The Lion's Roar

The Lion's Roar

Music CD - 2012
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Publisher: [London] : Wichita Recordings, p2012.
Characteristics: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.

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leah_p Aug 13, 2012

'Emmylou' is the current single and most memorable track on the album, with the title track a close second. There are beautiful vocal harmonies to be found and warm, simple acoustic accompaniment but overall the form is much too similar for every song and the effect is that of listening to one lo... Read More »


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BridgettM
Oct 02, 2016

I remember the first time I heard "Emmylou" on the radio. I stayed in the car after I reached my destination because I had to know who was singing that beautiful song. The Lion's Roar is an exceptional and melancholy folk album which showcases the gorgeous harmonies of Swedish sisters Johanna and Klara Söderberg.

janetplanet Aug 17, 2013

"First Aid Kit is the duo of sisters Johanna (age 19) and Klara (22) Soderberg. They hail from Sweden but their sound is pure Americana. The vocal performances are truly extraordinary throughout. Conor Oberst & James Felice of The Felice Bros. join for the celebratory final track to close the album on a joyous note, handclaps and all. A warm ending to a gorgeous album." from iTunes.

leah_p Aug 13, 2012

'Emmylou' is the current single and most memorable track on the album, with the title track a close second. There are beautiful vocal harmonies to be found and warm, simple acoustic accompaniment but overall the form is much too similar for every song and the effect is that of listening to one long, linear song.

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