[chamber pop, indie-folk] (2019) Lambchop - This (is what I wanted to tell you) [FLAC,Tracks] [DarkAngie]

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  • (2019) Lambchop - This (is what I wanted to tell you) [FLAC,Tracks] (Size: 229.87 MB)
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      • 08 - Flower.flac
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      • 03 - Everything for you.flac
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      • 01 - The new isn't so you anymore.flac
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      • 04 - The lasting last of you.flac
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      • 07 - This is what I wanted to tell you.flac
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      • 06 - The December-ish you.flac
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      • 02 - Crosswords, or what this says about you.flac
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      • 05 - The air is heavy and I should be listening to you.flac
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(2019) Lambchop - This (is what I wanted to tell you)



Review:
With This (Is What I Wanted to Tell You) Lambchop continue to establish themselves as forerunners and innovators of what was once called Alt Country. Their sound has morphed to encompass multiple genres, blending folk songwriting with the tones of urban soul.
Following on from the pioneering sounds of Flotus (2017), This (Is What I Wanted to Tell You) showcases Lambchop at a new peak in their career, whilst still retaining the ingredients of their classic albums. ’This’ is brimming with ideas, songs and hooks. A huge influence on the new direction is Matthew McCaughan (of Bon Iver and Hiss Golden Messenger), who produced and co-wrote large parts of the album with Kurt Wagner (Lambchop frontman) over a period of two years.
…Not so long ago, Lambchop had a famously sprawling line-up, toting a dozen or so members around the world and into the studio to document elliptical country- soul mutations. But in recent years, the band has become a more personal vehicle for Wagner. Anchored by him and framed by bassist Matt Swanson and Wagner’s incorrigibly grinning foil, the pianist Tony Crow, the Lambchop of this decade has become more pliant and adaptable, opening itself to unexpected collaborators that give Wagner’s thoughts and feelings the shape they need for each new album. That was the idea for 2012’s engrossing Mr. M and 2016’s staggering (and tragically timed, we should say here) FLOTUS, and it remains the approach for This (is what I wanted to tell you).
In the summer of 2017, Wagner left Nashville and crossed the Blue Ridge Mountains into North Carolina, where he met Matt McCaughan, who has spent the last decade drumming for the likes of Bon Iver and Hiss Golden Messenger. They became instant musical pen pals, with Wagner sending him a cappella takes of new song ideas and McCaughan dispatching long-form synthesiser pieces for inspiration. McCaughan eventually headed to Nashville, where, together, they put a band behind the songs, using pedal steel and piano and the harmonica of Nashville legend Charlie McCoy to colour in the spaces of these black-and-white sketches. That unexpected human connection—that is, rekindling an old friendship to make music in a way you never imagined—is a happy answer to the worries of This (is what I wanted to tell you), an album whose honesty pulls on your heart with the weight of absolute empathy.




Tracklist:
01 - The new isn't so you anymore
02 - Crosswords, or what this says about you
03 - Everything for you
04 - The lasting last of you
05 - The air is heavy and I should be listening to you
06 - The December-ish you
07 - This is what I wanted to tell you
08 - Flower


Summary:
Country: USA
Genre: chamber pop, indie-folk


Media Report:
Source                           : CD
Format                           : FLAC
Format/Info                      : Free Lossless Audio Codec, 16-bit PCM
Bit rate mode                    : Variable
Bit rate                         : ~ 651-740 Kbps
Channel(s)                       : 2 channels
Sampling rate                    : 44.1 KHz
Bit depth                        : 16 bits


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