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At 20 songs spread over 72 minutes and two discs, "Sukierae" is probably Jeff Tweedy's greatest indulgence since Wilco's double album, "Being There.
His first semi- solo material since the soundtrack for "Chelsea Walls" isn't far from the bucolic side of Wilco's 21st-century output: "Slow Love" and "Death From Above" are as much ruminations, sketches of thoughts, as they are songs, and the tensions in the music are less from sudden stormy shifts than from clouds gradually darkening.
Tweedy doesn't face the weather alone, thanks to his son Spencer's drumming, which is simpatico and sometimes startling, as on "Diamond Light Pt. The duo confidently takes advantage of the freedom to ramble yet never takes undue advantage of limited patience.
Listen to Tweedy's album on Spotify. Old-fashioned duet covers are suddenly in this month. This week brings a duet team better than anything Babs can muster: the complementary combination of crooner Tony Bennett and freaky pop star Lady Gaga on the joint album "Cheek to Cheek.
Despite the terrific talent on "Partners," and the occasionally lovely turn, like a smooth bossa nova swing through "People" with Stevie Wonder, Streisand doesn't duet with her guests so much as try to upstage them.
It's as if she's focusing on the money notes instead of the meaning of the words. Then there's her schmaltzy, forced banter, such as suggesting to Billy Joel they go out for pizza at the end of "New York State of Mind," or her forced little giggle when Shelton sings "You'll always be that funny girl to me" on "I'd Want It to be You. That said, "Cheek to Cheek" is often a classy, brassy blast, without a single saccharine note in its being. Bennett, who turned 88 last month, has still got it, his smooth voice filled with swagger and snap.
And while Gaga is definitely in Broadway mode here, she caters her style to fit Bennett, reigning in the melodrama that destroyed her recent originals, such as "Dope. Listen to Barbara Streisand's album on Spotify. It's dark, because almost everything by the Gorillaz is dark, but it's got a jolt of energy that makes you wanna get up and adventure, as 2D's deadpan delivery is fabulously juxtaposed against stabbing samples.
Dennis Hopper. This Gorillaz song features Dennis Hopper, from effing Easy Rider, reading to you the damned destiny of men who do not heed the warnings of nature. Put this one on next time you're sitting around a campfire exchanging ghost stories. It bleeds just as seamlessly into Demon Days ' album-ending title track This whole little closing act of the LP is quite brilliant, running beautifully on a theme with this tune as a reflective centerpiece.
And who doesn't fall victim to the charms of an angelic chorus? This Demon Days deep cut has a Western feel, the crashing symbols sound like a cowboy's heavy walk punctuated by the clinking of spurs. Albarn could be a man singing a sad song of love lost in an old saloon. The bright keys could be the dusty piano. It's a cinematic piece that grows ever more interesting and noisy in a sweeping, chaotic build, before coming down in a sunset of strings.
Nothing is resolved, and everything is as it should be. Mick Jones and Paul Simonon. The title track from the Gorillaz' third studio album is a real creamy dream. Funky creaks and croaks and wonks plop here and there among the cascading keys. It's also, essentially, a collaboration with punk all-timers The Clash , as both guitarist Mick Jones and bassist Paul Simonon grace the tune with classic cool.
This is a summer song for when everything is wrong, but partying is still on the docket. Del Th e Funk y Homosapien. He plays the role of drummer Russel's dead MC friend.
Russel is possessed by Del, which is really not that bad of a deal. Damon Albarn's ear for a tune does not desert him, as evidenced by the string of successful singles this album spawned. Dan The Automator producer 's influence is also felt in the programming and the unusual juxtaposition of sounds and samples. Collaborators are also used to great effect; Del Tha Funkee Homosapien's rapping on his two cuts matches anything on Deltron whilst Miho Hatori and Ibrahim Ferrer contribute captivating vocal tracks.
Lyrically it is very oblique and aside from the raps doesn't really make sense for the most part, but the vocals remain interesting despite that.
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