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Molly Lewis — Wind's Lament
Album: The Forgotten Edge
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7.1

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Released: 2021
Length: 3:21
Plays (last 30 days): 7
(instrumental)
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I saw her open for Weyes Blood last year, and at first thought it was a joke act, but she is really really good at whistling.
 phantomsix wrote:
Not quite right, try:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molly_Lewis_(whistler)
I love this.  So many talented musicians and such little time.  Thanks again RP!
Molly is not whistling Dixie.
 Zep wrote:
EXACTLY!

 DrLex wrote:

This is the first time I hear someone dare tread in Morricone's footsteps and the result is not half bad.



I thought it was Morricone when I first heard it
The intro feels like a moody Leonard Cohen song. Or Herb Albert and the Tijuana Brass in a gloomier moment...
Makes me want to play RDR2
I want her to sit next to the head of my bed and whislte me a lullabye...
If this wasn't in a Tarantino movie, it should be. Sounds straight from "Kill Bill."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...(whistler)
 rgio wrote:

Kinda boring...in a not-so-interesting way.



....kinda boring....in a not-so-interesting-way....me don't think you understand the connection between the two....
 waterwench21 wrote:

Told my husband, as I was walking across the house to see who this was, that it had a spaghetti western feel to it.  Interesting, I like it.



....me thought the same thing....here comes Clint....
 smartn1 wrote:


Now I want to hear music from the ukulele player

Molly "The Ukulele Player" Lewis is also phenomenal. I've lost count of the number of times I've seen her live. Definitely check her out. Tons of stuff on the Tubes Of You.

 mivade wrote:

I think the Wikipedia link is for a different Molly Lewis. It should be referring to this one: https://www.molly-lewis.com/



Now I want to hear music from the ukulele player
Told my husband, as I was walking across the house to see who this was, that it had a spaghetti western feel to it.  Interesting, I like it.
The artist info is pointing to the wrong Molly Lewis.

Molly Lews (the whistler) vs. Molly Lewis (the ukulele player)
Grabs me every time, like Ennio Morricones 'The Ecstasy of Gold'......and theres Clint with his finger on the trigger and a sour mouth.... clever
 rgio wrote:

Kinda boring...in a not-so-interesting way.



Harsh but fair.

That being said, we all think that with a bit more effort and maturity you'll come up with an interesting comment next time.....
This is the first time I hear someone dare tread in Morricone's footsteps and the result is not half bad.
Stop the whistling! 
Oh dear, a duster soundtrack without a film?
Geez, really painful listening to somebody whistle.
And a great cover!
Seduced by trumpets. Haven’t heard the rest yet…
Kill Bill Vol. 3?
I think the Wikipedia link is for a different Molly Lewis. It should be referring to this one: https://www.molly-lewis.com/
 Jelani wrote:



Or Clint Eastwood's new Spaghetti Western!



No, Actually, it's from Kill Bill..
the trumpeter is incredible
 rgio wrote:

Kinda boring...in a not-so-interesting way.




Very funny but I totally disagree. Maybe you have to be in the mood.
 globs101 wrote:

Sounds like it would be completely at home in the next Quentin Tarantino movie.



I totally hear "Kill Bill" in this one.
If Andrew Bird taught us anything, it's that whistling in songs works. 
If Willy Loman taught us anything, it's that whistling in the elevator does not work.
Very Morricone. Very nice
thanks this is also the song that i look for to download free suonerie gratis for my cell phone
Holy shit! Molly Lewis on RP! Molly is amazing, live, recorded, whether her comedy, or her (slightly) more serious attempts. Thanks! I love it!
Kinda boring...in a not-so-interesting way.
 globs101 wrote:

Sounds like it would be completely at home in the next Quentin Tarantino movie.



and for that sole reason it gets a solid 8.
 globs101 wrote:

Sounds like it would be completely at home in the next Quentin Tarantino movie.




Or Clint Eastwood's new Spaghetti Western!
And not a single mention of fact that the artist is known for her ukulele...not the trumpet...the ukulele.  I mean, this is cool as hell, but I sure don't hear a ukulele hear, do you?  I was so expecting some sort of Herb Alpert connection...***hangs head in shame***
Sounds like it would be completely at home in the next Quentin Tarantino movie.
A track from the 2000's that sounds like the soundtrack to a 1900's movie about the 1800's...
My first first comment. Sounds OK to me.