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  • Pitch Perfect 3: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Pitch Perfect 3: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Quick View

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    Pitch Perfect 3: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

    Various Artists
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    Volume Three

    With fourteen songs-11 Deschanel originals and three covers-
    Volume 3 is an effortlessly effervescent, bleached-out-in-the-sun pop
    record. The album features some of the most dynamic, complex
    songs Deschanel has ever written, allowing for tempo shifts, disco
    grooves, string arrangements on multiple tracks, and horn flourishes
    that perfectly suit the She & Him sound. Produced by M. Ward and
    recorded in Los Angeles, Portland, and New York City, Volume 3
    features guest contributions from NRBQ's Joey Spampinato, Mike
    Watt, Tilly and the Wall, Pierre de Reeder from Rilo Kiley, and Tom
    Hagerman from Devotchka.


    Since the release of the band's album Volume Two in 2010, much
    has happened to both She and to Him. Deschanel, whose television
    show New Girl has cemented her status as a sitcom star, continued
    to hone her songwriting skills, writing the theme song for her new
    show in addition to being nominated for a GRAMMY for Best
    Original Song for the movie Winnie the Pooh. She wrote songs for
    Volume 3 during small pockets of downtime while filming New Girl,
    as Ward toured the world behind his latest solo creation, A
    Wasteland Companion, which was released to massive critical acclaim
    last year. Together and separately, the duo has sold over a million
    albums domestically-a testament to their classic sonic
    arrangements, their rich, incomparable voices, and their ability to
    craft pitch-perfect, Brill Building-esque choruses around timeless,
    universal themes

    1. I've Got Your Number, Son
    2. Never Wanted Your Love
    3. Baby
    4. I Could've Been Your Girl
    5. Turn to White
    6. Somebody Sweet to Talk To
    7. Something's Haunting You
    8. Together
    9. Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me
    10. Snow Queen
    11. Sunday Girl
    12. London
    13. Shadow of Love
    14. Reprise (I Could've Been
    Your Girl)
    She & Him
    $19.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Pro-Ject Xtension 12 Evolution Turntable 6 OPTIONS AVAILABLE Pro-Ject Xtension 12 Evolution Turntable Quick View

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    Pro-Ject Xtension 12 Evolution Turntable


    Have a question about this product? Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 with any questions or concerns regarding your equipment purchase.


    Manual turntable with build in Pro-Ject Speed Box SE


    Pro-Ject's Xtension 12 incorporates over 20 years of experience in turntable design and manufacture. The Xtension 12 represents their latest technological efforts to address mass-decoupling and resonance reduction. Beginning with the mass-loaded magnetically floated sub-chassis and the precision balanced sandwich alloy platter (recycled vinyl/alloy), the foundation of this system weighs in at a super-heavy 55lbs. Additionally, Pro-Ject employs magnetic decoupling feet to thwart airborne or mechanical vibration from disturbing playback. This mass and isolation creates an environment of extremely low resonance allowing music to emerge from an ultra-silent black background. An AC motor with a two-step pulley drive with Electronic Speed Control maintains perfect pitch and rhythm resulting in inaudible wow, flutter and noise. There's even a built-in spirit level to assist setting the height-adjustable magnetic footers.


    Further reducing noise and vibration is the isolated Sorbothane mounting board for the 12 carbon-fiber tonearm. The conical arm and unified headshell are fabricated from a single piece of carbon fiber to avoid problems associated with standing wave reflections. Single screw fixing of the armtube allows for easy rotation for adjustment of needle azimuth. Additionally the arm is fully adjustable for VTA. A high-performance 123cm phono interconnect cable is included.


    Optional SuperPack includes Sumiko Blackbird Cartridge at a significantly reduced price.


    Pro-Ject
    $4,499.00
    Xtension 12 Evolution Turntable - 3 Colors Available - SuperPack Option
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  • Shake It Up (Awaiting Repress) Shake It Up (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Shake It Up (Awaiting Repress)

    Sonically Spectacular LP Half-Speed Mastered from the Original Tapes!


    1981 Album a Return to Pop and a New-Wave Landmark


    A return to form after the departure that was 1980s muddled Panorama, the Cars Shake It Up bursts forth with a rich assembly of synthesizers, drum machines, electronic blips, and catchy melodies that make it an early 80s pop staple. Known the world over, the famous title track proves the bands arrangement skills were in perfect shape and set the stage for a record overflowing with memorable hooks and complementary rock riffs.


