Feist Pleasure 2LP
Feist Pleasure 2LP
Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Geffen
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"

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Feist Pleasure 2LP

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Feist's 4th Album On Double LP!
One of SPIN Magazine's "The 50 Best Albums of 2017 So Far"!


The four-time Grammy nominee and eleven-time Juno award winner returns with her 4th album called "Pleasure".

Feist’s first album in six years reflects on secrets and shame, loneliness and tenderness, care and fatigue and is at its core a study on self-awareness . As the fourth full-length from the Canadian singer/songwriter born Leslie Feist, Pleasure builds off the warm naturalism of the Polaris Prize-winning Metals and emerges as her most formally defiant and expansive work so far. While each album is a departure from the next, Pleasure finds the four-time Grammy Award nominee again showing the extraordinary depth of her artistry.

Recorded over the course of three months—in Stinson Beach, Upstate New York, and Paris — Pleasure was co-produced by Feist with longtime collaborators Renaud Letang and Mocky. In addition to reaffirming Feist as a cagily inventive guitar player, the album threads her shape-shifting and often haunting vocals into sparse and raw arrangements.

In 2004 Feist made her U.S. debut with Let It Die (featuring "Mushaboom") which won the Juno Award for Best Alternative Rock Album, and garnered major critical acclaim. Her 2007 follow-up The Reminder debuted in the Top 20 in the U.S. and was hailed by The Village Voice as a "great batch of simple, precisely arranged love songs — expertly produced, delectably sung." The single "1234" boosted the album’s sales to more than a million units internationally. Also including lead single "My Moon My Man," The Reminder won Feist the 2007 Shortlist Music Prize (making her only the second woman to ever win the award).

After a several-year hiatus — during which she co-created Look At What The Light Did Now, a documentary about the making of The Reminder and her subsequent tour — Feist returned with Metals in 2011. Metals was her highest charting album, debuting at #9 on Billboard. It was named Album of the Year by the New York Times and won the Polaris Prize and four more Juno Awards. To date, Feist's music has sold over three million units worldwide and amassed more than 500 million streams.

"This spring, Leslie Feist returned after a six-year hiatus with the best album she's ever made. Pleasure, her fifth full-length, is spare, raw and gritty. It's also intensely intimate, particularly in the spacious way it was recorded, with a sound that feels like you're sitting in her bedroom as she unspools her grief and emotional upheaval. Every element, from Feist's vocal performances to the brilliant production, is utterly transfixing." - Robin Hilton, NPR

"No one told Feist that guitar was on the way out. Starting with the feverish title track, Pleasure is produced in such a manner that her axe is positioned to drive her songs, not just accompany them. It can sound piercing and foreign, and it can betray its own difficulty, with every movement of the artist's hand worn in the sounds, stripped of any studio polish. Not that the album is a tribute to the instrument, but more a stubborn exercise from a songwriter refusing to conform to the times around her. In fact, it's Feist’s hard-headed vision that allows the album to soar so often, her songs taking their time to illuminate their grandeur, willing to be difficult in one moment and comforting and cathartic in the next." - Philip Cosores, Consequence of Sound

Features:
• Double LP
• Gatefold Jacket

Selections:
1. Pleasure
2. I Wish I Didn’t Miss You
3. Get Not High, Get Not Low
4. Lost Dreams
5. Any Party
6. A Man Is Not His Song
7. The Wind
8. Century
9. Baby Be Simple
10. I'm Not Running Away
11. Young Up
Description
Feist's 4th Album On Double LP!
One of SPIN Magazine's "The 50 Best Albums of 2017 So Far"!


The four-time Grammy nominee and eleven-time Juno award winner returns with her 4th album called "Pleasure".

Feist’s first album in six years reflects on secrets and shame, loneliness and tenderness, care and fatigue and is at its core a study on self-awareness . As the fourth full-length from the Canadian singer/songwriter born Leslie Feist, Pleasure builds off the warm naturalism of the Polaris Prize-winning Metals and emerges as her most formally defiant and expansive work so far. While each album is a departure from the next, Pleasure finds the four-time Grammy Award nominee again showing the extraordinary depth of her artistry.

Recorded over the course of three months—in Stinson Beach, Upstate New York, and Paris — Pleasure was co-produced by Feist with longtime collaborators Renaud Letang and Mocky. In addition to reaffirming Feist as a cagily inventive guitar player, the album threads her shape-shifting and often haunting vocals into sparse and raw arrangements.

In 2004 Feist made her U.S. debut with Let It Die (featuring "Mushaboom") which won the Juno Award for Best Alternative Rock Album, and garnered major critical acclaim. Her 2007 follow-up The Reminder debuted in the Top 20 in the U.S. and was hailed by The Village Voice as a "great batch of simple, precisely arranged love songs — expertly produced, delectably sung." The single "1234" boosted the album’s sales to more than a million units internationally. Also including lead single "My Moon My Man," The Reminder won Feist the 2007 Shortlist Music Prize (making her only the second woman to ever win the award).

After a several-year hiatus — during which she co-created Look At What The Light Did Now, a documentary about the making of The Reminder and her subsequent tour — Feist returned with Metals in 2011. Metals was her highest charting album, debuting at #9 on Billboard. It was named Album of the Year by the New York Times and won the Polaris Prize and four more Juno Awards. To date, Feist's music has sold over three million units worldwide and amassed more than 500 million streams.

"This spring, Leslie Feist returned after a six-year hiatus with the best album she's ever made. Pleasure, her fifth full-length, is spare, raw and gritty. It's also intensely intimate, particularly in the spacious way it was recorded, with a sound that feels like you're sitting in her bedroom as she unspools her grief and emotional upheaval. Every element, from Feist's vocal performances to the brilliant production, is utterly transfixing." - Robin Hilton, NPR

"No one told Feist that guitar was on the way out. Starting with the feverish title track, Pleasure is produced in such a manner that her axe is positioned to drive her songs, not just accompany them. It can sound piercing and foreign, and it can betray its own difficulty, with every movement of the artist's hand worn in the sounds, stripped of any studio polish. Not that the album is a tribute to the instrument, but more a stubborn exercise from a songwriter refusing to conform to the times around her. In fact, it's Feist’s hard-headed vision that allows the album to soar so often, her songs taking their time to illuminate their grandeur, willing to be difficult in one moment and comforting and cathartic in the next." - Philip Cosores, Consequence of Sound

Features:
• Double LP
• Gatefold Jacket

Selections:
1. Pleasure
2. I Wish I Didn’t Miss You
3. Get Not High, Get Not Low
4. Lost Dreams
5. Any Party
6. A Man Is Not His Song
7. The Wind
8. Century
9. Baby Be Simple
10. I'm Not Running Away
11. Young Up
Genre
Pop Rock
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
2.00
Construct
0
Dropship
0
Artist
Feist
Title
Pleasure
Composer
Additional Artists
Record Weight
Record Speed
33RPM
Record Speed Record Size
12"
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Creation Date
03-07-2017
Availability
In Stock
Format
Vinyl
ISBN
Release Date
04-26-2017
ASSOC
R
Scratch & Dent
0
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