Becca Mancari The Greatest Part (Coke Bottle Clear Vinyl)
Becca Mancari The Greatest Part (Coke Bottle Clear Vinyl)
Genre: Pop Rock
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,

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Becca Mancari The Greatest Part (Coke Bottle Clear Vinyl)

Becca Mancari

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SKU:
CTLP326
UPC:
817949020651

Coming June 26, 2020 pre-order your copy today! Orders with both pre-order and in stock items will have all in stock items shipped immediately!

Limited Edition Coke Bottle Clear Vinyl LP!

Consequence of Sound's Top 50 Albums Of 2020 - Rated 43/50!

Born on Staten Island to an Italian/Puerto Rican family with strict religious beliefs, Becca Mancari spent much of her childhood wrestling with issues of identity and belonging. When she set out on her own, Mancari followed the wind from Appalachia to Arizona, from south Florida to India, drifting in search of purpose and community. She eventually found both in East Nashville, where she garnered widespread acclaim for her strikingly honest songwriting and moving performances.

Her debut Good Woman was a critical smash, praised by NPR and hailed as one of 2017's best by Rolling Stone. Her songs racked up millions of streams, which helped land Mancari dates with the likes of Margo Price, Natalie Prass, and Julien Baker, among others. On top of her solo work, Mancari also teamed up with Alabama Shakes frontwoman Brittany Howard and songwriter Jesse Lafser to form Bermuda Triangle, which earned similarly glowing reviews as they performed sold-out headline shows across the country.

Despite all her success, the relentless pace of life on the road left Mancari little time to grapple with the trauma of her past, nor absorb any new challenges arising in her present. So, in 2019, Mancari decamped to friend and producer Zac Farro's home studio to set about constructing her sophomore album, a record that would balance unflinching self-examination with intoxicating grooves and infectious instrumental hooks. The two worked to capture the vast majority of the album themselves in Nashville before relocating to Los Angeles for finishing touches with GRAMMY-winning engineer/producer/mixer Carlos de la Garza (Paramore, Tegan and Sara).

The result is The Greatest Part. Propelled by an airtight drum groove and lacerating guitar line, hypnotic opener "Hunter" finds Mancari singing to a ghost from her past, promising, "You're never gonna track me down / You're never gonna find me out," her crystalline voice floating effortlessly above the distorted maelstrom brewing below it. Like much of the album, it's a song of defiance and self-assurance that's streaked with loneliness and regret. "I'm Sorry" focuses on not yet being ready to forgive and the turmoil that can cause internally, while earworm "Lonely Boy" reflects on the ways that fear can hold us back from human connection. To that end, the bittersweet "First Time" reaches out to a younger self, asking poignantly, "Hey, did you find your way out?"

Yet, as much as The Greatest Part is a vehicle for examining Mancari's past, it's also a lens through which she makes sense of her future. Perhaps it's bare-bones album closer "Forgiveness" that best ties together all of the record's loose threads. Searching for mercy in the midst of lingering anger and grief, the hushed, intimate track locates the beauty in letting go, in accepting ourselves for all our flaws and baggage, in walking forward boldly into the unknown.

She's lyrical and a little bit raw...and has a great personality in her songs.
-NPR's Ann Powers
There are deep, deep scars all over this wonderfully open album ('I'm Sorry', 'Forgiveness'), and any artist's willingness to put them under the microscope so many years later would be worthy enough of admiration. Mancari's examination rises to greater success, though, by rewarding repeat listens. That's when you uncover the inventiveness in the arrangements (performed largely by Mancari and Farro themselves) and the complexity of the lyrics. What at first seems like an easy-listening LP anchored at the center by a song about a sad puppy ('Lonely Boy') is revealed as a powerful seizing of self-actualization in the face of all that tries to 'Tear Us Apart'.
-Ben Kaye, Consequence of Sound Top 50 Albums Of 2020 - Rated 43/50




Features

  • Limited Edition Coke Bottle Clear Vinyl
  • RIYL: Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus, Caroline Rose

Selections

  1. Hunter
  2. First Time
  3. Like This
  4. Bad Feeling
  5. Pretend
  6. Lonely Boy
  7. Tear Us Apart
  8. I'm Sorry
  9. Stay With Me
  10. Knew
  11. Forgiveness
Description

Coming June 26, 2020 pre-order your copy today! Orders with both pre-order and in stock items will have all in stock items shipped immediately!

