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“On April 29, William Tyler, a Nashville guitarist (Lambchop, Silver Jews) and composer, will release Lost Colony, the follow-up EP to his critically acclaimed 2013 release Impossible Truth. The limited-edition 12-inch features the new song “Whole New Dude,” a full-band reworking of “We Can’t Go Home Again” from Impossible Truth, and “Karussell,” a cover of a Michael Rother (Neu!) song.”
“The 12-inch was recorded and mixed by Joe Pisapia at Middletree Studios in Nashville in late 2013. The full band for this recording is William Tyler on guitar and keyboard; Reece Lazarus (bass guitar); Jamin Orrall (drums, percussion); and Luke Schneider (pedal steel guitar). In addition, the album’s front and back cover photography is the work of Tyler’s younger sister Elise.” –MERGE
「Whole New Dude」というタイトルは、ツアー中にM. C. テイラー（Hiss Golden Messenger）とジュリアン・ジェインズの『The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind：神々の沈黙-意識の誕生と文明の興亡』（1976著作、デヴィッド・ボウイが挙げるお気に入り100册のブックリストにも…）について話していた時に、ふと口をついて出てきたのだとか …。
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“I was on tour with Wooden Wand and we were opening a West Coast tour for Swans. I had three books — Cadillac Desert, Ecology of Fear, and Hotel California — that I was juggling. They all had these themes of un-sustainability and illusion.” –William Tyler (via SPIN)
Stream the whole album now at Spin.com.
From the album Impossible Truth, out March 19, 2013 in North America and April 29, 2013 in the UK and Europe on Merge Records.
Wayne White is an American artist, art director, illustrator, puppeteer, and much, much more. Born and raised in Chattanooga, Wayne has used his memories of the South to create inspired works for film, television, and the fine art world. After graduating from Middle Tennessee State University, Wayne traveled to New York City where he worked as an illustrator for the East Village Eye, New York Times, Raw Magazine, and the Village Voice. In 1986, Wayne became a designer for the hit television show Pee-wee’s Playhouse, and his work was awarded with three Emmys. After traveling to Los Angeles with his wife, Mimi Pond, Wayne continued to work in television and designed sets and characters for shows such as Shining Time Station, Beakman’s World, Riders In The Sky, and Bill & Willis. He also worked in the music video industry, winning Billboard and MTV Music Video Awards as an art director for seminal music videos including The Smashing Pumpkins’ ‘Tonight, Tonight’ and Peter Gabriel’s ‘Big Time.’
from mr brkly
A Little Banjo
|Lambchop “Nixon” (2000),
a Painting for Wayne’s school friend, Lambchop’s Kurt Wagner.
|Kurt Wagner and Tim Burgess at The Beech House
(via Beech House Recording)
Listen another new song (rough mix) from the forthcoming second solo album “Oh No, I Love You” by Tim Burgess (The Charlatans), it was recorded with R. Stevie Moore.
“One of the tracks we had recorded was not running as smoothly as the others – a song called The Doors of Then. We’d tried it with a full band, stripped back and every which way. Apart from recording the album, the only other thing I’d wanted to do was meet up with R. Stevie Moore. I’d first heard his songs around five years ago and had spent most of the intervening time trying to listen to as many of the 400 albums that he’d made as possible. Me met over a takeout pizza and we got on like a trailer park on fire. I told him about The Doors of Then and the next day we recorded it with R. Stevie playing everything except the drums. It sounded exactly as I’d wanted it to.”
via Huffington Post Entertainment Blog interview with Tim Burgess
Tim Burgess – The Doors Of Then (early rough mix)
R. Stevie Moore – guitars & bass / Chris Scruggs – drums
/ Tony Crow – keyboards
Recorded at Beech House, Nashville Oct 2011 by Mark Nevers
(via RSM Soundcloud)
|R Stevie Moore / The Vaccines
split 7″ (OGEN 016)
O Genesis Recordings, the label founded by The Charlatans‘ frontman Tim Burgess, has released three new 7” singles on Record Store Day, April 21st. It includes the debut double AA sided 7” by London 3 piece band Blood Music, and the first track ‘A Case For Vinyl’ from Tim Burgess’ forthcoming solo album – the follow up to 2003′s debut solo “I Believe,” then a split 7″ between R. Stevie Moore (‘Post Breakup Sex’) and The Vaccines (‘Why Should I Love You?’), covering each other’s songs.
‘A Case For Vinyl,’ written by Tim Burgess and Kurt Wagner of Lambchop, was recorded/produced last year in Nashville by Mark Nevers, with Kurt Wagner, Chris Scruggs on bass (a grandson of the legendary Earl Scruggs), Tony Crow (Lambchop) on piano. The flipside features a remix by Sam Willis from Walls. The full-length, Burgess in Nashville, album “Oh No I Love You” will be out in September.
Lambchop – Gone Tomorrow, from “Mr. M”
Oupa, a solo project by Daniel Blumberg of Yuck, has covered a song ‘Backwords’ from Mauro Remiddi aka Porcelain Raft’s recently released debut album “Strange Week” (Secretly Canadian). It was performed for the live session, Oupa on guitar and vocal / Tony Crow (Lambchop, ex-Silver Jews) on piano, recorded by Mark Nevers (Lambchop) at Beech House Studio in Nashville, Tennessee. It will be released as a hand stamped limited edition run of 300 7 inch vinyl on March 12th.
taken from Porcelain Raft’s debut record “Strange Weekend” for Secretly Canadian, now available.