    Shake It Up also plays witness to primary songwriter/vocalist Ric Ocaseks increased cynicism and biting wit. While the Cars never took a rosy-eyed view of romance, the songs here impart a newfound sense of sympathy, regret, limbo, and reservation. The beauty of the Carsand all ten tunes hereis that the music suggests something else entirely. Such subliminal emotions and dynamic contrasts act as a magnet, and the band plays as if its in on the secret.


    They've always cultivated a dark side--girls make boys want to end it all even after the boys have grown up. They've always basked in the shadow of Roxy Music, too. But they've never been so stylishly nightmarish--except for the title cut, even the fast ones don't aim for fun. Robert Christgau, The Consumer Guide


    Apart from the party vibe of the title cut, the Cars aim for deeper targets and smarter undertones. Shake It Up is defined by an urban edginess and modern feel that comes alive on tunes such as Cruiser and circular Im Not the One, a pop gem laded with stacked vocals and keyboard lines that double as a horn section. The bands arrangements have never been betteror more involved. Absent the cheesiness that would mar the groups late-period work, the songs ride on the strength of keyboard-heavy lines and layered harmonies. You will not be disappointed.


    Half-speed mastered from the original analog tapes, Mobile Fidelitys numbered limited-edition LP focuses on the myriad pitch changes that control the musical directions. Recorded at the bands Synchro Sound studios by famed Queen producer Roy Thomas Baker, the album takes advantage of electronic textures and varying timbres in immersing the listener in accessible albeit abstract washes of sound. MoFis engineers made sure to capture every note and nuance; this marks the first time that Shake It Up has been remastered in any way, let alone from the original tapes.


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    1. Since You're Gone
    2. Shake It Up
    3. I'm Not the One
    4. Victim of Love
    5. Cruiser
    6. A Dream Away
    7. This Could Be Love
    8. Think it Over
    9. Maybe Baby
    The Cars
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
  • Elephant (Awaiting Repress) Elephant (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Elephant (Awaiting Repress)

    Ranked 390/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    180 Gram Double LP.


    Famously produced without the use of computers The White Stripes' true breakout masterpiece puts a new spin on vintage. Chances are good we don't have to tell you, but Elephant was miraculously made in just two weeks at a London studio outfitted with an eight-track tape machine and recording gear that predates the Beatles. While a loose concept album in theme, there's no missing the back to basics sound in its physical creation that makes it perfect for the raw fullness of vinyl.


    Elephant won the 2004 Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album. In addition to the smash hit Seven Nation Army, which won for Best Rock Song, the group's fourth release and first for a major label is highlighted by the punked-out blues riffs of Black Math, the high-pitched Queen-like squall of There's No Home For You Her, and the spirited interpretation of Burt Bacharach's I Just Don't Know What to Do With Myself.

    LP 1
    1. Seven Nation Army
    2. Black Math
    3. There's No Home For You Here
    4. I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself
    5. In The Cold, Cold Night
    6. I Want To Be The Boy To Warm Your Mother's Heart
    7. You've Got Her In Your Pocket


    LP 2
    1. Ball And Biscuit
    2. The Hardest Button To Button
    3. Little Acorns
    4. Hypnotize
    5. The Air Near My Fingers
    6. Girl, You Have No Faith In Medicine
    7. It's True That We Love One Another

    The White Stripes
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
  • The Soulful Moods Of Gene Ammons The Soulful Moods Of Gene Ammons Quick View

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    The Soulful Moods Of Gene Ammons

    Part of the ultimate audiophile Prestige stereo reissues from Analogue Productions - 25 of the most collectible, rarest, most audiophile-sounding Rudy Van Gelder recordings ever made. All cut at 33 1/3.


    All mastered from the original analog master tapes by mastering maestro Kevin Gray. 200-gram LPs pressed at Acoustic Sounds' state-of-the-art pressing plant, Quality Record Pressings, plated by Gary Salstrom


    Deep groove label pressings, tip-on jackets on thick cardboard stock


    "One of the best efforts from Ammons' extensive catalog. A fat, warm, rich sax tone - you know, the one you immediately identify as Jug - is on display in all its glory on this great Moodsville release. Feeling tired and stressed out? Give Uncle Gene a spin. Besides perfect pitch, Ammons' other special gift was a melodic sense that allowed him to effectively convey feelings at slow tempos. Here is a great jazz ballad player given full scope to spin his charms. - Stereophile, February 1995


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    1. Two Different Worlds
    2. But Beautiful
    3. Skylark
    4. Three Little Words
    5. The Street Of Dreams
    6. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To
    7. Under A Blanket Of Blue
    8. Three Little Words
    9. I'm Glad There Is You
    Gene Ammons
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    200 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Womanchild Womanchild Quick View

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    Womanchild

    When CÉcile McLorin Salvant arrived at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC to compete in the finals of the 2010 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition, she was not only the youngest finalist, but also a mystery woman with the most unusual background of any of the participants. When she walked away with first place in the jazz world's most prestigious contest, the buzz began almost immediately. If anything, it has intensified in the months leading up to the launch of her Mack Avenue Records debut, WomanChild.


