Palace Music - Viva Last Blues FLAC album
Title: Viva Last Blues
Style: Alternative Rock, Country Rock, Folk Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1798 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1617 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1440 mb
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Album · 1995 · 10 Songs. But there's still an enigmatic charm to the opening trio of tunes, with "More Brother Rides" (which builds an unusual web of sound as it shuffles between two chords) and "Viva Ultra" (which features a few bum notes, despite the song's simplicity). Work Hard/Play Hard" is strikingly loud and uptempo compared with Oldham's typical penchant for the slow and crestfallen. New Partner" uses the simplicity of a classic country song to evoke Willie Nelson, while "Cat's Blues" adds bluesy guitar courtesy of Bryan Rich, whose lines.
Request an album send to friend. Viva Last Blues (1995). Palace Music - Viva Last Blues.
Recorded under the name PALACE MUSIC. 1. More Brother Rides.
Viva Last Blues – Palace Music (1995). Arise Therefore – Palace Music (1996). Joya – Will Oldham (1997). I See a Darkness – Bonnie "Prince" Billy (1999) Oldham also featured as guest aesthetic designer for the North American literary magazine Zoetrope All Story (vol 11, no 1) in 2007. In a note contained in the issue, he jokes that it would be "really magnificent to imagine this issue as a cocktail party at which all of the contributors, word and image, are present.
The influence of Appalachian folk music is tremendously manifest in Viva Last Blues, Will Oldham's third album under the Palace moniker. But rather than simply copping the rustic mystique of early American music, he chose to recreate it on his own terms. Combining stark acoustic numbers with Neil Young-style rockers, Oldham managed to expand his sound significantly without sacrificing the character and intimacy of his early offerings. Producer Steve Albini leaves every instrument crisp and distinct, allowing Oldham's songs to shine through with no intrusive atmospherics. Perhaps that was because the album captures Brainiac at that momentous threshold between raw, nervous energy and cold calculation. 056: A Tribe Called Quest The Low-End Theory.
This song is by Palace Music and appears on the album Viva Last Blues (1995). I'm gonna turn my back for awhile, downWhile nothing bad can or will befallThe lights welcome me all by myselfAnd the fires only bronze they do not burn. Well do you understand girls where it's goingI'll fuck girls, if there's violence to comeWhy, happiness, oh happinessThey're crying, and their night has come.
Cat's blues - palace music. Artist: Palace Music. Album: Viva Last Blues, 2008. Has been played on. Turkey 6.
|1||More Brother Rides||3:13|
|3||The Brute Choir||2:38|
|4||The Mountain Low||2:40|
|5||Tonight's Decision (And Hereafter)||4:04|
|6||Work Hard / Play Hard||2:45|
|9||We All, Us Three, Will Ride||2:51|
- Pressed By – Disque Americ
- Artwork By [Drawing] – Dianne Bellino
- Artwork By [Painting] – Cynthia Kirkwood
- Bass, Slide Guitar, Vocals [Additional Singing] – Ned Oldham
- Drums, Vocals [Additional Singing] – Jason Loewenstein
- Engineer [Facilities, Assistance] – Eric Bates, Eugene Bates
- Guitar, Vocals [Singing] – Will Oldham
- Lead Guitar – Bryan Rich
- Piano, Organ – Liam Hayes
- Recorded By – Steve Albini
NotesTray card and outside of booklet letterpress on card stock. 4-page inside of booklet printed on regular paper and only on one side.
Recorded in Alabama.
CD made in Canada.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 (Mirrored)): DADR 0K0K1<585>DC65CD
- Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI8107
- Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 (Mirrored)): DADR 0K0K1<585>DC65CD
|DC65, PR4||Palace Music*||Viva Last Blues (LP, Album)||Drag City, Palace Records||DC65, PR4||US||1995|
|REWIGCD83||Palace Music*||Viva Last Blues (CD, Album, RE)||Domino||REWIGCD83||UK||2012|
|WIGLP21||Palace Music*||Viva Last Blues (LP, Album)||Domino||WIGLP21||UK||1995|
|WIGCD21||Palace Music*||Viva Last Blues (CD, Album)||Domino||WIGCD21||UK||1995|
|WIGLP21||Palace Music*||Viva Last Blues (LP, Album, TP)||Domino||WIGLP21||UK||1995|