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domingo, 13 de julio de 2014

Programa # 292 (12.07.2014)

Plástico de la semana "Carousel" NEVILLE SKELLY (Skeleton Key Records-2014) y "Temari" COLORAMA (AED-2014)

"Keep Your Head" THE SEE SEE
extraída de "Late Morning Light" (2011)
"So Long Ago" THE CORAL
extraída de "The Invisible Invasion" (2005)
Hot on the heels of cousins James and Ian Skelly's now defunct project The Coral, Neville Skelly releases his new solo album 'Carousel' through The Coral's Skeleton Key records. Recorded in a friend's house, this album offers the listener a plethora of melodic, dreamy and upbeat gems, all with simple production. It's a record apparently influenced by his daughter, a fact which can be detected through subtle hints throughout the album especially in 'Catherine's Song' and 'Before She Was Gone'. With a voice not too dissimilar from Van Morrison and with an air of Nick Drake, it's an album that is well worth a listen.
Opening track 'Carousel' lyrically evokes Bob Dylan's 'Forever Young', and has simple, delicate melodies with that Nick Drake tone being at its most prominent. 'Falling Leaves', although similar in some ways to 'Carousel', treads markedly further along that folk route while 'White Roses' shows a change of tempo and an eerie, somewhat chilling vibe that would not be out of place on one of The Coral's early albums. Another strong Coral influence is heard on 'Silence In The Sand' and, although it's never a bad thing to have that kind of inspiration, the distinctly positive beat is a welcome relief. 'Love You Gave' and 'Walking In The Shadows' give the album a bit of a country makeover as the album progresses with the subtle slide guitar intro and a slight feeling of Wichita Lineman about it.
'Catherine's Songs' and 'Before She Was Gone' are simple yet captivating acoustic songs; not overly produced and with tender lyrics which, as we've mentioned, could only really be about Neville's daughter.
'Carousel' has such a pure sense of simplicity due to the minimal production methods that have gone into it. Thus, it's a perfect showcase of Neville's genuine talent and leaves the listener feeling more than satisfied.

Read more: Neville Skelly - Carousel Album Review http://www.contactmusic.com/album-review/neville-skelly-carousel?track=
Hot on the heels of cousins James and Ian Skelly's now defunct project The Coral, Neville Skelly releases his new solo album 'Carousel' through The Coral's Skeleton Key records. Recorded in a friend's house, this album offers the listener a plethora of melodic, dreamy and upbeat gems, all with simple production. It's a record apparently influenced by his daughter, a fact which can be detected through subtle hints throughout the album especially in 'Catherine's Song' and 'Before She Was Gone'. With a voice not too dissimilar from Van Morrison and with an air of Nick Drake, it's an album that is well worth a listen.
Opening track 'Carousel' lyrically evokes Bob Dylan's 'Forever Young', and has simple, delicate melodies with that Nick Drake tone being at its most prominent. 'Falling Leaves', although similar in some ways to 'Carousel', treads markedly further along that folk route while 'White Roses' shows a change of tempo and an eerie, somewhat chilling vibe that would not be out of place on one of The Coral's early albums. Another strong Coral influence is heard on 'Silence In The Sand' and, although it's never a bad thing to have that kind of inspiration, the distinctly positive beat is a welcome relief. 'Love You Gave' and 'Walking In The Shadows' give the album a bit of a country makeover as the album progresses with the subtle slide guitar intro and a slight feeling of Wichita Lineman about it.
'Catherine's Songs' and 'Before She Was Gone' are simple yet captivating acoustic songs; not overly produced and with tender lyrics which, as we've mentioned, could only really be about Neville's daughter.
'Carousel' has such a pure sense of simplicity due to the minimal production methods that have gone into it. Thus, it's a perfect showcase of Neville's genuine talent and leaves the listener feeling more than satisfied.

Read more: Neville Skelly - Carousel Album Review http://www.contactmusic.com/album-review/neville-skelly-carousel?track=cp
Hot on the heels of cousins James and Ian Skelly's now defunct project The Coral, Neville Skelly releases his new solo album 'Carousel' through The Coral's Skeleton Key records. Recorded in a friend's house, this album offers the listener a plethora of melodic, dreamy and upbeat gems, all with simple production. It's a record apparently influenced by his daughter, a fact which can be detected through subtle hints throughout the album especially in 'Catherine's Song' and 'Before She Was Gone'. With a voice not too dissimilar from Van Morrison and with an air of Nick Drake, it's an album that is well worth a listen.
Opening track 'Carousel' lyrically evokes Bob Dylan's 'Forever Young', and has simple, delicate melodies with that Nick Drake tone being at its most prominent. 'Falling Leaves', although similar in some ways to 'Carousel', treads markedly further along that folk route while 'White Roses' shows a change of tempo and an eerie, somewhat chilling vibe that would not be out of place on one of The Coral's early albums. Another strong Coral influence is heard on 'Silence In The Sand' and, although it's never a bad thing to have that kind of inspiration, the distinctly positive beat is a welcome relief. 'Love You Gave' and 'Walking In The Shadows' give the album a bit of a country makeover as the album progresses with the subtle slide guitar intro and a slight feeling of Wichita Lineman about it.
'Catherine's Songs' and 'Before She Was Gone' are simple yet captivating acoustic songs; not overly produced and with tender lyrics which, as we've mentioned, could only really be about Neville's daughter.
'Carousel' has such a pure sense of simplicity due to the minimal production methods that have gone into it. Thus, it's a perfect showcase of Neville's genuine talent and leaves the listener feeling more than satisfied.

