Category: Blues Rock


  1. Vikus
    On Pierce Pettis 's fourth album, Chase the Buffalo, he shows a great deal of growth as a writer and studio performer. Pettis 's other releases have had some high points, but on this CD, Pettis's politics and Southern gothic folk style are integrated better. His writing is more consistent and stands up to his mature and controlled vocals.6/
  2. Mitaur
    Chase the Buffalo, undoubtedly the most lyrically rich album of the High Street years, established Pettis firmly as a "songwriter's songwriter" and further developed the solid folk atmosphere of the previous album, adding more prominent bass and percussion instruments and starting to move away from keyboard sounds.
  3. Tygogore
    Jan 24,  · Pettis hit the road and became a member of the “Fast Folk” movement in New York in the mid’s. He released one independent solo album, Moments () before signing with High Street Records, a division of Windham Hill. There, he released three albums: While the Serpent Lies Sleeping (), Tinseltown (), and Chase the Buffalo ().
  4. Bradal
    Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Chase the Buffalo at balladolisgraveldefenderperilore.xyzinfo Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.
  5. Tokasa
    Find Pierce Pettis bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - You know you've got a shot when Joan Baez covers.
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  8. Balmaran
    Stickman This song is by Pierce Pettis and appears on the album Chase The Buffalo (). A stickman sits upon his bed His eyes sunk way back in his head Like those haunting faces Of some concentration camp He finds it hard to catch his breath His heart is beating him to death A violence so senseless He has no defenses left A praying mantis in the dark Stickman listens to his heart Like a.

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