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William Tyler - Lost Colony EP (2014) Lossless

24-04-2014, 09:56
Folk | FLAC / APE

William Tyler - Lost Colony EP (2014) Lossless

Artist: William Tyler
Title Of Album: Lost Colony EP
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Merge
Genre: Folk, Acoustic, American Primitive
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 46:55 min
Total Size: 182 MB


1. Whole New Dude
2. We Can't Go Home Again
3. Karussell (Michael Rother cover)

Lost Colony follows William Tyler’s critically acclaimed album Impossible Truth. This limited-edition 12” features a new song “Whole New Dude”, a full band re-working of “We Can’t Go Home Again” from Impossible Truth, and “Karussell”, a cover of a Michael Rother (Neu!) song. “Whole New Dude” was born from a conversation with Mike Taylor (Hiss Golden Messenger) about Julian Jaynes’ The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind and how ancient peoples slowly transformed into what we could consider more “modern” thinking.

Tyler and Taylor joked that the title of the book should have been “Whole New Dude” and it stuck. After over a year of solo touring in support of Impossible Truth, Tyler was excited to write and arrange more for an ensemble. He said, “including these guys as part of the band has totally transformed the way I look at playing this music because it feels more like family on these songs, I am not hammering away in a private/existential manner all by myself. We tracked it as a band, there were other people to bounce ideas off.” Infusing “We Can’t Go Home Again” with new life by giving the song the full band treatment allowed Tyler to breathe new life into both his song and his creative process.

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