|Grex / Second Marriage|
|Add Date:||2012-02-25||Pull Date:||2012-04-28|
|Week Ending:||4 Mar|
|1.||Dec 28, 2016:||Oh Messy Life |
|3.||Mar 01, 2012:||American Beauty |
Anything For You
|2.||Mar 01, 2012:||Nathin' To Do |
Up Popped The Snake
|4.||Feb 29, 2012:||The Fall of Math |
The Whole World Window
Pop that's cerebral and prog-like, with nice melodies and bursts of noisy guitar. Chamber-pop duo that uses elements of prog, folk, modern classical, and, yeah, big noisy guitar. Performed by the Bay Area husband-and-wife duo of Karl Evangelista and Rei Scampavia, plus various guests (drums or sax on many tracks, e.g.). No FCCs detected.|
Warning: WIDE dynamic range, i.e., really quiet parts followed by really loud parts. DJs, watch your levels as you play this one.
1- Spastic noisy guitar juxtaposed with calm sweet vocals.
2- Bouncy slowish guitar; very delicate vocal line
3- Quiet, slightly sinister pop. Catchy, careful, low-key groove, a bit proggy. Some chamber-y free improv.
4- Low-key, morose pop. Sublime jazzy guitar solo.
5- Pretty instrumental (fans of very early Genesis take note)
6- Slow-moving: Gentle and pretty instrumental, some nice piano and guitar figures. Quiet, creeping vocals.
7- Gentle, pretty song (with loud buzzy guitar).
8- Neat instrumental, gets into a cooking tiki-room feel, w/sax
9- Pretty sunrise melody; searing acid guitar
10- Folky pop. Listen for the change in mood in the lyrics!
11- Dark Western-style ballad, gets into a long frenzied guitar solo. Very cool stuff, and it does seem to be about Eric Dolphy.
12- Slowish, eerie.
|1.||Bistellar||7.||The Whole World Window|
|3.||Up Popped The Snake||9.||Down|
|4.||Be Jelly||10.||Anything For You|
|5.||Small Sad Creature||11.||The Ballad Of Eric Dolphy|