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“The out-of-this-world acoustic duo, Goose & Fox is the newest and freshest soon-to-be-massive-and-profoundly-inspiring musical act out there. They have the beauty of sound sewn into their DNA. There is something magical about the combination of their voices, something mystical about the way they write their songs, and something perfect about the way they perform them."”
“The moral of the fable about the fox and the geese goes something like this: Mankind have an enemy whom they well know, Who tempts them in every way ; But they, too, at length shall overcome this foe, If wisdom’s right law they obey. Local folk/pop duo Goose & Fox have a much simpler, profound interpretation of the story, one “about an age-old relationship, and about questioning who truly has the upper hand.” Allison Hall’s quote has got me thinking the past few days about those dynamics, which resonates with any type of relationship. Her and partner Noah Woodburn express these dynamics and everything that goes with it on their first self-produced and recorded album, My Mouth, the Sea. Recorded at Woodburn’s Portland studio, New North Sound, Hall’s voice has just the right amount of her Georgia twang and Noah’s guitar work compliments her addicting voice nicely. Check out song previews on their website gooseandfox.com.”