Songs: Ohia - Nor Cease Thou Never Now album
From Nor Cease Thou Never Now (1995).
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Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0. Recorded when the band’s name was Songs: Ohia. Limited to 1000 copies. 1. Freedom Pt. 2. Soul. Other productions from Magnolia Electric Co. Josephine.
Recorded when the band’s name was Songs: Ohia. Waltham : Simply Unit the Name. Napolean : How We Have Ranged. Saber más. Songs: Ohia. Album, 01 Abril 1997, Secretly Canadian. Album, 01 Abril 1998, Secretly Canadian. An Ace Unable to Change. Easts Heart Divided.
Molina’s first release under the Songs: Ohia moniker came in 1996 as a single on Palace Records, Nor Cease Thou Never Now. This was followed by the 1997 full-length album Songs: Ohia (known among fans as the Black Album), released on the Bloomington, Indiana-based label Secretly Canadian, the label on which Molina has remained since. Video with Songs: ohia. Farewell Transmission. I've Been Riding With the Ghost. Almost Was Good Enough.
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Songs: Ohia's best and most pivotal album, 2003's The Magnolia Electric C. showcased the late Jason Molina's strong shift toward rock populism. Imbued with a rnails weariness, the album is so representative of Molina’s sound and spirit, he subsequently took Magnolia Electric Co. as his new band’s name. Molina’s debut single under his Songs: Ohia moniker, 1996’s Nor Cease Thou Never Now, was released on Oldham’s own Palace Records, and his quivering, sing-speak cadence bears an unmistakable resemblance to Oldham’s. That association endured-up to and including a 2002 collaboration between Molina and Oldham (plus Appendix Out’s Alasdair Roberts ) called Amalgamated Sons of Rest.
Songs: Ohia (also known as The Black Album) is the first album by Songs: Ohia. It was released by Secretly Canadian on April 1, 1997. All songs written by Jason Molina. The writings on the cover of the album are not the titles of the songs but are included here in parentheses for completeness. Vanquisher" (Cabwaylingo) – 2:19. Oriole" (Crab Orchard) – 3:18. (G+T) Constant" (Gauley Bridge) – 2:07. Sin & Death" (Blue Jay) – 1:41. Citadel" (Tenskwatawa) – 3:04. 930" (White Sulfur) – 2:48.
Love & Work: The Lioness Sessions. One Pronunciation of Glory. Nor Cease Thou Never Now. 1996.
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- Bass – Mike M.*
- Guitar – Todd J.*
- Percussion – Todd W.*
- Songwriter, Ukulele – Jason Molina