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Come on Now Social [Import]

Indigo Girls Audio CD
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1. Go
2. Soon To Be Nothing
3. Gone Again - (with Sheryl Crow)
4. Trouble - (with Joan Osborne)
5. Sister
6. Peace Tonight - (with Joan Osborne/Garth Hudson/Natacha Atlas)
7. Ozilline
8. We Are Together - (with Me'Shell Ndegeocello/Kate Shellenbach)
9. Cold Beer And Remote Control - (with Sheryl Crow)
10. Compromise - (with Me'Shell Ndegeocello/Kate Schellenbach)
11. Andy
12. Fay Tucker

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Gentle Birkenstock-shod Lilith Fair fans who casually drop this disc into their CD player may be shocked by the raw power of the opening track, "Go," a punkish, guitar-driven call to action that once and for all blows away the notion that the Indigos can't rock. Recorded with London ensemble Ghostland (Sinead O'Connor's backing band on her 1998 Lilith dates), Come On Now Social doesn't abandon the Georgia duo's familiar folkish sound, but expands it to include soul ("Peace Tonight"), funked-up mountain music ("Ozilline"), full-on rock ("Compromise"), and blistering Steve Earle-style country ("Faye Tucker"). Guest artists abound, including Sheryl Crow, Luscious Jackson's Kate Schellenbach, Me'Shell Ndegeocello, Joan Osborne, the Band's Rick Danko and Garth Hudson, and Natacha Atlas, but they don't overshadow Emily Saliers and Amy Ray, who are at the top of their game here. --Daniel Durchholz

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Indigo Girls ~ Come On Now Social

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4.0 out of 5 stars Love the photo on the cover...so sweet!! June 9 2012
By C. Preston TOP 1000 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Well the Indigo Girls have done it again with this CD. Now I have later CD's which are more of what I would say are my favorite CD's but every Indigo CD has their own "gems" on them. For those that like country alot of this CD will appeal to you so I would pick it up. My favorite tracks on this CD (although they are all good) are:

1.Soon Be Too Nothing: This is such a beautifully instrumentally & lyrically crafted song. The harmonies alone are beyond words they are that well delivered. I love the flow...keep it coming!

2.Sister: I think this is one of their best songs on the CD. Amy Ray is so good at doing these type of songs that emit a rich storyline and while it is country I would say it's more country/rock. Each word, phrase is just so well exectuted. Can you hear the subtle breathy moments in the vocal...wow! No one writes songs like the Indigo Girls...whether it's a protest song, political song, loving ballad, or just a fun ditty! I love the parts that Emily does on this song too....works so well in the storytelling! This song deserved a Grammy Award alone!

3.Andy: I love this song...sweet, sweet delivery by Emily. This is such an adorable love song. She makes it seem so simple and builds the vocal of this song throughout. Love the instruments used that work so well in this piece. By the time she gets to the 3rd verse your just sucked right into this story about Andy!

These are my favorite tracks but the whole CD is great. The Indigo Girls to me are just the best duo in their ability at songwriting, musicianship & delivery. Go see one of their concerts if you can as they kill it at all their concerts! They have a diehard fan base & once you see them in person it will dawn on you as to why that is! Cheers folks!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Indigo Girls Rock June 27 2004
Format:Audio CD
This is probably my favourite Indigo Girls album ( along with Rites of Passage ); not because it's among their most hardrocking, but because of the playing and the great songs. Lots of energy and emotion. Great backing from drummers john Reynolds and Jerry Marotta and bassist Clare Kenny. Emily Saliers demonstrates what a great gutarist she is - both the electric and the acoustic.
A lot of prominent guest appearances too: Rick Danko and Garth Hudson of the Band, Sheryl Crow and Joan Osborne join in on vocals
Amy's rocking "Go" sets the scene right from the start.
With Emily's ballad "Soon Be to Nothing" the mood calms down for a while.
The catchy country tune "Gone Again" comes next. One of Amy's best songs on the album.
With Emily's "Trouble" things begin to rock a again. Great vocals. The serious "Sister" is a classical Amy Ray type song .
"Peace Tonight" is a highlight. Catchy and optimistic.
"Ozilline" written about/to Amy grandmother is a traditional type tune. Ozillene actually introduces herself in the beginning of the track.
The next two songs are written by Emily; "Cold Beer and Remote" is by far the better. Catchy melody and funny sarcastic lyrics. Could have been a hit record. Sheryl Crow joins in here!
"Compromise" is probably my least favourite - hardrocking punkrock-type of tune.
"Andy" is another fine Emily ballad.
Last track is Amy's indignant comment the the execution of Faye Tucker; a very moving number.
Why Emily's beautiful "Philosophy of Loss" was only included as a hidden track is really a mystery to me. Along with "Cold Beer and Remote Control", "Peace Tonight" and "Gone Again" this is an outstanding song.
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I never thought Shaming The Sun was as bad as everyone else made it out to be. So it stands that I didn't think 'Come On Now Social' was the redemption everyone else thought it was. That said, however, this effort has some GREAT stuff! And it may be Amy Ray's best outing...'cept maybe 'Become You', which is even better than this disk!
Much has been made of Amy's opening track, 'Go'. It rocks, it kicks ...and it starts the CD off with a bang. But 'Gone Again' is the most infectious song of the lot. Great melody easy and fun to sing. 'Ozilline' is probably one of Amy's finest songs. Great accessible lyrics that are universal yet not cliched (or if they are, they're used in unique ways).
'Sister' is haunting and 'Compromise' blows the foam off your speakers. Its a dry run for her stint with the Butchies a year later, which culminated in her raw solo album. Many have ballyhooed the vocal coda of 'Faye Tucker', but I think it is every bit as haunting as the guitar effects on 'Sister' and fits the dark mood of the song well.
So there you have it, great stuff from Amy...one of her most consistent efforts. This LP, and its follow-up 'Become You', plus her solo disk, Stag represent a highpoint of Amy's career.
For Emily, whose lyrical dexterity usually carries the duo's CDs, this effort has some hits and misses. 'Trouble' is grating to listen to. Its yet another yep-I'm-gay-whatcha-gonna-do-about-it song. I respect the subject matter but its been addressed on other outings and more successfully (try 'Its Alright' on Shaming the Sun). 'Soon to be Nothing' is standard Emily, nothing more. Same with 'Peace Tonight'. Then she hits two homers with 'We Are Together' and the superb 'Cold Beer and Remote Control'.
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