Tides of a Teardrop revels in reciprocity. Mandolin Orange's reliance on exchange is apparent in the album's lyrics. Golden Embers" showcases the need for emotional uplift especially when an individual is incapable of mending their own heartache. The duo reflects on the exchange between community and restoration as cardinal: "And in our time together, It's time we made time just for talking, It's time we made time to heal. These two tracks encapsulate the belief in giving freely without the expectation of return. As it indulges in reciprocity, Tides of a Teardrop is also ensconced in bitterness. The album's address of solitude in the wake of a loss is unequivocally genuine. Lonely All the Time" reflects the pain associated with recollection: "a time when I was able, To sit down at the table.
Mandolin Orange’s sixth and newest album Tides of a Teardrop is another exquisite collection of songs spotlighting the duo’s keening harmony vocals and Marlin’s straightforward drawl. It will be released Friday, Feb. 1, an occasion the group will mark with a soldout show at Durham Performing Arts Center. SAVE NOW. Here is a brief primer on how things are going in Mandolin Orange’s world. 1. Their stages are still getting bigger and bigger.
Plenty of roots-oriented acts can do the high and lonesome thing, but Mandolin Orange make it cut like bourbon and soothe like honey on Tides of a Teardrop, and it's outstanding work from a group that grow more satisfying and accomplished with each release.
Bluegrass, folk outfit Mandolin Orange's newest album, Tides of a Teardrop, chronicles the grieving process and unresolved emotions bandmate Andrew Marlin experienced after his mother died when he was 18 years old. However, the other half of the duo, Emily Frantz, says she didn't fully realize how prevalent that subject matter would be on the project until close to its completion. Frantz and Marlin, who are married, became parents while they were creating their new album. Although many of Tides of a Teardrop's songs were written prior to the birth of the couple's child, Frantz says that parenthood shifted their perspective on the subject of grieving a parent's death. I think it's just shining new light on a lot of the material and giving a whole new, really powerful, perspective on the parent-child relationship," she continues. It's definitely something we've given a lot more thought to in recent months.
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Artist: Mandolin Orange Album: Tides Of A Teardrop Genre: Alt-Country, Americana Origin: USA Released: 2019 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Tracklist: Golden Embers. As old Latin proverb says: how many people, so many tastes.
Mandolin Orange, made up of musicians Andrew Marlin and Emily Frantz, have successfully mastered the art of the partnership. Partly because they’re seasoned collaborative instrumentalists, and partly because, after almost a decade of playing together, they’re so open with one another-and, therefore, their listeners. On Tides of A Teardrop, the North Carolina duo’s fifth studio album, Marlin and Frantz leave it all out to dry-loss, pain, heartbreak and the process of emerging from it all in one piece-in a way that feels more comforting than confessional
|CD 1: Tides Of A Teardrop|
|Into The Sun|
|Like You Used To|
|Lonely All The Time|
|When She's Feeling Blue|
|Suspended In Heaven|
|Time We Made Time|
|CD 2 (Bonus): Sing And Play Traditionals|
|I Just Think I'll Go Away|
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|CD-YEP-2638||Mandolin Orange||Tides Of A Teardrop (CD, Album, Promo)||Yep Roc Records||CD-YEP-2638||US||2019|
|YEP-2638X||Mandolin Orange||Tides Of A Teardrop (LP, Album + Gat)||Yep Roc Records||YEP-2638X||US||2019|
|YEP-2638X||Mandolin Orange||Tides Of A Teardrop (LP, Album, Blu + 12", EP, Blu + Gat)||Yep Roc Records||YEP-2638X||US||2019|