|Album:||And The Wiremen||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||And The Wiremen||Added:||Dec 2010|
|Add Date:||2011-02-13||Pull Date:||2011-04-17|
|Week Ending:||Apr 17||Apr 3||Mar 20||Mar 13||Feb 27||Feb 20|
|1.||May 25, 2013:||Music Casserole
|4.||Apr 14, 2011:||Double Daydream Disaster
|2.||May 09, 2013:||Daydream Disaster
|5.||Apr 02, 2011:||Music Casserole
|3.||Feb 07, 2013:||Daydream Disaster
|6.||Mar 13, 2011:||Lumpy Space Princess
Play with John Parrish, Dirty Three, Mark Growden, Friends of Dean Martinez, Calexico, Lee Hazelwood, Nick Cave, The Czars, Tindersticks.
Amazing album. FCC clean. Start with 7, 11.
1. Amazing juxtaposition of musical motifs… slow/fast, sparse/chaotic, melodic/discordant. (There's an accidental, slight similarity here to Rocket Man by Elton John but if you perform a segue between that song and this one, a thousand angels will be waterboarded by abused midgets.)
2. Waltzy 2/4 lullaby feel. Powerfully evokes traveling by train, asleep in the middle of the night.
3. Swaying and dynamic with great vocal arrangement. Starts with discordant guitar arpeggio.
4. Bouncy, Kurt Weill/polka (by way of Mark Growden) feel.
5. Instrumental… bass clarinets. Short.
6. High energy, all instruments percussively-played.
+ 7. Nearly acoustic prog/math jazz. Twists & turns. Stunningly cool.
8. More Kurt Weill bounce (e.g. Alabama Song). Quite sparse.
9. Very jazzy & slow with brushed drums mixed low.
10. Mid-slow and amelodic. Unlikely juxtaposition of sounds create a funky art jazz piece. Reminiscent of Scott Walker!
+ 11. Irish jig rolls along underneath warm, enveloping, Pinback-style vocals… morphing into a positively krautrock groove (although, with handclaps) before getting jiggy/warm again.
|1.||The Names||6.||In The Well|
|3.||Molina||8.||Sharpen Your Knives|
|4.||Pick Myself Up Slowly||9.||Before He Gave Up The Ghost|
|5.||Pineland||10.||Queued And Waiting|