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Ys (pronounced /ˈiːs/, EES) is the second album by Joanna Newsom. It was released by Drag City on November 14, 2006. The album was named for the city of Ys, which according to myth was built on the coast of Brittany and later swallowed by the ocean.
Manufacturer: Drag City
Release date: 6 November 2006
EAN: 0781484030324 UPC: 781484030324
Tags: 2006 (4), Alternative (2), Folk (2), 2000s (1), Drag City (1), Harpist (1), Harp (1), Src:emusic (1), United States (1), Singer/songwriter (1)
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The 150 Greatest Albums Made By Women (150 music items)

"Any fan of Joanna Newsom knows that to love her is to defend her. Her acolytes find ourselves defining her by what she is not: Not a waif, not an ethereal woodland sprite, not even really a folk musician. This habitual defensiveness is most common among music critics, who, in our eagerness to subvert a popular narrative, may have inadvertently kept it alive. But the truth is that Newsom long ago shook off the easy and obvious tropes that she initially accrued as a folk-adjacent female harpist. A"

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