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Open Air - Blues Control - Valley Tangents (CD, Album)

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  1. Jun 22,  · The close of Local Flavor certainly didn't presage Valley Tangents, then, Blues Control's fourth album, first for Drag City and first since escaping New York for Lehigh Valley, Penn. Instead, this.
  2. The rest of the album was laid down at Black Dirt (a nexus for many Blues Control recordings to date). As with each of their earlier efforts, Valley Tangents is a full (r)evolution ahead of what came before, at times an unrecognizable new blend of sounds to call Blues Control. Closer listens will bring into focus the continuities that make the.
  3. Yet what really stands out, even after a dozen listens is penultimate track ‘Open Air’. That it’s about as far removed from the slow scuzzy blues of the band’s last proper output (the Kurt Vile-featuring Local Flavor EP on [who else but] Siltbreeze) as humanely possible certainly has something to do with this. The album’s first real sound of tape hiss is accompanied not by a barn-storming riff, but quietly echoing .
  4. Blues Control Valley Tangents, released 19 June 1. Love's A Rondo 2. Iron Pigs 3. Opium Den/Fade To Blue 4. Walking Robin 5. Open Air 6. Gypsum Don't lose control — dig Blues Control!
  5. Jul 03,  · Artist: Blues Control. Album: Valley Tangents. Released: Style: Experimental. Format: MP3 Kbps / FLAC. Size: 76 Mb. Tracklist: 01 – Love’s a Rondo 02 – Iron Pigs 03 – Opium Den Fade to Blue 04 – Walking Robin 05 – Open Air 06 – Gypsum. FLAC ( Mb): BUY Blues Control – Valley Tangents () [ USD PER TRACK.
  6. Lea Cho and Russ Waterhouse follow up last year's Laraaji collaboration for FRKWYS with a characteristically free-roaming and intriguing set of instrumental psyche jams. Charmingly dreamy, loose and lushly spirited, on 'Valley Tangents' they wash guitar, synth and honky tonk piano keys like coloured oils and sand over a tape canvas. Starting at the breezy heights of shuffling drums and.

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