, 2019 - 03:48:27 PM
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screaming.org said 5065 days ago (September 5th, 2005)
I enjoyed it.
Interesting mix of rhythmic and arrhythmic. I'm surprised
that it actually seems to work for this piece for me. It's
hard to say why -- maybe it's that the song ends so quickly
after "unfriendly...unfriendly...". I think the vocal style
carries a lot of it too, which almost strikes me as Janis Joplin
sitting in with Sonic Youth. I like it. The newspaper in
The Villiage in The Prisoner is also called The Tally Ho.
Probably not where the name came from, but I had to
mention it.
Check out my latest song called Bleed (alley-oop)
screaming.org said 5065 days ago (September 5th, 2005)
I enjoyed it.
Maybe it's more like Edie Brickell sitting in with Sonic Youth. Anyway, I like the
vocals.
Check out my latest song called Bleed (alley-oop)
country john said 5063 days ago (September 7th, 2005)
nice one . . .
definitely a sonic youth feel to this . . .

. . . which i love . . .

. . . also the layered halfspoken lyrics are superb . . .

good job guys . . .

safe

cj


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Name: Deadication Of Sufacation
Location: Quebec Canada
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Folk-rock is a musical genre, combining elements of folk music and rock music. In the original and narrowest sense, the term referred to a genre that arose in the United States and Canada around the mid-1960s. The sound was epitomized by tight vocal

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