Limited Edition Coke Bottle Clear Vinyl LP!

Consequence of Sound's Top 50 Albums Of 2020 - Rated 43/50!

Born on Staten Island to an Italian/Puerto Rican family with strict religious beliefs, Becca Mancari spent much of her childhood wrestling with issues of identity and belonging. When she set out on her own, Mancari followed the wind from Appalachia to Arizona, from south Florida to India, drifting in search of purpose and community. She eventually found both in East Nashville, where she garnered widespread acclaim for her strikingly honest songwriting and moving performances.

Her debut Good Woman was a critical smash, praised by NPR and hailed as one of 2017's best by Rolling Stone. Her songs racked up millions of streams, which helped land Mancari dates with the likes of Margo Price, Natalie Prass, and Julien Baker, among others. On top of her solo work, Mancari also teamed up with Alabama Shakes frontwoman Brittany Howard and songwriter Jesse Lafser to form Bermuda Triangle, which earned similarly glowing reviews as they performed sold-out headline shows across the country.

Despite all her success, the relentless pace of life on the road left Mancari little time to grapple with the trauma of her past, nor absorb any new challenges arising in her present. So, in 2019, Mancari decamped to friend and producer Zac Farro's home studio to set about constructing her sophomore album, a record that would balance unflinching self-examination with intoxicating grooves and infectious instrumental hooks. The two worked to capture the vast majority of the album themselves in Nashville before relocating to Los Angeles for finishing touches with GRAMMY-winning engineer/producer/mixer Carlos de la Garza (Paramore, Tegan and Sara).

The result is The Greatest Part. Propelled by an airtight drum groove and lacerating guitar line, hypnotic opener "Hunter" finds Mancari singing to a ghost from her past, promising, "You're never gonna track me down / You're never gonna find me out," her crystalline voice floating effortlessly above the distorted maelstrom brewing below it. Like much of the album, it's a song of defiance and self-assurance that's streaked with loneliness and regret. "I'm Sorry" focuses on not yet being ready to forgive and the turmoil that can cause internally, while earworm "Lonely Boy" reflects on the ways that fear can hold us back from human connection. To that end, the bittersweet "First Time" reaches out to a younger self, asking poignantly, "Hey, did you find your way out?"

Yet, as much as The Greatest Part is a vehicle for examining Mancari's past, it's also a lens through which she makes sense of her future. Perhaps it's bare-bones album closer "Forgiveness" that best ties together all of the record's loose threads. Searching for mercy in the midst of lingering anger and grief, the hushed, intimate track locates the beauty in letting go, in accepting ourselves for all our flaws and baggage, in walking forward boldly into the unknown.

She's lyrical and a little bit raw...and has a great personality in her songs.
-NPR's Ann Powers
There are deep, deep scars all over this wonderfully open album ('I'm Sorry', 'Forgiveness'), and any artist's willingness to put them under the microscope so many years later would be worthy enough of admiration. Mancari's examination rises to greater success, though, by rewarding repeat listens. That's when you uncover the inventiveness in the arrangements (performed largely by Mancari and Farro themselves) and the complexity of the lyrics. What at first seems like an easy-listening LP anchored at the center by a song about a sad puppy ('Lonely Boy') is revealed as a powerful seizing of self-actualization in the face of all that tries to 'Tear Us Apart'.
-Ben Kaye, Consequence of Sound Top 50 Albums Of 2020 - Rated 43/50




Features

  • Limited Edition Coke Bottle Clear Vinyl
  • RIYL: Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus, Caroline Rose

Selections

  1. Hunter
  2. First Time
  3. Like This
  4. Bad Feeling
  5. Pretend
  6. Lonely Boy
  7. Tear Us Apart
  8. I'm Sorry
  9. Stay With Me
  10. Knew
  11. Forgiveness
ISBN
PREORDER
ASSOC
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Genre
Pop Rock
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
YES
Inventory
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Construct
0
Dropship
0
Record Speed Record Size
12"
Artist
Becca Mancari
Title
The Greatest Part
Composer
Additional Artists
Record Weight
Record Speed
33RPM
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
1
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Creation Date
05-08-2020
Release Date
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Availability
Discontinued
Format
Vinyl
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