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High Seas (album)

High Seas
Trailer Bride
Released June 19, 2001
Recorded The Sound Of Music, Richmond, Virginia
Genre Alternative Country
Length 35:59
Label Bloodshot Records
Producer Melissa Swingle, Alan Weatherhead, Daryl White
Trailer Bride chronology

Whine de Lune
(1999)
High Seas
(2001)
Hope Is a Thing with Feathers
(2003)

High Seas is the fourth album by the Alternative Country band Trailer Bride.

Reviews

No Depression Magazine (July 1, 2001): "...A spooky, swampy triumph....unsettling and addictive with each subsequent spin..."

Magnet Magazine (September 1, 2001): "...Fun...showcasing Swingle's unique talent for whistling in the dark..."

Track listing

All songs written by Melissa Swingle except noted.

  1. "Jesco" - 3:27
  2. "High Seas" - 2:59
  3. "Under Your Spell" - 3:06
  4. "Itchin' for You" - 2:22
  5. "Ghost of Mae West" - 3:39
  6. "Wilderness" - 1:59
  7. "Crickets" - 0:23
  8. "Thankful Dirt" - 3:05
  9. "Barcelona" - 3:06
  10. "Drift in D" (Daryl White) - 2:52
  11. "All Thine" - 2:43
  12. "Run Rosie Run" - 2:59
  13. "Bird Feet Feelings" - 3:19

Personnel

  • Brad Goolsby - drums
  • Scott Goolsby - guitar
  • Melissa Swingle - vocals, banjo, guitar, harmonica, piano, saw
  • Daryl White - bass
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