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* ''Star Treatment'' (2016)


The SpiritualSuccessor of the renowned [[GothRock goth]]-[[AlternativeCountry country]] band SixteenHorsepower.

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The SpiritualSuccessor of the renowned [[GothRock goth]]-[[AlternativeCountry country]] band SixteenHorsepower.
Music/SixteenHorsepower.


The early Woven Hand albums were essentially solo affairs, with David Eugene Edwards providing vocals, guitar, banjolo[[note]]a hybrid instrument: the neck and strings of a banjo on the body of a mandolin[[/note]], bass, drums, keyboards, hurdy-gurdy, and bandoneon with a minimum of guest musicians. However, Woven Hand has since grown to become a full band, currently consisting of DEE, Ordy Garrison on drums, Charles French on guitar, Gregory Garcia on bass, and Jeffery Linsenmeier on organ.

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The early Woven Hand albums were essentially solo affairs, with David Eugene Edwards providing vocals, guitar, banjolo[[note]]a hybrid instrument: the neck and strings of a banjo on the body of a mandolin[[/note]], bass, drums, keyboards, hurdy-gurdy, and bandoneon with a minimum of guest musicians. However, Woven Hand has since grown to become a full band, currently consisting of DEE, Ordy Garrison on drums, Charles French on guitar, Gregory Garcia on bass, and Jeffery Linsenmeier Neil Keener on organ.
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The SpiritualSuccessor of the renowned [[GothRock goth]]-[[CountryMusic country]] band SixteenHorsepower.

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The SpiritualSuccessor of the renowned [[GothRock goth]]-[[CountryMusic goth]]-[[AlternativeCountry country]] band SixteenHorsepower.


* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: Several albums have exactly one song that's significantly more upbeat than the rest. ''Mosaic'' has "Bible and Bird"; ''Ten Stones'' has a cover version of Antonio Carlos Jobim's "Corcovado (Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars)"; ''The Threshingfloor'' has "Denver City".

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* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: Several albums have exactly one song that's significantly more upbeat than the rest. ''Mosaic'' has "Bible and Bird"; ''Ten Stones'' has a cover version of Antonio Carlos Jobim's "Corcovado (Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars)"; ''The Threshingfloor'' has "Denver City". And "Good Shepherd" (from ''Refractory Obdurate'') is not exactly upbeat, but has a surprisingly 80s vibe, with a guitar hook that would fit right in on a New Order track.

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* CompoundTitle: ''Refractory Obdurate'' gets its title from two songs, "The Refractory" and "Obdurate Obscura".


* ''Puur'' (2006) [[NoExportForYou Has yet to be released outside Europe.]]

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* ''Puur'' (2006) [[invoked]] [[NoExportForYou Has yet to be released outside Europe.]]




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* ''Refractory Obdurate'' (2014)


The early Woven Hand albums were essentially solo affairs, with David Eugene Edwards providing vocals, guitar, banjolo[[hottip:*:a hybrid instrument: the neck and strings of a banjo on the body of a mandolin]], bass, drums, keyboards, hurdy-gurdy, and bandoneon with a minimum of guest musicians. However, Woven Hand has since grown to become a full band, currently consisting of DEE, Ordy Garrison on drums, Charles French on guitar, Gregory Garcia on bass, and Jeffery Linsenmeier on organ.

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The early Woven Hand albums were essentially solo affairs, with David Eugene Edwards providing vocals, guitar, banjolo[[hottip:*:a banjolo[[note]]a hybrid instrument: the neck and strings of a banjo on the body of a mandolin]], mandolin[[/note]], bass, drums, keyboards, hurdy-gurdy, and bandoneon with a minimum of guest musicians. However, Woven Hand has since grown to become a full band, currently consisting of DEE, Ordy Garrison on drums, Charles French on guitar, Gregory Garcia on bass, and Jeffery Linsenmeier on organ.


