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Hoodwinked
  • Artist: The Lindbergh Baby
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 707541946322
  • Item #: SRD194632
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 2/19/2008
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Hoodwinked on CD

Existing under the radar on the neo-folk scene for the past few years, having played a handful of shows in the US, Denmark and Germany with Blood Axis and Changes as well as opening the Flammenzauber V festival-The long awaited debut album of The Lindbergh Baby has finally arrived. Recorded in Vermont and mastered at Absinthe Studios, Hoodwinked offers the listener eight finely crafted songs. Steeped in tradition and mystery, this recording comes in a handsome 6 panel digipak with lyrics and photos. Featuring members of Blood Axis, The Lindbergh Baby\'s \'Hoodwinked\' is certain to please the discerning listener. \'... this album is full of subtle allusions to all sorts of unexpected ideas, from conspiracy theories to occultism to underground socio-political commentary, and even Broderick\'s more conventional folk compositions are imbued with an ineffable sense of counterculture provocation sure to appeal to similar dark acoustic acts like The Angels of Light, Neither/Neither World, and Sol Invictus.\' ------ReGen Magazine (Matthew Johnson) \'... your best bet it to just pick up the album and have a really really good listen. And then listen to it again. Hell, listen to it the whole week over and over again. It\'s so refreshingly different within this vein of music you won't grow tired of it.\' ------The Mean Vegan (Adam Collins)