Music of Hair

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Music of Hair
Studio album by Andrew Bird
Released 1996
Length 55:44
Label self-released; re-released on Grimsey Records
Producer Andrew Bird
Andrew Bird chronology
Music of Hair
(1996)
Thrills
(1998)

Music of Hair is Andrew Bird's first released album. The album came out in 1996. The tracks featured were written in Bird's early twenties, and the album was released when he was 23.[1] The album features contributions from musicians Colin Bunn, Dave Dieckmann, Kat Eggleston, Al Ehrich, Kevin O'Donnell; and, James "Jimbo" Mathus, Katharine Whalen and Chris Phillips from Squirrel Nut Zippers.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Nuthinduan Waltz"   4:58
2. "Ambivalence Waltz"   2:27
3. "Oh So Insistent"   3:52
4. "Rhodéàöh"   4:41
5. "Two Sisters"   4:17
6. "St. Francis Reel"   3:08
7. "Ratitat/Peter's Wolf/Oblivious Reel"   5:17
8. "The Greenhorn/Exile of Erin/Glasgow Reel"   4:15
9. "Pathetique"   4:07
10. "Song of Foot"   2:55
11. "Minor Beatrice"   9:58
12. "Oh So Sad"   5:49

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://only-solitaire.blogspot.ca/2010/05/andrew-bird-music-of-hair.html