    "She has poise, elegance, soul, humor, sensuality, power, virtuosity, range, insight, intelligence, depth and grace," Wynton Marsalis asserts. "I've never heard a singer of her generation who has such a command of styles," remarks pianist Aaron Diehl. "She radiates authority," critic Ben Ratliff wrote in The New York Times in response to one of her post-competition performances, and a few weeks later his colleague Stephen Holden announced that "Ms. McLorin Salvant has it all.... If anyone can extend the lineage of the Big Three-Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughan and Ella Fitzgerald-it is this 23-year-old virtuoso."


    Yet at almost every step of the way, McLorin Salvant has followed a different path from her peers. Born in Miami to a French mother and Haitian father, McLorin Salvant's first language was French. She immersed herself in the classical music tradition, long before she turned to jazz-starting on piano at age five and joining the Miami Choral Society at age eight. When it came time for college, McLorin Salvant bypassed all the US conservatories and jazz schools, heading instead to Aix-en-Provence in France, where she continued to develop as a singer, but with an emphasis on classical and baroque vocal music as well as jazz.
    There, thousands of miles away from jazz's land of origin, McLorin Salvant entered into a fruitful partnership with reed player and teacher Jean-François Bonnel, first as a student and soon as a performer. Before returning to the US, she gave concerts in Paris, recorded with Bonnel's quintet, and immersed herself in the early jazz and blues vocal tradition. By the time she returned to her home country to take the stage in the Monk Competition, she had drawn on this unusual set of formative experiences in shaping a personal style of jazz singing, surprising and dramatic by turns, and very much in contrast to that of the other participants and McLorin Salvant's contemporaries.


    In the aftermath of McLorin Salvant's triumph at the Monk Competition, the jazz world eagerly awaited the winner's first US recording. Answering that call with WomanChild, McLorin Salvant draws on songs spanning three centuries of American music. "I like to choose songs that are a little unknown or have been recorded very few times," McLorin Salvant notes. "While these songs aren't recognized as standards, many should be because they are so beautifully crafted."


    On the album, her repertoire ranges from the 19th century ballad "John Henry," refreshed in a spirited up-to- date arrangement, to McLorin Salvant's own 21st century waltz "Le Front CachÉ Sur Tes Genoux" which draws on a poem by Haitian writer Ida Salomon Faubert for its lyric. She is joined by a world class band who share her concern for creating jazz of today by drawing on vibrant traditions of the past: pianist Aaron Diehl and bassist Rodney Whitaker (both of whom are Mack Avenue label mates), guitarist James Chirillo and master drummer Herlin Riley.


    The old and new rub shoulders throughout this album, but this singer's attitude is neither beholden to the past nor trying to anticipate the trends of the future. Her captivating singing is immersed in the immediacy of the present moment. So much so, that those who have seen McLorin Salvant in concert marvel at how she radiates the confidence and poise of a mature artist even though she is just at the dawn of her own career.


    McLorin Salvant may have the deepest roots of any singer of her generation. She knows the sounds and styles of modern jazz but also possesses complete command of the classic blues and early American vocal tradition. She has studied the entire recorded legacy of the great Bessie Smith (1894-1937), often called the Empress of the Blues, and also has deep familiarity with Valaida Snow, Bert Williams and other early masters of American music. For her, these musicians are exponents of living traditions that she has drawn into the orbit of her own work.


    However, McLorin Salvant can't be pinned down as a jazz traditionalist. Alongside fellow Monk Competition winner Jacky Terrasson, she has recorded works by John Lennon/Yoko Ono and Erik Satie, and can sing in French, Spanish or English as the mood and situation warrant. Knowledgeable jazz fans will identify the influence and inspiration from some of the most distinctive modern jazz stylists, such as Betty Carter, Carmen McRae and Abbey Lincoln. She is also currently continuing her studies of the classical and baroque tradition. In short, McLorin Salvant is a seeker and a creative spirit who is determined to push ahead, even while she shows an extraordinary command of the tradition that has preceded her.


