Mount Moriah

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  • Artist(s): Heather McEntire, Jenks Miller
  • Summary: Heather McEntire and Jenks Miller, who previously preformed under the name Un Deux Trois, return with a new name for their debut album of alt-country influenced by their North Carolina roots.
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I fell for you in your attic Over the hum and grind of afternoon traffic We should be pleased to have shared the breeze or a bus Now you ask what was... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. Put simply, Mount Moriah is a compelling debut full of candidness, thoughtfully well crafted and relatable lyrics, beautiful vocals with the ability to mesmerizing, and dare I say it, already an aura and element of timelessness destined to surround it.
  2. Jun 30, 2011
    Happily, the partnership succeeds more often than not.
  3. Jun 30, 2011
    Dominated by shuffling drums, slow southern rock guitar licks, and pedal steel, the music on Mount Moriah is unobtrusive and reserved--at times almost too much so--but there are some fine flourishes in these songs, which feature members of Megafaun, St. Vincent, and Bowerbirds
  4. Jun 30, 2011
    With its stormy guitars, that song is fraught with enough turmoil for McEntire's punk band Bellafea, but mostly, Mount Moriah takes a more traditional interpretation of Americana, setting McEntire's sweetly quavering voice against finger-picked guitars, churchy organs.
  5. Jun 30, 2011
    This isn't a record that will immediately grab your attention, and it may even be overly dreamy in spots. Those moments are fleeting, though, and these songs are too well-written and too heartfelt in their execution to be ignored.
  6. Jun 30, 2011
    When they keep their songs focused and kick up the tempo a bit, Mount Moriah is far more compelling.
  7. 60
    Mount Moriah is ultimately a refreshing debut whose flaws can easily be excused as growing pains.
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