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Alternative Folk,Urban Folk,Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Anti-Folk,Indie Rock
  • Performer:
    Ani DiFranco
  • Title:
    Revelling: Reckoning
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Alternative Folk,Urban Folk,Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Anti-Folk,Indie Rock
  • Date of release:
    April 10, 2001
  • Duration:
    01:58:22
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    1457 megabytes
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    1280 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1714 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.7
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Revelling/Reckoning is the 11th studio album by singer-songwriter Ani DiFranco, released in 2001 on Righteous Babe Records. It is a double album of winding, narrative, acoustic-based songs. The lead track of Reckoning, "Your Next Bold Move", was included on the 2002 political compilation GASCD. All songs by Ani DiFranco. Ain't That The Way" – 5:14. Garden Of Simple" – 3:54. Tamburitza Lingua" – 5:07. Heartbreak Even" – 3:36.

Revelling - Reckoning. Folk Rock Ani DiFranco. Band Name Ani DiFranco. Album Name Revelling - Reckoning. Labels Righteous Babe Records. Music StyleFolk Rock. Members owning this album1. 1. Ain' That the Way.

Revelling: Reckoning. It's clear Ani DiFranco never hesitates to swim in a gulf of her own lyrical prowess. A storyteller herself, she takes pride in her tales of heartbreak, society's woes, and life's journey. it's the answer to this culture of the quick fix prescription" hands you a vision through her periscope of the world. DiFranco's status as a sublime symbol of artistic elegance is well proven through words on this revelling album.

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Album · 2001 · 29 Songs. Revelling/Reckoning Ani DiFranco.

Ani DiFranco ‎– Revelling, Reckoning. Label: Righteous Babe Records ‎– RBR024-D. Format: 2 CD, Album. Country: UK & Europe. Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Drums, Bass, Shaker, Drum, Instruments, Written-by – Ani DiFranco. Backing Vocals – Mark Hallman, Scot Fisher. Guitar – Lloyd Maines. Horns – Jon Hassell, Maceo Parker. Mastered By – Greg Calbi.

Album Revelling, Reckoning. You can doubt anything If you think about it long enough Cuz what happened always adjusts to fit What happened after that And it's hard to feel like you are free When all you seem to do is referee Remember when it was just you and me Steppin' up to bat? And win or lose Just that you choose this little war Is what kills you And either/or it's that this war Is maybe also what thrills you.

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Ani DiFranco’s musical progression has always made sense and each album seems to be a stepping stone to the next. And while her latest direction might not be as emotionally gripping as her previous work, she seems to have come full circle on her double-disc Revelling/Reckoning. Many of the songs find DiFranco singing alone with an acoustic guitar. The appropriately titled Garden of Simple begins with Some crazy fucker carved a sculpture out of butter, a brazen reminder of her old-school lyrical prowess. She also continues her spoken-word tradition on Tamburitza Lingua and Kazoointoit,.

Credits

Ani DiFranco - Composer, Drums, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Baritone), Guitar (Electric), Key Bass, Primary Artist, Producer, Tambur, Tongue Drum, Vocals
Scot Fisher - Voices
Goat Boy Gilchrist - Engineer
Jon Hassell - Guest Artist
Lloyd Maines - Guest Artist
Maceo Parker - Guest Artist, Saxophone

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Ain't That the Way Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 5:14
2 O.K. Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 2:51
3 Garden of Simple Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 3:54
4 Tamburitza Lingua Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 5:07
5 Marrow Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 5:19
6 Heartbreak Even Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 3:36
7 Harvest Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 1:04
8 Kazoointoit Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 3:51
9 Whatall Is Nice Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 4:36
10 What How When Where (Why Who) Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 5:58
11 Fierce Flawless Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 5:04
12 Rock Paper Scissors Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 6:00
13 Beautiful Night Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 6:25

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Your Next Bold Move Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 5:47
2 This Box Contains... Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 0:29
3 Reckoning Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 6:02
4 So What Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 5:03
5 Prison Prism Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 1:34
6 Imagine That Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 4:01
7 Flood Waters Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 0:47
8 Grey Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 5:22
9 Subdivision Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 3:57
10 Old Old Song Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 4:22
11 Sick of Me Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 5:21
12 Don't Nobody Know Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 1:17
13 School Night Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 4:54
14 That Was My Love Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 1:03
15 Revelling Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 5:08
16 In Here Ani DiFranco Ani DiFranco 4:16

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Released after a series of angsty, harder-edged albums from Ani DiFranco, Revelling: Reckoning was a surprisingly mellow record. Almost entirely acoustic, and reflecting jazz influences much more than prior records, Revelling: Reckoning might have reflected a calmer, more reflective DiFranco as the twenty-first century began to unfold, and with it the singer/songwriter’s thirties. While the music might have been less intense, her lyrics are as complex, biting, and emotionally resonant as ever.To make the album a double record was probably a mistake. While there are several interesting songs, much of the record tends to blend together after time, as musical variety (a staple of DiFranco’s career overall) is mostly absent here. By the end of the second disc, one is just watching the clock and counting down how many songs are left, made weary by what feels like non-distinctive filler. In the end, while featuring strong moments like the brilliant “Garden of Simple,” the record is one of DiFranco’s weakest.