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King Creosote - Kenny and Beth's Musakal Boat Rides (2003/2009) Lossless

18-04-2015, 16:02
Music | Folk | Rock | Alternative | Indie | FLAC / APE

King Creosote - Kenny and Beth's Musakal Boat Rides (2003/2009) Lossless

Artist: King Creosote
Title Of Album: Kenny and Beth's Musakal Boat Rides
Year Of Release: 2003/2009
Label: Domino Records
Genre: Pop Rock, Folk Rock, Indie Pop, Indie Rock
Format: Flac
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 48:17 Min
Total Size: 286 Mb


01. Lonepigeon's Wineglass Finale
02. Homeboy
03. Pulling Up Creels
04. Turps
05. Spokes
06. Counselling
07. So Forlorn
08. Harper's Dough
09. Lavender Moon
10. Space
11. Meantime
12. Missionary
13. A Friday Night in New York

Singer/songwriter King Creosote is inspired by his Scottish roots and preserves his beloved upbringing in the North Sea town of Fife through music. A storyteller in song and a poet at heart, King Creosote's previous work with the Skuobhie Dubh Orchestra and Khartoum Heroes was magic for a while, but the desire to express his eccentric creativity didn't come together until he went solo. Kenny and Beth's Musakal Boat Rides marks King Creosote's official debut, introducing his usual quirky charm. It's polished pop rooted in traditional folk while threads of bluegrass echo throughout King Creosote's fairytale-like set of 13 songs. Kenny and Beth's Musakal Boat Rides is a marvelous journey of rich melodies and is keenly connected to his brother, the Lone Pigeon's Gordon Anderson's warm harmonies. From the rainy-day mood of "Pulling Up Creels" and the countrified vaudeville of "So Forlorn" to playfully snarking at Julie Andrews and Vincent van Gogh on "Turps," King Creosote creates wild soundscapes that are far more imaginative that any of his Scottish counterparts (Travis, Belle & Sebastian, Ballboy). Vocalist James Yorkston and fingerpicker Pip Dylan lend a hand on "Lavender Moon" for one of the album's more intimate moments. Kenny and Beth's Musakal Boat Rides is an album with many layers, and the overall production is tweaked just so, leading itself to be a full, pleasurable listen. In way, it's classical music for the new-millennium pop enthusiast.

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