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Kimbra - Vows (US Retail) (2012) FLAC

27-12-2015, 16:13
Music | Soul | Pop | Indie

Title: Vows (US Retail)
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Warner Bros.
Genre: Soul / Indie Pop
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 01:06:12
Total Size: 421 mb


01. Settle Down 4:02
02. Something In The Way You Are 4:23
03. Cameo Lover 4:02
04. Two Way Street 4:20
05. Old Flame 4:30
06. Good Intent 3:31
07. Plain Gold Ring (Live) 4:31
08. Come Into My Head 4:38
09. Sally I Can See You 3:58
10. Posse 5:06
11. Home 3:04
12. The Build Up 5:05
13. Warrior 4:16
14. Wandering Limbs 5:25
15. Settle Down (M-Phazes Remix) 5:21

Echoing the experimental nature of recent collaborator Gotye, whose number one single "Somebody That I Used to Know" she stole the show on, New Zealand songstress Kimbra's debut album, Vows, is a schizophrenic affair that is almost impossible to pigeonhole. Effortlessly flitting from bubblegum pop starlet on the playful old-skool beats and '60s doo wop vocals of "Cameo Lover" to avant-garde banshee on the melancholic music box-inspired closer, "The Build Up," Kimbra's chameleon-like tendencies ensure that predictability is certainly never an issue on any one of its 12 genre-hopping tracks. Occasionally, this "cover all bases" approach lacks focus, but for the most part, Kimbra's invention is a marvel to behold, as her enchanting and swooping jazz-pop tones glide across a veritable feast of sounds, from the hypnotic double basslines and '30s show tune harmonies of "Good Intent"; to the plinky piano hooks and rhythmic R&B grooves of opener "Settle Down"; while a beautifully gothic take on "Plain Gold Ring" is one of the rare instances of a Nina Simone cover matching the original. It will be interesting to see if she decides to pursue a more streamlined direction in the future, but by threading its widely eclectic range of influences together in such an impressively cohesive manner, Vows suggests she might never need to.

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