    In his article in The New York Times, critic Stephen Holden listed some of the virtues of McLorin Salvant's singing: "perfect pitch and enunciation, a playful sense of humor, a rich and varied tonal palette, a supple sense of swing, exquisite taste in songs and phrasing, and a deep connection to lyrics." Her musical skills are considerable, but they are matched by an interpretive ability that is almost more akin to an actor's than a singer's. She draws out the story hidden inside the song, and can draw on the elements of her own personality and a full gamut of emotional stances-from the darkly troubling to the richly comic-in bringing lyrics to life.


    "I want to get as close to the center of the song as I can," McLorin Salvant explains. "When I find something beautiful and touching I try to get close to it, and share that with the audience."


    On WomanChild, McLorin Salvant gives music lovers the chance to hear why the illustrious judges at the Monk Competition gave her top honors. McLorin Salvant is still a bit of a mystery, but she will hardly be a secret any longer.

    1. St. Louis Gal
    2. I Didn't Know What Time It Was
    3. Nobody
    4. WomanChild
    5. Prelude/There's A Lull In My Life
    6. You Bring Out The Savage In Me
    7. Baby Have Pity On Me
    8. John Henry
    9. Jitterbug Waltz
    10. What A Little Moonlight Can Do
    11. Deep Dark Blue
    Cecile McLorin Salvant
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  • Filles De Kilimanjaro Filles De Kilimanjaro Quick View

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    Filles De Kilimanjaro

    Numbered, Limited Edition


    Davis' Self-Proclaimed "Directions in Music" March Begins Here


    Mastered from the Original Master Tapes: Abundant Jazz, Funk, and Rock Textures Rotate Around a Luscious Tonal Center


    Landmark 1968 Effort Recognized as Davis' Prelude Into Full-On Fusion: Exotic Suite-Like Album Beautiful, Intense, Adventurous


    Miles Davis' move into full-on fusion starts here. Abandoning his bebop roots and chasing electric dreams, rock-based rhythms, and ostinato pulses, the icon gives life to new music forms on Filles de Kilimanjaro, a titanic release prized for its historical significance and lasting beauty. Grounded and focused, the five compositions unfold like a unified suite. Such peak lyricism, flourishes, and phrases are experienced in the highest-possible fidelity on Mobile Fidelity's 45RPM 2LP set.


    Mastered from the original master tapes and pressed on 180g vinyl at RTI, this collectable audiophile version of Filles de Kilimanjaro joins the ranks of eleven other essential Davis sets given supreme sonic and packaging treatment by Mobile Fidelity. Loaded with revealing signatures, the record takes on even greater import when heard the way Davis and his mates discerned it in the studio. Backgrounds are squid-ink black, pianissimo lines shimmer, and the electric piano emerges with tube-amp warmth.


    Indeed, the exotic sound, touch, and feel of the songs on Filles de Kilimanjaro are as crucial as the melodies. To that extent, listeners can now enjoy the expressive tonalities and lush colors from each instrument in full-range glory. Voicings, harmonics, and pitches are rendered with exquisite detail. The manners in which the textures and phrases rotate what seems like a unified tonal center places you at the original recording sessions, executed in July and September 1968.


    The final appearance of Davis' classic second quintet bears fruit on three of the record's cuts, including the title track and R&B-tinted "Frelon Brun." Sparked with restrained funk, driving grooves, and bluesy accents, Filles de Kilimanjaro maintains an instinctive flow and controlled fredom that permit Davis to oversee an innovative blending of alterations, improvisation, and cycles. Comprised of multiple sections, "Petits Machins" is a lesson in perfectly played melodic complexity, with chromatic riffs, dominant chords, syncopated progressions, and switching meters forming a singular mosaic.


    Filles de Kilimanjaro also represents a jumping-off point for Davis' lineup. For the September sessions, Chick Corea replaced Herbie Hancock while Dave Holland relieved Ron Carter. The new additions speak a different albeit common language, fitting in with Davis' desire to draw from rock and weave funk into open-minded excursions filled with exoticism, soulfulness, and wonder.


    More than 40 years ago, this record epitomized the future of jazz. Davis even announced such aspirations with the tagline "Directions in Music." With the jazz world still trying to wrap its collective mind around its genius, it still does.


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    1. Frelon Brun
    2. Tout de Suite
    3. Petits Machins
    4. Filles de Kilimanjaro
    5. Mademoiselle Mary
    Miles Davis
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP 45RPM - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Distraction Distraction Quick View

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    Distraction

    "The newest hardest-working band in New York might just be one of the best"

    - NME


    ...a pitch-perfect pairing of post-punk and indie rock.

