Little Me Will Start a Storm

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All Music Guide - J. Allen
Loch Lomond started out as more or less a one-man project based around the vision of singer/songwriter Ritchie Young, aided and abetted by the production skills of Rob Oberdorder, but over the course of four albums and a couple of EPs, it's grown into a full-fledged, even large, ensemble. The fourth Loch Lomond full-length release, Little Me Will Start a Storm, feels -- at least in part -- like a product of its environment. Like several other members of the Portland, OR music community -- specifically the Tucker Martine/Decemberists/Laura Veirs/Laura Gibson axis -- Young and company blend the scrappy, open-minded D.I.Y. aesthetic of indie pop with folk influences and arty, ...
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All Music Guide - J. Allen
Loch Lomond started out as more or less a one-man project based around the vision of singer/songwriter Ritchie Young, aided and abetted by the production skills of Rob Oberdorder, but over the course of four albums and a couple of EPs, it's grown into a full-fledged, even large, ensemble. The fourth Loch Lomond full-length release, Little Me Will Start a Storm, feels -- at least in part -- like a product of its environment. Like several other members of the Portland, OR music community -- specifically the Tucker Martine/Decemberists/Laura Veirs/Laura Gibson axis -- Young and company blend the scrappy, open-minded D.I.Y. aesthetic of indie pop with folk influences and arty, occasionally orchestral-sounding touches. Over the course of the album, Loch Lomond employs a wide range of dynamics; the spare, quirky "Egg Song," which bears a bit of an early Incredible String Band feel, employs only vocals and acoustic guitar, while "Water in Astoria" sounds like it contains the entire contents of a used-instrument store -- piano, woodwind, strings, bass harmonica, even a musical saw. Young's unconventional lyrical inclinations mesh nicely with the warm, organic, mostly acoustic feel of the arrangements, creating a craftily produced but endearingly off-kilter sound with echoes of bands like the Fruit Bats and Lost in the Trees. And though the band's first few outings have yet to earn them plaudits on the level of peers like Veirs or the Decemberists, they have toured with the latter, and it's certainly easy to imagine fans of Colin Meloy's quirky folk-pop finding an easy entry point into Little Me Will Start a Storm.
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  • Release Date: 2/22/2011
  • Label: Tender Loving
  • UPC: 751937401223
  • Catalog Number: 27

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Loch Lomond Primary Artist
Rachel Blumberg Vocals
Jason Leonard Banjo, Bass, Dobro, Guitar, Percussion, Glockenspiel, Vocals, Kalimba, Vibes, Prepared Piano, Resonator, Bass Harmonica, Bell Plate, Glass Harp, Group Member
Ritchie Young Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Percussion, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Pizzicato Violin, Group Member
Dave Depper Synthesizer, Bass, Guitar, Mandolin, Piano, Autoharp, Celeste, Drums, Glockenspiel, Electric Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals, Mellotron, E-bow, Guitar (Nashville), Group Member
Amanda Lawrence Viola, Vocals
Johanna Kunin Flute, Piano, Vocals, Melodica
John Whaley Trumpet
Micah Rabwin Saw
Laurel Simmons Mandolin, Percussion, Piano, Drums, Vocals
Scott Magee Bass, Clarinet, Percussion, Bass Clarinet, Drums, Ukulele, Vocals, Group Member
Pia Da Silva Vocals
Jade Eckler Vocals, Group Member
Trevino Brings Plenty Guitar
Johanna Kunn Flute, Piano, Vocals, Melodica, Group Member
Abby Mages Flute
Jake Eckler Vocals
Jade Brings Plenty Vocals
Technical Credits
Adam Selzer Engineer
Jason Leonard Engineer, Artwork, Sound Treatment, Layout
Loch Lomond Arranger, Producer
Ritchie Young Composer
Dave Depper Composer, Producer
Jeff Stuart Saltzman Mastering
Scott Magee Engineer
Pia Da Silva Composer
Trevino Brings Plenty Engineer
Lee Howard Engineer
Melani Brown Assistant Photographer
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