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# Song Title   Time
1)    Ironbark
2)    Higher Ground
3)    Not the Lonely
4)    I Won't Go Down
5)    Important Things
6)    Lion and Gazelle
7)    Done and Dusted
8)    Dirty Little Bird
9)    Grand Plans
10)    Something's Coming
11)    Syria
12)    Amazing Everything
13)    Shack, The
14)    Long Way from Home
15)    Song for Jacquenline (Bonus Track)
16)    Standing Strong (Bonus Track)
17)    Sugar Mama (Bonus Track)
18)    Don't You Ever Feel (Bonus Track)
19)    Strangest Thing (Bonus Track)
20)    Take Me To Town (Bonus Track)
21)    Goodnight 'Lil Cowboy (Bonus Track)
22)    Coast, The (Bonus Track)
23)    Shiny Apple (Bonus Track)
24)    Willow Tree (Bonus Track)
25)    Take It In (Bonus Track)
 

Album: Ironbark *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Ironbark
2)    Higher Ground
3)    Not the Lonely
4)    I Won't Go Down
5)    Important Things
6)    Lion and Gazelle
7)    Done and Dusted
8)    Dirty Little Bird
9)    Grand Plans
10)    Something's Coming
11)    Syria
12)    Amazing Everything
13)    Shack, The
14)    Long Way from Home
15)    Song for Jacquenline (Bonus Track)
16)    Standing Strong (Bonus Track)
17)    Sugar Mama (Bonus Track)
18)    Don't You Ever Feel (Bonus Track)
19)    Strangest Thing (Bonus Track)
20)    Take Me To Town (Bonus Track)
21)    Goodnight 'Lil Cowboy (Bonus Track)
22)    Coast, The (Bonus Track)
23)    Shiny Apple (Bonus Track)
24)    Willow Tree (Bonus Track)
25)    Take It In (Bonus Track)
 
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  • In celebration of their 25th anniversary, Australian folk trio the Waifs offer up Ironbark, an expansive 25-track double album comprised of new material. Arriving a year-and-a-half after their seventh album, 2015's Beautiful You, Ironbark reflects on the group's quarter-decade of successes, struggles, strife, and togetherness as sisters Donna Simpson and Vikki Thorn, along with co-bandleader Joshua Cunningham, collaborate and harmonize in the easy manner that has earned them such a large following over the years. Captured to tape by engineer James Newhouse, this set benefits from the spontaneity of having been recorded almost entirely in Cunningham's kitchen near Moruya, New South Wales. Having spent much of the past decade scattered around the globe -- Simpson and Thorn both live in the U.S. with Cunningham remaining in Australia -- the band saw this anniversary record as a chance to reconnect in familiar, laid-back surroundings and simply sing, strum, and write in a room together. A number of bright highlights came out of these sessions, like the hooky, Fleetwood Mac-esque "Not the Lonely" and the strident "Don't You Ever Feel," both of which display the sisters' natural chemistry. Cunningham's title track is a warm, uplifting indie folk paean to the trio's durability, which features all three singers trading vocals back and forth. As a celebration of the Waifs' key ingredients, Ironbark hits it mark. ~ Timothy Monger
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