Knots and Crosses
Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
Contemporary folk, folk/rock
The group has disbanded. Most recent release, There Was A Time (compilation, 1999)
The Ectophiles' Guide entry for Carol Noonan's band and solo work
Carol Noonan's band and solo work
I remember hearing about Ben Wittman and Duke Levine that "they have played with many other bands in the region, including Knots and Crosses". I thought they were both excellent musicians, and I wanted to hear some more of their material. I vaguely remembered having listened to or played Knots and Crosses and liked it sometime in the past, so the next time I was at the radio station I work at I looked in the folk section, and there was a CD by them. I played it, listened fully this time, and loved it, especially with the ethereal vocal grooves.
Recommended first album:
There Was A Time is the only one currently available
There Was A Time
See Signature Sounds site
A compilation from the first two albums, with two tracks recorded especially for this compilation.
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