Iron Flowers is an album released by country/folk artist and voice actress Grey DeLisle; her fourth release. It comes in an Enhanced CD format, which includes "Analog Journey into Iron Flowers". This enhanced content includes interviews with DeLisle detailing the album's tracks and the recording of them. Bohemian Rhapsody" (Freddie Mercury) (3:43). Joanna" (DeLisle) (4:25). Right Now" (DeLisle, Etzioni) (3:33). Who Made You King?" (Etzioni, Lorber) (4:40). God's Got It" (Charlie Jackson) (2:48).
Grey De Lisle – Iron Flowers. Label: Sugar Hill Records (2) – SUG-CD-4000. Iron Flowers (LP, Album, Ltd, Num + DVD-V, Ltd, Num). Sugar Hill Records (2). SUG-LP-4000.
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Grey DeLisle has returned with a stylistically varied effort evoking everyone from Cat Power to Stephen Foster. Joanna,' the second track features castanets, leaving the listener with a Phil Spector/Wall of Sound pleasant aftertaste. For all the album's musical variety, the high drama of DeLisle's tremulous vocal quaver gives the project a unifying artistic imprint, framed by the spare arrangements and atmospheric effects of producer Marvin Etzioni. With the folky, acoustic "Sweet Little Bluebird" and the straightforward country of "Inside Texas," DeLisle closes the collection with a return to the rootsier side of her music, as if she's been on an adventure and is now bringing it all back home.
DeLisle is joined by a talented team, including bassist Murry Hammond, guitarist Marvin Etzioni (who also handles production chores), and pedal steel player Greg Leisz. While the instrumental backup - guitars, steel, and the occasional mandolin - may be somewhat standard in alternative country circles, it's used with a great deal of elasticity on Iron Flowers. The band can play it rough, as on the rowdy "Blueheart," or gentle acoustic on "Sweet Little Bluebird," and DeLisle has the vocal range to effectively deliver the emotional goods on both
This song is by Grey DeLisle and appears on the album Iron Flowers (2005). Iron flowersAnd water towersAnd lonesome stretches of blackDrunken cowboysAnd AM white noiseAnd Tucson running down my back. This highway runs longer and faster than I doIt rolls on for always dipping in and out of viewThe clay turns to asphalt and the dark sky turns to blueThis highways runs away from you.
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Written-By – Freddie Mercury
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