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Single's Round-Up


Download links and information about Single's Round-Up by Holly Golightly. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 01:10:19 minutes.

Artist: Holly Golightly
Release date: 2001
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 24
Duration: 01:10:19
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No. Title Length
1. Virtually Happy 3:32
2. The Ride 3:02
3. No Big Thing 2:38
4. My Own Sake 2:18
5. Til I Get 3:01
6. Waiting Room 2:19
7. I Can't Be Trusted 2:40
8. Card Table 2:47
9. No Hope Bar 3:04
10. Believe Me #1 3:36
11. Come the Day 2:46
12. In You 2:21
13. Believe Me #2 3:17
14. Stain 3:14
15. Won't Go Out 3:35
16. Too Late Now 3:28
17. Sand 2:40
18. Lonesome Town 2:39
19. Your Love Is Mine 4:41
20. Laughing to Keep From Crying 2:52
21. Listen 1:59
22. Rain Down Rain 2:45
23. You Shine 2:29
24. Box Elder 2:36



Singles Round-Up is nothing fancy, and just exactly what it purports to be: a compendium of 7"s from the first five years of Holly Golightly's solo career. As you'd expect from this former member of Thee Headcoatees, there are plenty of lo-fi garage sounds busting out here. But Golightly works equally hard at honing the cowboy, folk, and pop elements of these mostly original tunes. Naturally, anytime one resource compiles two dozen tracks originally scattered across eight labels, it's a handy item for fans. But Singles Round-Up is also useful for looking at Golightly's ability to bend a single piece of material to suite different moods. "Believe Me #1," for instance, swings on Western flare coupled with bluesy harmonica and double bass. "Believe Me #2" plows headlong out of the garage, complete with a squalling electric guitar solo. Though the disc includes a handful of vintage covers such as "Lonesome Town," the most satisfying interpretation is a jaunty (if faithful) romp through Pavement's "Box Elder."