John Cale - M:FANS album flac
- Album: M:FANS
- FLAC: 1339 mb | MP3: 1622 mb
- Released: 2016
- Style: Art Rock
- Rating: 4.2/5
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Music For a New Society/M:FANS.
John Cale (born 9 March 1942) is a Welsh musician, composer, singer-songwriter and record producer who was a founding member of the experimental rock band The Velvet Underground in the 1960s. In the subsequent four decades, Cale has released varied solo albums, film soundtracks, and collaborations with Lou Reed, Brian Eno, Bob Neuwirth and others. Inside the Dream Syndicate, Vol. I: Day of Niagara (Table of the Elements) 2000. New York in the 1960s: Sun Blindness Music (Table of the Elements) 2001.
John Cale had been careening through nearly a decade of chaotic and paranoid rock music when he took an abrupt stylistic shift with 1982's Music for a New Society, a set of stark and minimal melodies performed with a quiet touch that made the occasional bursts of volume all the more violent, accompanying lyrics that dealt with a variety of damaged lives. It was one of Cale's best and most powerful works, and more than 30 years later, Cale has revisited the songs with fresh creative eyes on the album M:FANS
Label: Double Six (2) – DS108CDP. Format: CD, Album, Promo. Bass – Joey MarambaCello – Matt Fish (2)Guitar – Dustin BoyerMixed By – Adam MoseleyOrgan, Noises, Keyboards, Vocals – John CaleRecorded By – Adam Moseley, Dustin BoyerSampler, Performer – Alex Thomas (3)Viola – Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Thomas Lea Violin – Jesse Greene Words By – Sam Sheppard.
That John Cale’s discography outside of his work with the Velvet Underground starts and ends with Paris 1919 is indeed a most impoverished viewpoint. Right up there is 1982’s oft overlooked Music For A New Society, which catches Cale on the verge of a nervous breakdown. With the item back in print on vinyl, along with a visceral new re-working album M: FANS, Martin Aston revisits Cale at his most anguished and fractured.
John Cale M:Fans (Domino) 8/10. Words by Alex Wisgard. Published in Loud And Quiet 73, December 2015. Despite his stature as one of our greatest modern composers, many of John Cale’s most celebrated albums remain out of print. Originally released in 1982, ‘Music for a New Society’ – as unpredictable and uncomfortable as ever – is about to get its first CD release in over two decades. Recorded alone in one frenzied week, it’s not unlike the shattered hymnals of Big Star’s ‘Third’, but with a composition degree from Juilliard. Even better, however, is ‘M:FANS’, a reworking of almost every track.
John Cale stays on-trend in 2016 by upcycling his 1982 album Music For A New Society into M:FANS. Immediately noticeable as a departure from the original (apart from the titular embrace of the acronym) is the dark thickness of the production; the lowest of low end that punctuates If You Were Still Around would have shrugged the needle from the groove 34 years ago. The original record’s improvisational nature is still here but hidden, its minimalist touches are scant.
33 years since its original arrival, January 22 will see the release of the re-mastered version of one of John Cale’s most unique and lauded solo records, Music For A New Society, alongside a visceral new reworking of the album under the title M:FANS – a record that explores the relationship between old and new, in terms of the sound and.
Album · 2016 · 25 Songs. Library of Force (Feat. Man In the Book Excerpt). 10. Close Watch (M:FANS). 11. If You Were Still Around (Choir Reprise). 12. Back To the End (M:FANS). 25 Songs, 1 Hour 43 Minutes. Released: Jan 22, 2016.