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Sea ChangeProduced by Nigel Godrich, Beck's seventh album Sea Change peaked at #8 on the Billboard 200. Widely praised upon its release in 2002, Rolling Stone's David Fricke hailed it as "the best album Beck has ever made."1. The Golden Age
2. Paper Tiger
3. Guess I'm Doing Fine
4. Lonesome Tears
5. Lost Cause
6. End Of The Day
7. It's All In Your Mind
8. Round The Bend
9. Already Dead
10. Sunday Sun
11. Little One
12. Side Of The Road$24.99140 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
one of his best: a tenderly stunning song cycle of languid, prairie-dusted psychedelia that recalls Beck's reflective 2002 classic, Sea Change - David Fricke, ROLLING STONE
Morning Phase is true to its title: the beginning of yet another amazing chapter in Beck's peerless career and catalogue. Featuring musicians who have backed him on many of his most acclaimed albums, as well as the current live shows widely hailed as the best of his career (Justin Meldal-Johnsen, Joey Waronker, Smokey Hormel, Roger Joseph Manning Jr., and Jason Falkner), Morning Phase harkens back to the stunning harmonies, song craft and staggering emotional impact of Beck's most classic ballads, all the while surging forward with undeniable optimism.1. Cycle
3. Heart Is A Drum
4. Say Goodbye
5. Blue Moon
8. Don't Let It Go
9. Blackbird Chain
11. Turn Away
12. Country Down
13. Waking Light$24.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
I Just Started Hating Some People TodayTwo brand-new original songs from the inimitable Beck. While the A-side of Hating manages genre hop as well as anything Mr. Hansen has done in the past, the flip side of Blue Randy has a certain timeless quality that feels like it would equally be at home on any past release whether it be One Foot in the Grave or Sea Change.
Beck is one of the greatest artists of our time and we are beyond honored to be able to release such a pivotal record in his already-golden catalog.1. I Just Started Hating Some People Today
2. Blue Randy$6.997 Vinyl Single Buy Now
Tall Tall ShadowTall Tall Shadow, the third album by Toronto singer-songwriter Basia Bulat, is the bravest album she has made. Raw and spectral, heartbroken, yet jubilant, these ten songs tell the story of a very hard year in the artist's life and all the love that helped her through it.
Whereas the singer's past two LPs, including 2008's Polaris-nominated Oh, My Darling, were made in Montreal's all-analogue Hotel 2 Stango studio, Tall Tall Shadow is a more modern thing. This is a record with echo and reverb, electronic flutters and electric autoharp, voices that charge and incandesce around buzzing guitars, lonely piano and rattling percussion.
To get to this place, Bulat co-produced the album with, Tim Kingsbury and Mark Lawson. Kingsbury, a member of Arcade Fire, can play anything and everything, she says. Lawson, who has worked on records with Akron/Family and Colin Stetson, and who won a Grammy for his work on Arcade Fire's The Suburbs, is a studio alchemist, someone who hears things hidden in songs, who is always keen to transform them.
They started recording in Toronto, at a reverberating 60-year-old dance hall. Once again, Bulat put together a band: her brother, the punk-inclined drummer Bobby Bulat; Holly Coish on keys and backing vocals; Kingsbury and Ben Whiteley on guitars and bass. One song features Whiteley's father, the folk legend Ken Whiteley, on gospel organ. But Tall Tall Shadow isn't acoustic folk music: like Beck's Sea Change or Buckingham Nicks, chord and strum are a launch-pad for wilder sounds.
Bulat's goal was to keep challenging herself. Promise Not to Think About Love, with shimmying bass and dancing handclaps, is the poppiest track she has ever released. It Can't Be You, played on an Andean charango, is one of the simplest. Never Let Me Go is all crescendo, a woman in a storm, and the title track reaches soaring for the sky: has there ever been a better showcase for Bulat's powerhouse voice? For her steam-train heart?
Two months before I was due to begin recording, I suffered a deep loss, Bulat says. I kind of started over. She started; and she didn't stop.
- Sean Michaels1. Tall tall shadow
2. Five, four
3. Promise Not To Think About
4. It Can't Be You
6. The City With No Rivers
8. Paris or Amsterdam
9. Never Let Me Go
10. From Now On$16.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now