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Dish: Boneyard Beach

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Dish is a quartet from Raleigh, North Carolina, led by singer/pianist Dana Kletter. Kletter is a classically trained musician with an affinity for Brahms and Mendelssohn, as well as country and rock. She became involved in the alternative music scene through her 1980s roommates, a Washington, D.C. hardcore band, and was tapped for backing vocal duties on Hole's breakthrough album, Live Through This. Dish's debut album, Boneyard Beach, was released in 1995, and includes a cover of The Band/Bob Dylan song "Tears of Rage".

Tracks

  1. Headlights
  2. Wading
  3. Be Still
  4. Function
  5. Sad Figure
  6. Disguise
  7. Other Moon
  8. Tears of Rage (Manuel,Richard/Dylan,Bob)
  9. How Could Anyone
  10. January Song
  11. Odinokava Garmon (The Lonely Accordion)
  12. Mercury
  13. New life
Dish - Boneyard Beach - 1995 - Interscope 92532


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