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Ani DiFranco by Ani DiFranco (CD) Rock Pop Alternative Music Both Hands The Slan

Ani DiFranco by Ani DiFranco (CD) Rock Pop Alternative Music Both Hands The Slan

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Additional Information about Ani DiFranco by Ani DiFranco (CD, Jul-1994, Righteous Babe Records)
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Album Features
UPC: 748731700126
Artist: Ani DiFranco
Format: CD
Release Year: 1994
Record Label: Righteous Babe Records
Genre: Alternative, Rock & Pop


Track Listing
1. Both Hands
2. Talk to Me Now
3. The Slant
4. Work Your Way Out
5. Dog Coffee
6. Lost Woman Song
7. Pale Purple
8. Rush Hour
9. Fire Door
10. The Story
11. Every Angle
12. Out of Habit
13. Letting the Telephone Ring - (CD only)

Details
Playing Time: 47 min.
Producer: Ani DiFranco, Dale Anderson
Distributor: E1 Distribution (USA)
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a


Album Notes
Recorded at Audio Magic, Buffalo, New York in September 1990.Personnel: Ani DiFranco (vocals, guitar).Recording information: Audio Magic Buffalo, NY (1989).Photographer: Scot Fisher.The self-titled 1990 debut by Ani DiFranco created a buzz in folk music circles unlike anything seen since Suzanne Vega's debut of five years earlier. That the album was self-produced and self-released on DiFranco's own Righteous Babe label, and that DiFranco was not yet 20 at the time, only added to the clamor.With her shaved head and tattoos, DiFranco looked tough and self-assured. But the beauty and emotional depth of this album come from the way assertive, almost angry songs like "Out of Habit" are counterbalanced with tender, less guarded songs like the apprehensively romantic "Both Hands." DiFranco's searing social commentary is particularly corrosive in the emotional "Lost Woman Song." Recorded with one acoustic guitar and occasional percussion, the album sounds intimate but never skeletal. This second CD pressing contains one extra track, the stark "Letting the Telephone Ring."




 


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