Tall Tales and the Silver Lining

Los Angeles, California, US
Artist / Band / Musician
Lyrical / Americana / Other
The songs of Tall Tales and the Silver Lining ramble down leafy paths through cool forests and dive headlong into the ocean. It's a carefree mix of country folk, with simple guitar strums that mingle playfully with spare rhythms and sweet harmonies.
-Robin Hilton, NPR, Second stage

Beld-Jimenez rivals Jonathan Richman on the wide-eyed guilelessness scale, though his performance style is considerably more artful and he doesn't force a sense of naïvete on the material; musically, this material sits somewhere between classic folk-rock and subdued sunshine pop, even if the tone never feels retro or nostalgic, and the mood is upbeat and enthusiastic without pushing the accelerator past an easy-going midtempo.
-All music Guide

At its core, Fall In finds that perfect middle ground between poignant, sobering folk and sunny '60s pop (think The Tallest Man on Earth meets The Mamas & The Papas) and only reaffirms the talent and finesse we've come to expect from Tall Tales.
-Aly Comingore, SB Independent

The Understanding showcases Beld-Jimenez's affection for breezy melodies and a wistful, acoustic guitar-driven optimism. Call it a coastal epiphany.
-Kevin Bronson, Buzzbands LA

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