Category: Jazz

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  1. The album was recorded with producer Jim O'Rourke and John McEntire from February to The track "Nothing to Do with Me" features lyrics derived from sketches by English satirist Chris Morris. Upon its release, limited quantities of handmade book sleeves were released for both CD and LP formats, limited to 1, copies for each.
  2. Nothing to do with me Says he weeing his feet Well, it won't go away overnight But it will go away in the end You did such a great job With the boiler last time Please can you mend my baby He hasn't moved for three weeks Don't they use coffins When they are that small I don't want lizards Boring my house Sir, my chin has been Getting rather hot.
  3. It’s always a wonderful surprise to be thoroughly charmed on registering to a now-classic album. That’s the experience of hearing the newly remastered Sound-Dust CD from Stereolab. The exquisite new expanded edition was remastered from the original 1/2” tapes by Bo Kondren at Calyx Mastering and overseen by the band’s own Tim Gane.
  4. Aug 28,  · Sound-Dust Stereolab. Released August 28, Nothing To Do With Me Lyrics. Album Credits. Producers Stereolab.
  5. Nov 28,  · Nothing To Do With Me Drums [2nd Drum Kit] – C Taylor* Suggestion Diabolique: Les Bons Bons Des Raisons: Bonus Tracks Black Ants Demo: Spacemoth Intro Demo Stereolab: Sound-Dust ‎ (CD, Album) Elektra, Warner Music Argentina: Argentina: Sell This Version.
  6. From the early s organ drones of Mars Audiac Quintet to the lush cinematech orchestrations of Dots & Loops, the great Stereolab spent a decade building a grand sound, an album a year, an album at a time. And for a band that does not use synthesizers, there is a hell of a lot of synthesis. Of minimalists ideas from Terry Riley to Can to the Velvet Underground, s Euro heroes like /5(56).
  7. This album grows on you. The first listen may throw you for a loop, with the shifting harmonies and complex arrangements. Upon further listening, the album settles into wonderful, spacey lounge grooves, such as Laetitia Sadier singing "I need somebody" on "The Black Arts." The change of pace proves to be a nice alternative to their sometimes.
  8. Aug 28,  · Stereolab; Sound-Dust. Take the Sound-Dust tracks "Gus the Mynah Bird" and "Nothing to Do with Me," songs which ostensibly motor on Neu fuel. Melting horns, a .

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