* ListSong: The lyrics of "Coup Stick" are a list of the Old Testament kings of Israel and Judah, translated to English.



* WordSaladLyrics: The lyrics of "Coup Stick" are a list of the Old Testament kings of Israel and Judah, translated to English.

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* WordSaladLyrics: The lyrics of "Coup Stick" are a list of the Old Testament kings of Israel and Judah, translated to English.


The early Woven Hand albums were essentially solo affairs, with David Eugene Edwards providing vocals, guitar, banjolo[[hottip:*:a hybrid instrument: the neck and strings of a banjo on the body of a mandolin]], bass, drums, keyboards, hurdy-gurdy, and bandoneon with a minimum of guest musicians. However, Woven Hand has since grown to become a full band, with Ordy Garrison on drums and Pascal Humbert (another 16 Horsepower alum) on bass.

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The early Woven Hand albums were essentially solo affairs, with David Eugene Edwards providing vocals, guitar, banjolo[[hottip:*:a hybrid instrument: the neck and strings of a banjo on the body of a mandolin]], bass, drums, keyboards, hurdy-gurdy, and bandoneon with a minimum of guest musicians. However, Woven Hand has since grown to become a full band, with currently consisting of DEE, Ordy Garrison on drums drums, Charles French on guitar, Gregory Garcia on bass, and Pascal Humbert (another 16 Horsepower alum) Jeffery Linsenmeier on bass.
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* WordSaladLyrics: The lyrics of "Coup Stick" are a list of the Old Testament kings of Israel and Judah, translated to English.



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* ''The Laughing Stalk'' (2012)


** ''Black of the Ink'' (2011) A book with lyrics and illustrations by DEE, and an accompanying 6 song retrospective CD.

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** ''Black of the Ink'' (2011) A book with lyrics and illustrations by DEE, and an accompanying 6 song retrospective CD.6-song CD with new recordings of prior songs.



* NiceHat: The ten-gallon hat with feathers that DEE wore on the ''Threshingfloor'' tour.

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* NiceHat: The ten-gallon hat with feathers that DEE wore on the ''Threshingfloor'' tour. ''Live at Roepaen'' has pictures of DEE in a nice fur cap.



* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: Several albums have exactly one song that's significantly more upbeat than the rest. ''Mosaic'' has "Bible and Bird"; ''Ten Stones'' has a cover version of Antonio Carlos Jobim's "Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars"; ''The Threshingfloor'' has "Denver City".

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* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: Several albums have exactly one song that's significantly more upbeat than the rest. ''Mosaic'' has "Bible and Bird"; ''Ten Stones'' has a cover version of Antonio Carlos Jobim's "Quiet "Corcovado (Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars"; Stars)"; ''The Threshingfloor'' has "Denver City".
* UnpluggedVersion: All the tracks on ''Black of the Ink'' are stripped-down, acoustic versions of songs from prior albums.


* DroneOfDread: Many tracks have drones playing behind the melody to add an air of menace (see "Winter Shaker"). Sometimes DEE inverts this and uses drones used to convey a peaceful mood (see the hidden track from ''Ten Stones'').

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* DroneOfDread: Many tracks have drones playing behind the melody to add an air of menace (see "Winter Shaker"). Sometimes DEE inverts this and uses drones used to convey a peaceful mood (see the hidden track from ''Ten Stones'').



* SpellMyNameWithAnS: They were credited as "Woven Hand" on the first two albums, then as "Wovenhand" on ever album since.

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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: They were credited as "Woven Hand" on the first two albums, then as "Wovenhand" on ever every album since.


* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Is it Woven Hand or Wovenhand? Even the record label can't make up their mind.

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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Is it Woven Hand or Wovenhand? Even They were credited as "Woven Hand" on the record label can't make up their mind.first two albums, then as "Wovenhand" on ever album since.


* ''Puur'' (2006)

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* ''Puur'' (2006)(2006) [[NoExportForYou Has yet to be released outside Europe.]]

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