Jeffrey Lewis & Junkyard, The - 'Em Are I album flac
- Album: 'Em Are I
- FLAC: 1948 mb | MP3: 1129 mb
- Released: 2009
- Style: Folk Rock
- Rating: 4.7/5
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Musician and illustrator Jeffrey Lewis constructs a time lapse, large scale illustration, while his performance is rotoscoped into a comic book cartoon, all his own. "To Be Objectified" is from the album " 'Em Are I'" by Jeffrey Lewis & The Junkyard, set to be released in the US May of 2009 on Rough Trade Records
Текст песни: Out in the forest Out past the stone wall Built by old farmers Or older guys.
Lewis revealed the following in an interview with Audio Antihero Records. CD RTRADCD514, LP RTRADLP514. Broken Broken Broken Heart". Whistle Past The Graveyard". The Upside-down Cross". Good Old Pig, Gone To Avalon".
JEFFREY LEWIS & THE JUNKYARD: 'EM ARE I 11 song album, first released by Rough Trade Records in May of 2009. Produced by Jeffrey Lewis with engineer Mark Ospovat. All songs are Jeffrey's except "The Upside-Down Cross" which is a Jack Lewis song A brilliant modern singer-songwriter record, full of wit and musical variations. simply a little gem of an album that continues to offer new delights upon repeated listens. E Entertainment 2009 should continue to see young Mr Lewis sweeping up old and new hearts alike across the world's underground. ''Em Are I is probably one of the best records so far of Lewis's lengthy career.
Album 'Em Are I. Bugs & Flowers Lyrics . Bugs & Flowers" Track Info. Em Are I Jeffrey Lewis & The Junkyard.
Anti-folk icon Jeffrey Lewis is a venerable figure in his native New York for both his wry comic book art and his observation-based thrift store music. Although his success has been somewhat overshadowed by fellow Big Apple folkers Moldy Peaches, our man Lewis knows how to construct a cheap, loveably scuffed tune and has impeccable punk credentials. His last project was an album of Crass covers. Slogans starts Em I Are in great fashion with growling Lewis yelling out a tale of ''cigarettes and needles'' strewn about the streets before reaching a simple, unexpected one line.
Jeffrey Lewis & The Junkyard. Roll Bus Roll, 04:52.
The bandaged-head cover cartoon and cutesy title wordplay of Jeffrey Lewis' fifth album provide a decent indication, for the uninitiated, of the . or's goofiness and droll wit, qualities that are evident in many of the songs contained within. But they also hint, cleverly and somewhat obliquely, at the album's surprisingly weighty subject matter: though not specifically medical in focus, most of these songs are concerned with death, existential pain, and the otherwise more corporeal aspects of the human experience. All of these are very good tunes, but it's the heartfelt content at the album's thematic core that makes 'Em Are I not just Lewis' most consistent album, but also his most truly affecting and easily his most successful outing to date.
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Album · 2009 · 12 Songs. Released: 20 Apr 2009. More By Jeffrey Lewis & The Junkyard. See All. Roll Bus Roll - Single.