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Tilly And The Wall - Wild Like Children (Mp3 Download)

Review by Tim Sendra @
The first thing you have to mention when you're talking about Tilly and the Wall is the drummer. She, Jamie Williams, is a tap dancer. Literally. Her hoofing provides the beats for this utterly charming release. Wild Like Children is the Omaha quintet's first album and it is a straight-out-of-nowhere gem. The tap dancing is pretty darn cool. The moment when she breaks into the "Be My Baby" beat on "Fell Down the Stairs" or the couple of bars of wild soloing on "Reckless" are like nothing you've heard on a pop record. But before you write the group off as a novelty act, listen to the wrenching tale of lost love "Let It Rain" or the tough punk ramble "Nights of the Living Dead" or the sweeter-than-NutraSweet ballad "I Always Knew." The tap dancing doesn't even enter into it; these are just fabulous songs performed with passion and imagination. The vocals are 100 percent committed -- the male voices insistent, the female unerringly lovely. When the voices all mass together like near the end of "Reckless" or in the choruses of "A Perfect Fit" they sound like the hippest high-school choir ever. And despite the claims of the title, this record is totally high school. It's wrapped up in passion, each love being the one, each moment being the greatest or worst ever. The wildly careening music, the epic lyrics, the surging harmonies, the emotions in motion -- it sounds and feels like every high-school dance since the beginning of higher education. And if that isn't rock & roll enough for you, what possibly could be? So don't be calling Tilly and the Wall twee or precious or any of those code words that would consign them to the fringes of the music world. They are what rock & roll should always be about: passion, imagination, commitment, and songs that make you want to mend all the broken hearts you can find. Powerful stuff, indeed. Don't let it pass you by.

Track Lists
01. Fell Down The Stairs
02. Nights Of The Living Dead
03. Bessa
04. You And I Misbehaving
05. Reckless
06. Let It Rain
07. Shake It Out
08. A Perfect Fit
09. I Always Knew
10. The Ice Storm, Big Gust, And You

All credits goes to reza for showing me the links

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What People Said

, this album is really good
i would have never know of it, if it wasnt for this site
thanks Anonymous Tristan :: 8/30/06, 10:23 AM :: Top  

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me too,

cheers!!! Blogger Matt :: 8/30/06, 11:54 AM :: Top  

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hi..i love the songs that you have here in your you have more albums that feature Mariah Carey, Ashlee Simpson, Nelly Furtado, and Kelly Clarkson? thanks Anonymous Anonymous :: 8/31/06, 2:15 AM :: Top  

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do you have the new one by jewel
"goodbye Alice in Wonderland"? Anonymous Tristan :: 8/31/06, 5:24 AM :: Top  

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hi tilly and the wall is really the other stuff you have here in your blog.
your site is amazing, thx a lot. Anonymous Anonymous :: 8/31/06, 3:57 PM :: Top  

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the links arent downloadble. it said access forbidden. could u host these files at some other place? thanks Anonymous py :: 9/2/06, 1:33 PM :: Top  

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Excelent...(♦_♦)Pornomango Blogger Wawanko :: 9/3/06, 3:06 AM :: Top  

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