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Carter Tanton - Jettison the Valley (2016)

10-03-2016, 21:24
Rock | Indie | FLAC / APE

Title: Jettison the Valley
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Western Vinyl
Genre: Indie Rock, Dreampop
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 39:30
Total Size: 101 / 254 MB


01. Twentynine Palms 04:41
02. Fresh Faced Claire 03:03
03. The Long Goodbye 03:39
04. Poison in the Dart 02:49
05. Jettison the Valley 05:45
06. 330 03:31
07. The Dressmaker's Girl 05:08
08. Through the Garden Gates 05:50
09. Diamonds in the Mine 05:05

By the time he was 15, singer, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Carter Tanton was already playing bar shows in his hometown of Baltimore. Two years later, he caught the attention of Gary E. Smith, best known for discovering and producing The Pixies. After working together for a year, they parted ways, but Tanton never slowed down. In the mid-2000's he released a couple of EPs with his band Tulsa, prompting Rolling Stone's David Fricke to claim "...his indie-seraphim voice is not of this world...", and after a particularly impressive live set KEXP's John Richards said "...he's one of the best singer-songwriters in the country today." Over the years, Tanton has toured and recorded with numerous artists including Marissa Nadler, Strand of Oaks, Lower Dens, and The War on Drugs. In 2012, he assembled Freeclouds, his first collection of songs for Western Vinyl. A couple of years later, Tanton moved to England where he wrote all of the songs on his new album Jettison the Valley. His old friend and collaborator Marisa Nadler contributes lead vocals to "Jettison the Valley", and Sharon Van Etten sings on "Twenty-Nine Palms" and "Through the Garden Gates". Also Available From Carter Tanton: Freeclouds (Western Vinyl LP/CD) // ...Carter Tanton has a spectacular voice...His voice, as much as the songwriting, makes these songs memorable and gives them an ageless quality. Though Tanton could probably sing a recipe for chocolate Г©clairs and still make it sound good. Pitchfork // "...his indie-seraphim voice is not of this world set in the same alpine reverb where Jim James of My Morning Jacket lives while the iridescent bloom of the guitars is a quality flashback to the clean-twang and country-fuzz blend of the 1968-69 Byrds. David Fricke, Rolling Stone //

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dontmatter25   User offline   3 March 2016 20:13

So hope there's a FLAC version to follow?

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