Read more: Neville Skelly - Carousel Album Review http://www.contactmusic.com/album-review/neville-skelly-carousel?track=cp
Hot on the heels of cousins James and Ian Skelly's now defunct project The Coral, Neville Skelly releases his new solo album 'Carousel' through The Coral's Skeleton Key records. Recorded in a friend's house, this album offers the listener a plethora of melodic, dreamy and upbeat gems, all with simple production. It's a record apparently influenced by his daughter, a fact which can be detected through subtle hints throughout the album especially in 'Catherine's Song' and 'Before She Was Gone'. With a voice not too dissimilar from Van Morrison and with an air of Nick Drake, it's an album that is well worth a listen.
Opening track 'Carousel' lyrically evokes Bob Dylan's 'Forever Young', and has simple, delicate melodies with that Nick Drake tone being at its most prominent. 'Falling Leaves', although similar in some ways to 'Carousel', treads markedly further along that folk route while 'White Roses' shows a change of tempo and an eerie, somewhat chilling vibe that would not be out of place on one of The Coral's early albums. Another strong Coral influence is heard on 'Silence In The Sand' and, although it's never a bad thing to have that kind of inspiration, the distinctly positive beat is a welcome relief. 'Love You Gave' and 'Walking In The Shadows' give the album a bit of a country makeover as the album progresses with the subtle slide guitar intro and a slight feeling of Wichita Lineman about it.
'Catherine's Songs' and 'Before She Was Gone' are simple yet captivating acoustic songs; not overly produced and with tender lyrics which, as we've mentioned, could only really be about Neville's daughter.
'Carousel' has such a pure sense of simplicity due to the minimal production methods that have gone into it. Thus, it's a perfect showcase of Neville's genuine talent and leaves the listener feeling more than satisfied.

Read more: Neville Skelly - Carousel Album Review http://www.contactmusic.com/album-review/neville-skelly-carousel?trac"" NEVILLE SKELLY 
"Falling Leaves" NEVILLE SKELLY
"House Of Saints" NEVILLE SKELLY
"Silence In The Sand" NEVILLE SKELLY
"Walking In The Shadows" NEVILLE SKELLY 
todas extraídas de "Carousel" (2014)
"In My Reverie" THE JUNIPERS
extraída de "Paint The Ground" (2012)
"Sheena" THE JUNIPERS
ambas extraídas de "Cut Your key" (2008)
"The Beyond" NEW ELECTRIC RIDE
extraída de "Balloon Age" (2014)
"Don't Be Mean" COLORAMA
"Too Much Data" COLORAMA
ambas extraídas de "Temari" (2014)
"The Raven" THE MONKS KITCHEN
extraída de "Music From The Monks Kitchen" (2013)
"The Memory Man" THE SMILES & FROWNS
extraída de "The Smiles & Frowns" (2009)
"Will We Ever Know Why?" FARIS NOURALLAH
extraída de "Problematico" (2003)
"Me And My Sister" COLORAMA
"Love Entropy" COLORAMA
ambas extraídas de "Temari" (2014)
"Country" GORKY'S CYGOTIC MYNCI
extraída de "Sleep/Holiday" (2003)
"When The Letter Arrives" RICHARD JAMES
extraída de "We Went Riding" (2010)
"I Wanted You" SOFT HEARTED SCIENTISTS
extraída de "Take Time To Wonder In A Whirling World" (2007)
"(Drawing) Rings Around The World" SUPER FURRY ANIMALS
extraída de "Rings Around The World" (2001)
"Year Of The Dog" GRUFF RHYS
extraída de "American Interior" (2014)
"Thrown Like A Stone" MURRY THE HUMP
extraída de "Songs Of Ignorance" (2001)
"Bad Girls" KEYS
adelanto de "Ring The Changes" (2014)
"Don't Worry Marie" EL GOODO
extraída de "Coyote" (2009)
"I Want You Girl" THE BROKEN VINYL CLUB
extraída de "The Broken Vinyl Club" (2011)
"Starfishing" THE POOH STICKS
extraída de "Optimistic Fool" (1995)
"Another Sunday Psalm" THE LEISURE SOCIETY
extraída de "Alone Aboard The Ark" (2013)

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