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A still from Frazey Ford's "Done."
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May 28, 2015 Frazey Ford takes her discontent to the streets in the new video for her scathing breakup anthem "Done."
Frazey Ford's new album, Indian Ocean, comes out Oct. 14.
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October 5, 2014 Ford's second solo album comes marinated in the soul tradition inherent to its Memphis birthplace, and seasoned liberally by the influence of her backing band, Al Green's Hi Rhythm Section.
Clockwise from upper left: Fences (aka Christopher Mansfield) and Macklemore, Zola Jesus, Spider Bags, Sun Kil Moon, Frazey Ford
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July 29, 2014 On this week's All Songs Considered, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis collaborate with fellow Seattle band Fences, plus new music from Frazey Ford, Spider Bags, Zola Jesus, GOAT and more.
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October 12, 2010 The founding member of The Be Good Tanyas redefines her audience's expectations with the release of her debut solo album. Her gentle yet fearless voice has edged its way straight to the forefront, proving she can push beyond her work with the group as an ambitious solo artist.
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August 15, 2010 It's been four years since fans have heard Frazey Ford's lilting, laid-back voice as part of The Be Good Tanyas. But now she's returned with a solo record called Obadiah. Ford came to NPR for this Tiny Desk Concert — just her guitar and a cheetah jumpsuit — and lulled the office with four beautiful tunes from the album.
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Obadiah exposes a more soulful side of Frazey Ford.
August 13, 2010 As a member of the band The Be Good Tanyas, the Canadian singer-songwriter carved out a place for herself in the small world of alternative folk. That group has since disbanded, but Ford has gone solo and released an album titled Obadiah. The record still contains a healthy dose of folk revivalism, while exposing a more soulful side.
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The Be Good Tanyas' vocalist Frazey Ford just released her first solo effort, Obadiah
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July 26, 2010 Best known as the lead singer of the alt-country trio The Be Good Tanyas, the Canadian singer-songwriter breaks out with a compelling solo record, Obadiah. Sharp, personal, emotional songwriting serves as solid ground for Ford's incomparable voice. Hear two of the new tunes on World Cafe: Next.
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