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Golden Shoulders

Golden Shoulders

Golden Shoulders


Golden Shoulders is a band from Nevada City, California. Formed in 2001 by songwriter Adam Kline, the group operates with a rotating lineup and has featured significant contributions from such notables as Joanna Newsom, who sang and played piano on the first Golden Shoulders album, Let My Burden Be, before going on to international acclaim; Todd Roper and Greg Brown (Cake, Deathray), Rich Good (the Psychedelic Furs, the Pleased), Dan Elkan (Broken Bells Read more on Last.fm
Golden Shoulders is a band from Nevada City, California. Formed in 2001 by songwriter Adam Kline, the group operates with a rotating lineup and has featured significant contributions from such notables as Joanna Newsom, who sang and played piano on the first Golden Shoulders album, Let My Burden Be, before going on to international acclaim; Todd Roper and Greg Brown (Cake, Deathray), Rich Good (the Psychedelic Furs, the Pleased), Dan Elkan (Broken Bells, Hella, Them Hills, Pocket for Corduroy), Josh Klinghoffer (Red Hot Chili Peppers, John Frusciante, PJ Harvey, Beck), Rusty Miller (Jackpot), Rob Kieswetter (Bobby Birdman), Hunter Burgan (AFI), songwriter Brett Shady, drummer Neal Morgan, and more. Golden Shoulders has released three albums, Let My Burden Be (2002), Friendship is Deep (2004), and Get Reasonable (2009), along with the EPs Bee 17 (2005) and Kin (2006). Thus far, all officially released Golden Shoulders songs have been written by Kline and arranged by the musicians on the recordings. Live arrangements differ from the recorded versions based on the whims of the performers.

Golden Shoulders' first album, Let My Burden Be, peaked at No. 68 on the CMJ chart, which measures college radio plays in the United States. The April 2005 issue of MOJO magazine gave the Golden Shoulders' second album, Friendship is Deep, a review of four out of five stars. The follow-up album, Get Reasonable, received another four star review from MOJO in the November 2009 issue.

Golden Shoulders have also had several songs featured on the episodic video blog, lonelygirl15. The band has toured the United States several times, including 2004's Speed of Sound Tour, 2006's Annyong Tour, 2009's Flawless Tour, and 2010's Drive Across America Tour. The shows performed on these tours were performed without electricity, meaning no microphones or amplifiers were used, though the band sometimes appears as a four-piece, plugged-in lineup when playing in their home state of California. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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