The Raincoats - Odyshape mp3 album
Odyshape is the second album by the Raincoats, originally released in 1981 by Rough Trade. Stylistically, Odyshape was a radical departure from the band's first album, exploring different musical genres and featuring a diverse range of instruments, such as the shruti box, balophone, shehnai and kalimba. It was also described as experimental. Odyshape was recorded after Palmolive, the band's original drummer, had left the group, and the Raincoats hired Richard Dudanski (.
Odyshape (LP, Album). Besides SLITS "Return Of The Giant Slits" (Oct 1981) and first LILIPUT (Spring 1982) is "Odyshape" (June 1981) one of the most innovate and beautiful female albums of that time. One correction for the line-up: "Georgie Boris" on trach A4 is no other then GEORGIE BORN (today Georgina Born).
This album has little in common with anything else around at the time, other than the feeling that you're hurtling relentlessly forward into a previously unmapped musical space. That divide between the oblique and the real is what separates Odyshape from the ideas the Raincoats' post-punk peers were pushing toward, many of whom went one way or the other but rarely met in the middle. It's a very intimate recording, full of sounds they wisely never tried to recreate again, and vocal takes that are often inflected with a heart-crushing vulnerability.
The Raincoats is the debut studio album by English rock band the Raincoats. It was released in 1979 on Rough Trade Records. The album is perhaps best known for its off-kilter cover of "Lola" by the Kinks. The album's seventh track, "The Void", was notably covered by Hole in 1994. In May 2010, the band performed the album in its entirety in London.
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The second album by England’s Raincoats was a more dissonant, abstract affair than their charming and abrasive debut. There's more clatter, more loose-jointedness and atonal singing, more envelope-pushing. Original drummer Palmolive had left the band and new percussionist Ingrid Weiss came on board; guests like Robert Wyatt and This Heat's Charles Hayward also contributed their own unique brands of drumming. Originally issued in 1981, Odyshape has enjoyed several rebirths. It’s the kind of record that will always have a place in the punk pantheon as an important, influential collection of music that was out of step with its original time; now it has a legacy that only continues to grow. Odyshape The Raincoats.
Odyshape does indeed burrow deeper than eccentric rave-ups or opiated no-wave balladry. Interruption becomes Odyshape. For all the jittery architecture, Odyshape keeps an unnerving cohesiveness in its aim. That is The Raincoats’ biggest feat and why this record is so distinctive and idiosyncratically important. It’s anti-music in perhaps its most elegant form, all of its disruptive elements plaiting together into something bigger than the sum of its parts, deconstruction that actually musters new birth.
Odyshape by The Raincoats, released 06 October 2018 1. Shouting out loud 2. Family treet 3. Only loved at night 4. Dancing in my head 5. Odyshape 6. And then it's ok 7. Baby Song 8. Red shoes 9. Go away. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
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|A1||Shouting Out Loud|
|A3||Only Loved At Night|
|A4||Dancing In My Head|
|B1||I I I I I I I|
|B2||And Then It's O.K.
Drums – Robert Wyatt
- Producer – Adam Kidron, The Raincoats
NotesProduced by The Raincoats and A. Kidron.
The title of B1 is actually a painting of seven matchstick men
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