Editors’ Notes A 15-year gap between their eighth and ninth albums didn’t weary this beloved folk-punk trio. Delving into two decades of cassettes and journals, singer/guitarist Gordon Gano found plenty of gems, and the group’s energy levels seem to have risen with time. “Memory” and “Foothills” retain the rattling feel, jumpy vocals, and rousing harmonies that have made the Femmes a perennial live draw, while “What You Really Mean,” an acoustic ballad with a classic ’50s feel and a sweetly crooned melody, showcases their gentle side.
I Could Be Anything
What You Really Mean
Travelling Solves Everything
I'm Not Done
10 Songs, 30 Minutes
March 4, 2016
℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Add It Up Productions under exclusive licence to Play It Again Sam.
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