Yo La Tengo - Popular Songs album flac
|A1||Here To Fall||5:44|
|A2||Avalon Or Someone Very Similar||3:17|
|A4||Nothing To Hide||2:46|
|B1||Periodically Double Or Triple||3:53|
|B2||If It's True||2:39|
|B3||I'm On My Way||4:35|
|B4||When It's Dark||3:54|
|B5||All Your Secrets||4:26|
|C1||More Stars Than There Are In Heaven||9:37|
|D||And The Glitter Is Gone||15:51|
- Mastered At – Sterling Sound
- Mixed At – Blackbird Studio
- Recorded At – Haptown Studio
- Recorded At – IHOF Studio
- Published By – Roshashauna Music
- Published By – Excellent Classical Songs
- Mastered At – Record Technology Incorporated – 18376
- Arranged By [Strings] – Richard Evans
- Artwork – Dario Robleto
- Cello – John Catchings
- Clarinet – Doug Wieselman
- Lacquer Cut By – RJ*
- Mastered By – Greg Calbi
- Mixed By [Assisted By] – Mark Petaccia
- Producer – Roger Moutenot
- Recorded By [Assisted By] – Jim Rock
- Recorded By [String Arrangements] – John Mark Painter
- Viola – Kristin Wilkinson, Monisa Angell
- Violin – David Angell, Pamela Sixfin*
- Written-By – Yo La Tengo
Recorded in Hoboken USA.
Additional recording at Haptown in Nashville.
String arrangements recorded at IHOF in Nashville.
Published by Roshashauna Music/Excellent Classical Songs (BMI)
Pressed on 180 gram vinyl.
Includes coupon for MP3 digital download.
℗ © 2009 Matador Records
17-19 Alma Road London SW18 1AA
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 7 44861 08561 4
- Barcode (String): 744861085614
- Matrix / Runout (A side runout, etched): 18376.1 B 974158-01 A1 OLE-8561A RJ
- Matrix / Runout (B side runout, etched): 18376.2 B 974158-01 B1 OLE-856-1B RJ
- Matrix / Runout (C side runout, etched): 18376.3 B 974158-02 C1 OLE-856-1C RJ
- Matrix / Runout (D side runout, etched): 18376.4 B 974158-02 D1 OLE-856-1D RJ
- Matrix / Runout (All sides runout, stamped): STERLING
- Rights Society: BMI
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|A&CMX008||Yo La Tengo||Popular Songs (CD, Album)||Arts & Crafts México, Matador||A&CMX008||Mexico||2009|
|OLE 856-2J||Yo La Tengo||Popular Songs (CD, Album)||Matador||OLE 856-2J||Japan||2009|
|OLE 856-2V||Yo La Tengo||Popular Songs (CD, Album, Promo)||Matador||OLE 856-2V||US||2009|
Popular Songs is the twelfth full-length album by American indie rock band Yo La Tengo, released digitally, on CD, and double LP on September 8, 2009 by record label Matador. The band contacted conceptual artist Dario Robleto. He contributed three pieces for the album design: At War With the Entropy of Nature, Ghost Don't Always Want to Come Back (2002) (cover). Sometimes Billie Is All That Holds Me Together (1998-1999) (back cover).
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outer limits of its music in the studio, Popular Songs features nine tunes you can hum along with and sometimes even dance to. Those who got high marks in math will notice that Popular Songs has 12 selections, and as befits a band that covered George McCrae's "You Can Have It All," on the second half of this set YLT take the opportunity to stretch out and invite the spirit for a while - the total time of the first nine tracks on Popular. Songs is roughly the same as the last three, which should tell you something about the album's dual nature.
Alyda Album: President Yo La Tengo (1989) Is this where Yo La Tengo realized how beautiful Georgia Hubley’s voice can be? This early song is a catchy folk tune with pop hooks (think brushed drums and an acoustic guitar playing an ascending three-note major chord riff) and Dylan-esque vocals from Kaplan. 33. I’ll Be Around Album: Fade (2013) You know those songs that sound so sad that they pretty much always make you sad, but are so beautiful and moving that you still can’t stop listening to them? Here’s one of them. It sounds a bit like the somber, ghostly folk music of Jackson C. Frank, but with some muted organ drones and high bass notes keeping it aloft.
List of the best Yo La Tengo songs, ranked by fans like you. Since forming in 1984, this trio has remained one of indie music's most reliably lovable bands. They are masters of both sweet pop simplicity and lengthy guitar drones. This list includes all of Yo La Tengo's best known tracks, from. List of the best Yo La Tengo songs, ranked by fans like you. This list includes all of Yo La Tengo's best known tracks, from "Autumn Sweater" to "You Can Have It All," but real fans know there are tons of other great deep cuts worth voting on.
Yo La Tengo new songs, albums, biography, chart history, photos, videos, news, and more on Billboard, the go-to source for what's hot in music. Billboard 200. Ranked by performance on chart. 1 of 7. Popular Songs. 2 of 7. I Am Not Afraid Of You And I Will Beat Your Ass. Yo La Tengo. 3 of 7. Stuff Like That There. 4 of 7. Summer Sun.
Album: Popular Songs. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: March 13, 2018 - Yo La Tengo – There’s A Riot Going On (2018). November 8, 2016 - Yo La Tengo – Murder In The Second Degree (2016). September 30, 2015 - Yo La Tengo – Andalucia Live (2015).
And yet here’s Yo La Tengo as embracing, alienating, and prolific as ever, with another strong new album, Popular Music. Ranging from pastoral, fragile pop songs to 15-minute noise jams with equal skill, it packs many delights for fans both casual and hardcore. Popular Music lives up to its title from the start, as opener Here to Fall immediately evokes Curtis Mayfield with 1970s soul-era orchestration and an understated funk rhythm. The song rolls forth with a bubbling urgency, as Ira Kaplan sings, There’ll be some happy endings/ There’ll be dreams that won’t come true.
Yo La Tengo have hit that stage of band life - 25 years in for husband-and-wife Ira Kaplan and Georgia Hubley, 17 for bassist James McNew - when they can do pretty much anything, however preposterous, and get away with it. They've already released one album this year, a blistering collection of garage covers recorded under the name Condo Fucks; now Popular Songs presents an iPod shuffle of styles and sounds at once idiosyncratic and surprising