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Animal Collective - Campfire Songs flac album

Animal Collective - Campfire Songs flac album Performer: Animal Collective
Title: Campfire Songs
Style: Lo-Fi, Experimental, Indie Rock, Ethereal
Released: 2003
MP3 album: 1808 mb
FLAC album: 1258 mb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: MIDI DXD APE VQF AUD MP3 MOD
Genre: Rock

Animal Collective is an American experimental pop band formed in Baltimore, Maryland in 2003. Its members and founders are Avey Tare (David Portner), Panda Bear (Noah Lennox), Deakin (Josh Dibb), and Geologist (Brian Weitz). The band's music is characterized by studio experimentation, vocal harmonies, and an exploration of various genres which include freak folk, noise rock, ambient drone, and psychedelia

Experimental Rock Animal Collective. Band Name Animal Collective. Album Name Campfire Songs. Released date March 2003. Labels Paw Tracks Catsup Plate. Music StyleExperimental Rock. Members owning this album2. Released under pseudonym Campfire Songs. 1. Queen in My Pictures.

Band Name Animal Collective. Data de lançamento Março 2003. Estilo de MúsicaExperimental Rock. Membros têm este álbum2.

Paw Tracks is proud to present the reissue of Animal Collective's 2003 album Campfire Songs. Since the CD's original issue on catsup plate recently went out of print it is our intention to simply keep the cd in print for as long as possible. An idea originally thought up by Dave Portner and Noah Lennox while in college, Campfire Songs is not a record of songs sung around a campfire but a record that hints at songs.

I tried to be discreet when I listened to this Campfire Songs CD; I tried to make sure he was beyond earshot of this Animal Collective offshoot, as the vibrations would no doubt come to bear on all those dark, mosquito-filled evenings he missed. Recorded on somebody's porch in rural Maryland, Campfire Songs is supremely relaxed, intent on reveling in the blissful pastoralism longed for by Avey Tare and Geologist's "Good Country: (off of Danse Manatee ), yet not by way of its tribal electronics and urban babble. Instead, we have awkwardly plucked strings and arrhythmic, strummed.

The album was recorded all in one session on a large screen porch in the bands native state of Maryland, which is one of Campfire Songs biggest advantages. Although this has become a bit of a cliché when discussing the album, the transition between "Queen in My Pictures" to "Doggy" is one of the most utterly amazing things Animal Collective has pulled off. On paper, a transition between two tracks doesn't sound all that impressive, but they pull it off with a grace and skill that I often find severely lacking on any of their other work.

Animal Collective, Feels (2005) The run from Campfire Songs to this, Animal Collective’s sixth album, still stands as their most productive period to date. Neither representing the culmination of their work during that period nor reflecting an entirely new direction for the band, the electric and freaked-out Feels featured Dibb and Weitz returning, along with a temporary fifth member contributing throughout: former Múm member Kristín Anna Valtýsdóttir, who was then married to Portner and would later get in the studio with him again on the intentionally. Fittingly, plenty of Strawberry Jam rough drafts made up setlists for the tour behind Feels - an explosive and trippy run of live shows that, in this writer’s opinion, would come to be matched only by the band’s incredible pre–Merriweather Post Pavilion itinerary.

Beyond its canonical interest, Campfire Songs has its own charms. Though rigorously composed, it feels deceptively spontaneous. The atmosphere is both inviting and severe, and startlingly vivid.

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