    Spin Magazine


    Spectacular.

    Billboard


    Brooklyn-based four piece Bear Hands announce the release of their anticipated sophomore album
    Distraction on Cantora Records. "Giants," the simultaneously whiplash-inducing and silkily-grooving debut single off Distraction,was released at the tail end of last year and quickly embraced at radio across the country with spins from tastemakers such as SiriusXM's AltNation, KKDO, KRBZ, KROX, WWCD, WBRU, WBUZ, WXXJ and WHFS. "Giants" is available now digitally in the US and Canada on iTunes and Amazon, and can be posted via their official lyric video HERE, as well as on SoundCloud HERE.


    This winter, Bear Hands will join forces with fellow Brooklynites Miniature Tigers for a co-headlining tour, with support from Total Slacker. The jaunt begins on February 27th at Rough Trade in Brooklyn and wraps up on March 20th at the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor. Additionally, the band will play South By Southwest in Austin in support of Distraction, with specific showcases to be announced soon. Full tour dates are below.


    With Distraction, Bear Hands have shrugged off the notion of second album jitters to create an expansive sound that grew over three long years and thousands of miles on the road. Produced by guitarist Ted Feldman and mixed by James Brown (Nine Inch Nails, Arctic Monkeys, Foo Fighters), Distraction is a violently self-assured record which sees the quartet of Dylan Rau, TJ Orscher, Val Loper and Feldman distilling their anxieties and pleasures alike into perfectly twisted pop nuggets.
    After releasing their debut LP Burning Bush Supper Club, Bear Hands criss-crossed America opening for the legendary GZA, Passion Pit, and AWOLNATION only to return home to Brooklyn and be distracted by the minutia of modern life and shallow urbanity. While avoiding each other for months, the band frittered away its time with help from the internet, serial monogamy, and recreational drugs.


    Fortunately, this distance allowed the band to approach Distraction with a revolutionary new perspective. Their minds expanding and hearts imploding, Bear Hands set about matching new songs to familiar soundscapes. From the propulsive, infectious rhythms of "Giants" and the angular, warped melodies of "Bone Digger" to the widescreen sweep of "Thought Wrong," Distraction demands your attention - calling out for love from behind a mask of ones and zeroes, cardboard and vinyl.

    - RJ Frometa (Vents Magazine)

    1. Moment of Silence
    2. Giants
    3. Agora
    4. Bone Digger
    5. Vile Iowa
    6. Bad Friend
    7. The Bug
    8. Peacekeeper
    9. Sleeping On The Floor
    10. Party Hats
    11. Thought Wrong
    Bear Hands
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  • Folila Folila Quick View

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    Folila

    Import


    Amadou & Mariam have long cultivated a spirit of openness that they often put into practice with musicians from all backgrounds and styles. Their journeys have allowed the couple to forge lasting friendships. M. and Vincent Segal were their guests, Keziah Jones and K'naan also interacted, the Lebanese trumpeter Ibrahim Maalouf and British guitarist Johnny Marr were invited to jam while Manu Chao and Damon Albarn produced them with skill. No doubt, the Malian couple's history is written in the plural suggestive of their affinities.


    Their land, Mali, is currently one of the most attractive centers of globalized music. The couple still draws from their region's inspiration, a living spring they draw from beyond their region. Such is the strength of Folila, reflecting a growing openness to the world of music. The idea was to produce two albums: a crossover in New York, centered around meetings, and the other more roots in Bamako, with guests mainly African, says Marc-Antoine Moreau, their loyal manager and artistic director, with sound engineer Antoine Halet.


    Stage one was recorded in three weeks at the Cooper Square Hotel, which accommodated multiple guests, including Santigold, who puts her voice on Dougou Badia. Tunde and Kyp, the two poets of the combo TV On The Radio, slide naturally on Wally Katasso, a ballad mixed by Keni Takamoto, the sound engineer for Danger Mouse. As for Theophilus London, the young poet prints a subtle flow of soul-jazz onto Nebe Meri, perfectly fitting with Amadou's blues accents.


    Other esthete of great black music, Amp Fiddler brings some Detroit soul on Wari, before lending his keyboard lines onto Africa My Africa, boosted by Antibalas' section, the Afro-funk combo from Brooklyn, whose brass gleam here and there. As for Jake Shears, the soul of Scissor Sisters and a fan of the couple since a tour together in England, he served his high-pitched voice on the haunting disco blues of Metemya. Last but not least, Ebony Bones puts fire on C'est Pas Facile, a track that flirts with Congolese rumba and electro sounds.


