JOSEPHINE FOSTERâ€™s bizarre, avant-folk songs travel musical history via a ghostly linkage with the Appalachian porch whisperers of the pre-WWII era, with a pinch of the
Iâ€™m picking a representative smattering of five songs from her catalog for ya. Two are from a heavy psych/folk CD she put out with a backing band called The Supposed (â€œAll The Leaves Are Gone”); one is from her second-ever homemade CD-R (â€œLittle Life”) â€“ she has about a half-dozen of those, and you can order some of them right here; one is from her fantastic CD from 2005 â€œHazel Eyes, I Will Lead Youâ€ ; and one was a freebie cover song of THE CHERRY BLOSSOMS, whom Foster has collaborated with) on a comp that came with THE BELIEVER literary magazine. All are superlative. If you like this, thereâ€™s a lot, lot more to delve into.
Play or Download JOSEPHINE FOSTER & THE SUPPOSED â€“ â€œWell-Heeled Menâ€ (from 2004 â€œAll The Leaves Are Goneâ€ CD)
Play or Download JOSEPHINE FOSTER â€“ â€œThe Golden Windowâ€ (from June 2005 compilation CD included with â€œThe Believerâ€ magazine)
Play or Download JOSEPHINE FOSTER â€“ â€œThere Are Eyes Aboveâ€ (from 2005 â€œHazel Eyes, I Will Lead Youâ€ CD)
Play or Download JOSEPHINE FOSTER â€“ â€œFrancieâ€™s Songâ€ (from 2001 â€œLittle Lifeâ€ CD-R)
Play or Download JOSEPHINE FOSTER & THE SUPPOSED â€“ â€œ