Genre: Pop Rock
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,

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Dean Wareham I Have Nothing To Say To The Mayor Of L.A. LP

Dean Wareham

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DFRLP0018
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From Dean Wareham Of Galaxie 500 & Luna!
His First New Album In Seven Years On Vinyl LP!

Dean Wareham (Galaxie 500, Luna) returns with his first new songs in seven years, a politically-minded collection of indie guitar beauty. The album was produced by Jason Quever (Beach House, Cass McCombs) and features eight songs by Wareham, plus covers of "Duchess" by Scott Walker and "Under Skys" by obscure Massachusetts late-60s band Lazy Smoke.

...[I]t's prime Wareham from top to bottom. The songs, sound, and performances all come together with the lyrical simplicity of Luna, the echoing melancholy of Galaxie 500, and the cinematic sweep of Dean & Britta to form something familiar, yet still vibrant. Quever's production is a welcome change from the glossy sheen of Wareham's previous solo album; instead, there is an uncluttered, organic feel to the music that suits it well. Wareham is in fine voice, having given away none of the tremulous wonder he has always transmitted, now with a little more aged wisdom around the edges....He's had a long career, dotted with highlights that rank among the best music of his contemporaries. I Have Nothing to Say to the Mayor of L.A. is another one.
-Tim Sendra, AllMusic.com, 4/5 stars

Features

  • Vinyl LP
  • Lyrics
  • Made in Canada

Selections

Side One:

  1. The Past Is Our Plaything
  2. Cashing In
  3. The Last Word
  4. Robin & Richard
  5. The Corridors of Power

Side Two:

  1. Just As Much As It Was Worth
  2. Under Skys
  3. Duchess
  4. Red Hollywood
  5. Why Are We in Vietnam?

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