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Magic Trick - Other Mans Blues

25-08-2016, 19:17
2016 | Folk | Rock

Title: Other Mans Blues
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Empty Cellar
Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Indie Folk
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 44:56
Total Size: 104 MB


01. More 04:56
02. Forest of Kates 03:31
03. I Held The Ring 04:52
04. Scorpio 03:39
05. First Thought 06:00
06. Mockingbird 03:32
07. Eternal Summer 04:38
08. Purest Thing 05:14
09. Startling Chimes 03:51
10. Oysters 04:44

2016 release. Other Man's Blues was written and recorded while songwriter Tim Cohen split his time between two lives and two worlds, a horse ranch with his newborn daughter, and on tour or at Phil Manley's Lucky Cat Studios in San Francisco. A book of songs Cohen had written while bouncing to and fro sufficed in lieu of rehearsal time with the 13 other musicians who appear on the tracks: James Kim and James Barone (Beach House) on drums; Alicia Van Heuvel (Aislers Set) and Paul Garcia on bass; Joel Robinow (Once and Future Band / Danny James) on keys; Emmett Kelly (The Cairo Gang / The Muggers) on guitar; and omnipresent vocal harmonies from Alicia, Noelle Cahill and Anna Hillburg. The album is a loose, largely improvised affair, with many guest appearances and stop-ins. Allegedly tequila was centrally involved. It's the principle that gave this project a name five years ago. Especially in this case, the players on the album define what shapes these songs take. A ghostly choir of female voices opens the album like a séance, with the spirit they conjure flitting about the ensuing ten tracks, from the baroque pop of "Forest of Kates" to the icy post-punk of "I Held the Ring." There's the air-tight R&B groove of "Startling Chimes," the krauty "Purest Thing," a jammy side-to-side trot that moves "First Thought" along, taking a detour into country before culminating in a glorious Grateful Dead-indebted coda. Throughout, it's Cohen's lyrics that are pushed to the front of the mix-collectively fleshed out, from his composition book.

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mufty77   User offline   25 August 2016 19:28

Wow, what for a wonderful day! Any Chance for lossless?

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