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  • Performer: Tennis
  • Title: Young And Old
  • Size FLAC ver: 1338 mb
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 2012
  • Style: Indie Rock
  • Other formats: WMA VOC MIDI MPC AAC MIDI MP1
  • Genre: Rock
  • Rating: 4.8 of 5
Tennis  - Young And Old album flac


01 It All Feels The Same 3:23
02 Origins 3:28
03 My Better Self 3:45
04 Traveling 3:02
05 Petition 3:12
06 Robin 3:04
07 High Road 3:03
08 Dreaming 3:15
09 Take Me To Heaven 3:25
10 Never To Part 3:27

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – ATP Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – ATP Recordings


Comes in a standard Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 66017 24662 8

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FP1265 Tennis Young And Old ‎(CD, Album) Fat Possum Records FP1265 US 2012
FP1265-1 Tennis Young & Old ‎(LP, Album) Fat Possum Records FP1265-1 US 2012
YRCG-90070 Tennis Young And Old ‎(CD, Album) Fat Possum Records YRCG-90070 Japan 2012
ATPRLP44 Tennis Young & Old ‎(LP, Album) ATP Recordings ATPRLP44 UK 2012
FP1265-2 Tennis Young & Old ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Fat Possum Records FP1265-2 US 2012

On the sophomore effort of the indie pop band Tennis, the production and singing is noticeably better. If you dig your pop simple, then it's worth a listen. What do you think of this album? Love it? Hate it?

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What we get is a rather good second album that contains some of the brightest and jolliest music you’ll have heard since the last time the world slid into the abyss.

Большой теннис в Москве. Начинающие, любители и профи. Заслуженный тренер РФ. Звоните! · Детские группы · Индивидуальные занятия · Взрослые группы · Рядом с вами

The title of Tennis' second album could almost as easily describe the first. The music on last year's Cape Dory bobbed sweetly between Brill Building tunefulness and classic indie pop production values, and the basic lyrical themes were at least as old as jazz standard "A Sailboat in the Moonlight", hold the moonlight. But the sailing trip that inspired the Colorado-based band's debut also fulfilled something newer: the internet's need for easily digestible narrative. Another story would seem to apply to Young and Old, and it's the one about the "difficult" sophomore record. Musically, Tennis have broadened their horizons just the right amount, adding rock'n'roll muscle and a more purely pop clarity under the oversight of the Black Keys' drummer Patrick Carney, who produced.

Tennis – Young and Old. by Adam Kivel. on February 13, 2012, 8:00am. Produced by Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney, Young & Old pulls off the equally difficult, opposite feat of its predecessor: While their first album felt varied despite being based in a single summer (the songs were all written on the couple’s seven-month sailing journey), this album feels united, flowing, even though Carney’s production flourishes carve out unique worlds for each song.

Tennis : Young and Old. Label: Fat Possum. The case is somewhat otherwise on the follow-up, Young and Old, the somewhat flimsy songs with a flair of another’s personality illuminating then giving way to sentiments that transfer more easily, to their detriment, over to the imagination of the listener

Album Name Young & Old. Type Album. Released date 14 February 2012. Labels Fat Possum Records ATP Recordings. Members owning this album0. 1. It All Feels the Same.

The album opens with It All Feels The Same, which starts out with a surf-pop guitar hook but quickly dispels the idea that the band might still be out at sea. In fact, Tennis now even sounds a bit like a hapless couple attempting to rekindle the fire of yesteryear: When I say your name I look for a change/But everywhere I go it all feels the same. Even right from the get-go, frontwoman Alaina Moore expresses these landlocked emotions-but Young & Old isn’t just looking into the past with mixed emotions. On the first single off the album, Origins, Moore even looks into the future and questions whether or not the couple’s relational difficulties will affect their future children: Will you make my children bear/The consequences everywhere?

Summary: The second album for the husband-and-wife duo was produced by The Black Keys' Patrick Carney. Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock. See the rest of the song lyrics. See Full Track List .

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