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Tigress - Songs: Ohia - The Lioness (CD, Album)

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  1. The Lioness, an album by Songs: Ohia on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  2. Nov 23,  · The Lioness was a transitional album for Molina and his Songs: Ohia project. The records that came before were jumpier and more raw; the .
  3. Jun 03,  · Songs: Ohia - Tigress Dee Dejvická Songs: Ohia; Album The Lioness; Licensed to YouTube by [Merlin] SC Distribution (on behalf of Secretly .
  4. Jan 17,  · This doesn't mean this is a rock album, just like one cannotsay the formers were definitely un-rock. Yes, songs:ohia may be definedonly by a process of subtraction, by saying what this music could be butis not. It could be ugly, and boring, but Songs_ohia /5(40).
  5. The Lioness is the fourth regular album by Songs: Ohia. It was recorded by Andy Miller at Chem 19 Studios in Glasgow, Scotland with Alasdair Roberts, Geof Comings, Jonathan Cargill .
  6. The Lioness, an Album by Songs: Ohia. Released 17 January on Secretly Canadian (catalog no. SC30; CD). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Contemporary Folk, Slowcore. Featured peformers: Jason Molina (performer, songwriter), David Gow (performer), Aidan Moffat (performer), Alasdair Roberts (performer), Jonathan Cargill (performer), Geof Comings (performer), Andrew Miller (engineer).
  7. Buy Songs: Ohia's album titled The Lioness [Deluxe Edition] to enjoy in. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. CD (Special Edition) $ $ Save 4% Current price is $, Original price is $ You Save 4%. Songs: Ohia takes a big step forward with Axxess & Ace, both in ambition and Price: $
  8. Jan 17,  · The song was Songs: Ohia's "Captain Badass," and despite its decidedly unromantic title, the pairing of Jason Molina's solemn vocals with guest Edith Frost's sultry ones was strangely affecting.

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