Days Gone By [Disco de Vinil]
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Detalhes do produto
- Descontinuado pelo fabricante : Não
- Dimensões do produto : 30.48 x 32 x 2.54 cm; 226.8 g
- Fabricante : Domino Recording Co.
- Referência do fabricante : WIG 340
- Rótulo : Domino Recording Co.
- ASIN : B010SHEHXK
- Número de discos : 2
Ranking dos mais vendidos:
Nº 2,046 em CD e Vinil (Conheça o Top 100 na categoria CD e Vinil)
- Nº 23 em Música Eletrônica
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Descrição do produto
Occupying the fertile ground between organic band and electronic production project, Bob Moses draw on the two poles to vividly resonate across both. Days Gone By, the debut album from Tom Howie and Jimmy Vallance, plays with a sonic duality that combines the elegantly icy with an indelibly human touch. Alternating between dancefloor burners and moments of reflective repose, Days Gone By is a record that’s not in a rush to get to its destination, preferring to slowly seduce rather than swagger into submission, weaving a rich spectrum of sensation over the course of its ten tracks.
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2013’s 'Far From The Tree' 12" EP was brilliant. Dominated by 'All I Want', but with the title track and Winters Song coming in strong and improving with every play, the Canadian duo seemed to have put a fresh spin on beats and smoky atmospherics. A cynical soul might have dismissed them as trip-hop revivalists, but as part of North America's belated love affair with dance music, it’s arguable that Bob Moses had, if anything, naively re-invented the genre from scratch, so vital did they make it all sound.
Follow-up single Grace was likewise engaging. Yet in retrospect, it’s clear that flip-side First To Cry - which hinted at a desire to economize and work within more conventional parameters – was the first step on a bad turn. Because, arriving here, at Days Gone By, with the Bob Moses brew reduced further still into conventional three-minute territory, the pair’s songwriting sorely lacks something.
Granted, there are a couple of great tracks here. 'Before I Fall' pulls a lush 70s AOR chorus into the mix, while 'Tearing Me Apart' recalls the darker edge of their earlier work (while also, bizarrely, managing to sound like Gerry Raffety). But overall, taken as part of a ten track whole, Bob Mose’s debut is a bland slog - music for dinner parties.
It doesn’t help that lyrically, Days Gone By never get beyond heartache. Because, without the drama and dynamics of dance music’s build-ups and break-downs to back up their words, with everything running to roughly the same tempo, Days Gone By seems to bleed into one.
You'd be much better off getting All In All , which collects all three of the pair's earlier EPs - because that's where the good stuff is.
Les invito a escuchar este maravilloso material, no se van a arrepentir, es una aventura para tus oidos, esta perfectamente pulido, es sofisticado, es profundo, es asombroso en toda la extensión de la palabra. Una fusión de instrumental acustica con ritmos electrónicos que crean una perfecta armonia y que dotan de personalidad y autenticidad a este album, me sobran las palabras para describir a este album, pero para que entiendas de lo que hablo requieres escucharlo por ti mismo, y así amarlo como yo lo hago ;).