Folklore (16 Horsepower album)

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Folklore
Studio album by 16 Horsepower
Released August 6, 2002
Recorded Absinthe Studio, Denver, CO
Genre Alternative country, neofolk
Length 37:17
Label Jetset Records
Producer Bob Ferbrache
16 Horsepower chronology
Hoarse
(2000)
Folklore
(2002)
Olden
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]
Pitchfork Media (7.9/10) [2]
Popmatters [3]

Folklore is the 4th studio album by 16 Horsepower, released in 2002.

As hinted to by its name, most of the material on the album is drawn from traditional folk music. Only four of the songs ("Hutterite Mile," "Blessed Persistence," "Beyond the Pale" and "Flutter") on the album are original 16 Horsepower compositions.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by 16 Horsepower and David Eugene Edwards except where noted. 

No. Title Length
1. "Hutterite Mile"   4:04
2. "Outlaw Song" (Traditional) 4:29
3. "Blessed Persistence"   4:06
4. "Alone and Forsaken" (Hank Williams) 2:49
5. "Single Girl" (The Carter Family) 2:35
6. "Beyond the Pale"   3:45
7. "Horse Head Fiddle" (Traditional) 4:50
8. "Sinnerman" (Traditional) 4:15
9. "Flutter"   4:04
10. "La Robe a Parasol" (Traditional) 2:14

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