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At least an MP3 download is better than the streaming version of an album. Yup, reduced bandwith, compressed streaming audio. Grainy, nasty sound and usually worse than MP3s. I was asked to be the spokesperson for interviews with press after working on Elliott Smith's New Moon CD last year. The only way writers could hear the CD was by streaming the double album. Needless to say, most people couldn't remember what they'd heard, or which song was which. Oh well. At least it didn't leak before the release date.
How about the "partial songs". What's that? Where you get to hear only half the song before it cuts off rudely. The new Stereolab CD, Chemical Chords, was sent to us as a download with all the tracks cut in half like this. You can imagine, you're getting into the shimmery drone goodness and then, "WHAM", the song stops. I deleted it immediately. I'll be happy to go buy a proper version later.
So there it is. Why the "CD Reviews" column gets smaller every issue, why record labels are stupid and why publicists have a thankless job. We put all our hard work into making the best records we can, and the end result is compromised to this degree. Great. I'm gonna pull out an old vinyl copy of Coltrane's A Love Supreme and enjoy some uncompromised music now.
Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Sines of the Seventh Temple, Vernal Equinox Sleeping Bag Concert, some years are quite ragged but would bear the mark of it (special EP), Blue Shed Vol. 1, SANDSCAPE II live at Manafest12, A Pairing; Two-Part Drone Canon, Radio Badlands, Etudes Unabridged, and 29 more. , and , . Purchasable with gift card Buy Digital Discography $61.95 USD or more (65% OFF) Send as Gift Share / Embed 1. Introduction 01:17 buy track 2. First Verse 05:48 buy track 3. First Chorus 03:01 buy track 4. Interlude 03:22 buy track 5. Second Verse 05:50 buy track 6. Bridge 05:33 buy track 7. Second Chorus 03:21 buy track 8. Third Verse Third Chorus 09:13 buy track about The spirituality of the warped record hit me hard. For a while I had been conceptualizing a record that would investigate the juxtaposition of the writer, Jorge Louis Borges, and what my father calls, black snow. For most it is black ice, but for me and all of my father's warnings, it has always been Black Snow. I love Borges from his writing. He creates little pockets where my own imagination can hit full stride and sprint for days, or just lay down and take a break or cook some food again for the first time. Why do I want to put him on black snow? I'm not able to pull up the initial origin of that image, but there is something fantastical about him and there is something equally fantastical and absurd about black snow, a thing that is real, yet does not exist for the rest of humanity. I feel safe knowing that Borges and any large cat on the black snow would have it out with style, and all of the gospel and all of the bent time can come and rescue him riding on the backs of the choirs, down from their lofts.*special noteAs I worked on this record I found, what I am certain, to be a hidden message in the warp. I sampled it and used it to create the Bridge. That bridge is haunted, I am sure of it, but for traversing the bridge, one can cleanse it of its demons. Beware the bridge, but do not fear it, walk it. $(".tralbum-about").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get("tralbum_about"), "more", "less"); credits released July 4, 2013 Instrumentation:turntablesChamberlinChamberlin Rhythmatehand clappin'mouth kazoomixing bowls $(".tralbum-credits").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get("tralbum_long"), "more", "less"); license all rights reserved tags Tags analog synths experimental gospel jorge luis borges conceptual improvised organ sound art Kansas City Shopping cart total USD Check out about Shawn Edward Hansen Kansas City, Missouri 041b061a72