It’s a record that really connects with some deeper appreciation of what is, ostensibly and logistically, rock music: drums and bass, keys and guitar, vocals and spit. Bypass the head, shoot for the heart, because that’s where these eight songs are birthed, more so than any comparable precursors.Television and Talking Heads are names that’ll spring to the minds of the so inclined, but to others there will be detectable traces of acts like Owls and Q And Not U, outfits whose intelligent designs looked to take indie-rock across new creative frontiers.
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A Letter Home is the thirty-fifth studio album by Canadian musician Neil Young. It was released on April 19, 2014 on Record Store Day by Third Man Records. The entire album, which consists of covers of classic songs by Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson and others, was recorded in a refurbished 1947 Voice-o-Graph vinyl recording booth at Jack White’s Third Man store in Nashville, Tennessee.
Someday World, the collaborative album from ambient genius Brian Eno and Underworld member Karl Hyde.The nine-track LP was produced by Eno and 22-year-old producer Fred Gibson, and features an eclectic cast of musicians, including Coldplay’s Will Champion and his wife Marianne, Roxy Music’s Andy Mackay, Sinead O’Connor producer John Reynolds, Eno’s daughter Darla Eno, Tessa Angus, and Nell Catchpole, among others.