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Yo La Tengo - And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Ou

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Yo La Tengo
And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Ou

Label Matador
Erstveröffentlichung 01.01.2000
Format CD
Lieferzeit 1 – 8 Werktage
Preis 9,95 € (inkl. 19% MwSt. zzgl. Versand)
Rezension

Das 2000er Werk, aufgenommen in Nashville, produziert vom Langzeitgefährten Roger Mountenot. Ergreifende Arbeit in betont zurückhaltenden Arrangements, in denen ein 17-Minuten-Epos (Night Falls On Hoboken) ebenso möglich ist wie die (einzige) elektrische Eruption Cherry Chapstick. Zur Kollektion eigenartiger Coverversion kommt diesmal George McCrae’s 70er Jahre-Hit You Can Have It All hinzu.
„...fragiler, country-inspirierter Folk-Pop, der mit einer einzigen Ausnahme fast gänzlich akustisch vorgetragen wird. Schon der Opener Everyday, getragen vom zweistimmigen Gesang George Hubleys und Ira Kaplans, schwingt sich, wie aus dem Nichts kommend, hinauf zu den Höhen gravitätischer Schönheit. Die Instrumentierung ein Mantra, die Inszenierung gespenstisch, ja geisterhaft...“ (Rolling Stone/4 Sterne)

Review

“Less racous than 1997´s I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One (widely considered their moment to date), And Then Nothing... is occasionally bleaker and definitely more subtle. The guitar crashes in only once, on Cherry Chapstick, sounding not unlike Jesus And Mary Chain doing Sonic Youth´s Teenage Riot. A beautiful, fragile, record that demands your full attention, then pays back dividends. Bit like relationships really.” (MOJO)
“The Hoboken, New Jersey, trioþs beautiful new album, And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out, is a quiet, delicate meditation on this bond. Kaplan and Hubley sing their most confessional, intimate lyrics ever, over whispery guitars, brushed percussion, vibes and organ drones. Itþs a spell of blissful, psychedelic make-out music, what Revolver might have sounded like if the Beatles had tried putting "Here, There and Everywhere" and "Tomorrow Never Knows" into the same song. Bassist-vocalist James McNew takes a supporting role as Hubley and Kaplan tell their love story, a testimony to a life of promises kept and burdens shared and secrets entrusted. Obviously, weþre not talking top-of-the-pops material here, but itþs the softer side of Yo La Tengo, with Kaplan cutting down on his famous guitar feedback for the finest batch of marital ballads since Lou Reedþs The Blue Mask.” (Rolling Stone)

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