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Beck - Odelay

The single 'Netsanet' (feat. Mulatu Astatke) is a deep exploration of Mulatu's trademark Ethio-jazz, while Crushing Lactic, composed by Tom Rogerson (fresh from a recent collaboration with Brian Eno) has a frenzied flow, with big horns and driving rhythm section.

Elsewhere, Pete Wareham (stalwart of the London jazz revival) lends his free-flowing sax to What’s Gone Before, leading us into a powerful communion of jazz and brass as Mulatu Astatke’s Derashe takes the listener down a vibrating rhythmic path while accompanied by blasts of horns and Mulatu’s trademark vibraphone. Two spoken word compositions ('Why Yellow' and 'Climbing Up My Own Life Until I Die') featuring York-born writer and comedian Rob Auton lend an introspective voice to 'Collaborations: Volume One'.

TRACKLISTING

A1. Meat Grinder 
A2. Accordion
A3. Money Folder
A4. Great Day
A5. Rhinestone Cowboy

B1. Meat Grinder (Instrumental)

B2. Accordion (Instrumental)
B3. Money Folder (Instrumental)
B4. Great Day (Instrumental)
B5. Shadows Of Tomorrow (Bonus Beat)

PRODUCT DETAILS

Artist:  Beck 
Label:  UMR
Condition:  New 
Genre:  Indie & Alternative
Format:  Vinyl LP
Cat Number:  UMC3378
Released:  16th November 2016

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Regular price £33.00
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