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  1. Aug 14,  · The guy that wrote David Bowie's "It Ain't Easy" (a version included here) as well as an entire album for Seattle's Wailers in It hasn't been released on CD but good vinyl rips are available on the net. Here's a video of him and his sister, Gail Davies, performing one of the songs he wrote for the Wailers album.
  2. In many ways, the Silos sound closely resembles alt-country with a Southwestern flavor, and with a little Rock en Espanol thrown in for good measure. It's too bad that they never caught on, but on this album, at least, they caught lightning in a bottle, and created a collection that deserves a far wider audience/5(10).
  3. The Silos—their mainstays were Walter Salas-Humara and Bob Rupe—were formed in , and gathered lots of critical plaudits for records like ’s Cuba (cowpunks meet the Velvet Underground) leading up to the release of my fave Silos’ record, ’s Diablo.
  4. Bill Callahan has reworked ‘Let’s Move to the Country’, a song he originally released under his former moniker of Smog back on album ‘Knock Knock’, as a new single. “Let’s pretend it’s a new song. Please. I have nothing else,” wrote the musician on social media when sharing the track. Listen to Callahan’s “cover” of ‘Let’s Move to the Country’ below:The.
  5. The Silos' Cuba has become something of a low-flying classic since its release in The band's brand of rock & roll qualifies as pre-Uncle Tupelo alternative country, highlighted by the addition of Mary Rowell's violin. Despite the album's name, Cuba -- the island from which Walter Salas-Humara's parents fled -- never comes to the forefront.
  6. The Silos discography and songs: Music profile for The Silos, formed Genres: Roots Rock, Alt-Country, Alternative Rock. Albums include Cuba, Susan Across the Ocean, and Heater.
  7. Mar 05,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - "White Vinyl" The Silos from the album Florizona () YouTube Walter Salas Humara new album "Curve And Shake" - .
  8. Recorded live on stage at a theater in their hometown of Gainesville, FL (without an audience), there's a freshness to The Silos that suits the songs beautifully. Horns, strings, and accordion color the songs without drawing too much attention to themselves so that all the focus remains on Salas-Humara and Rupe 's typically solid tunes.

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