    During stage two of the process, it was back to Bamako, for another three-week session, this time in the studios of Manjul, a prominent rastaman installed in Mali. He has a clear idea: to use the same basic track, the same tempo, the same tones, but putting it into perspective with long-time friends, like the percussionist Boubacar DembelÉ and Yaho the totemic bassist, and guests.


    Judge for yourself: Bassekou KouyatÉ and his ngoni, Idrissa Soumaoro on kamele ngoni, Toumani DiabatÉ on kora, Zu Tereta on monochord fiddle, Tuareg guitarist Abdallah Oumbadougou: all the best subtle strings of the universe are on this record. This album sounds at once organic and electronic, both roots and rock, both retro and futuristic, and totally unlike anything else.

    1. Dougou Badia (feat. Santigold)
    2. Wily Kataso (feat. Tunde & Kyp of TV On The Radio)
    3. Oh Amadou (feat. Bertrand Cantat)
    4. Metemya (feat. Jake Shears of Scissor Sisters)
    5. Africa Mon Afrique (feat. Bertrand Cantat)
    6. C'est Pas Facile Pour Les Aigles (feat. Ebony Bones)
    7. Wari (feat. Amp Fiddler)
    8. Nebe Miri (feat. Theophilus London)
    9. Another Way (feat. Bertrand Cantat)
    10. Bagnale (feat. Abdallah Oumbadougou)
    11. Mogo (feat. Bertrand Cantat)
    12. Sans Toi
    13. ChÉrie
    Amadou & Mariam
    $32.99
    Vinyl LP w/ CD - Sealed Buy Now
  • JBL Studio 270 Speakers JBL Studio 270 Speakers Quick View

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    JBL Studio 270 Speakers


    Have a question about this product? Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 with any questions or concerns regarding your equipment purchase.


    Includes 2 Speakers


    Unrivaled Sound. Unrivaled Technology. Pure JBL.


    Floorstanding loudspeaker. Groundbreaking sound. As part of the groundbreaking 10-piece JBL Studio 2 loudspeaker series, the Studio 270 vaults you into a world where legacy sound-craft and visionary technology go hand-in-hand in shaping a listening experience like none before. The Studio 270's 4" and 6.5" PolyPlas drivers are designed to bring you pitch-perfect vocal clarity and tight bass that's as accurate as it is cinematic. Add to these a built-in High Definition Imaging (HDI) waveguide design and a 1" CMMD Lite high-frequency driver, and you've got a loudspeaker that takes its cues from JBL's own legendary M2 Master Reference Monitor. Combine all this with the sleek, urbane design of the loudspeaker itself - both inside and out - and you're dealing with a rare breed of sonic horsepower and brainpower ready to define its era.


    JBL Speakers
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    JBL Studio 270 3-Way 6.5 Floorstanding Loudspeaker Buy Now
  • I Believe I Believe Quick View

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    I Believe

    Translucent Orange Colored Vinyl

    Limited Edition - 1000 Copies

    The third album, I Believe, was released in 2001, after which Haden took an extended break from the band, recording a solo album for Dreamworks Records (later released on his own Diamond Soul Recordings).


    "Strip most music of its fashionable, genre-specific accoutrements and there's precious little left. Except country, perhaps. It's with this in mind that Los Angelenos Spain go about their lovelorn business. There are no frills, no zeitgeist nods here, just the simplicity of the strum, the slide and the hushed confessions of Josh Haden - son of jazz bassist Charlie and disciple of the songwriter's old skool.


    "Three albums in, 'I Believe' is a substantial offering awash with humble entreaties and doe-eyed, lounge affectations. Sure, the moniker may flirt outrageously with Monsieur Schmaltz, but there really are some sweet, sweet sounds lurking beneath the initially perceived pretence. The slow-mo beauty of 'Mary' showcases Haden's almost electronic, pitch-perfect coo (and with all genre gimmicks gone, the voice has to be exact), while the self-explanatory, nu-prairie hum of 'You Were Meant For Me' betrays a romantic absolutism that Nick Cave would be proud of.

    1. She Haunts My Dreams
    2. Born To Love Her
    3. You Were Meant For Me
    4. Do You See The Light
    5. Mary
    6. Make Your Body Move
    7. I Believe
    8. Oh That Feeling
    9. If We Kissed
    10. Long Time Ago
    Spain
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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