Posts Tagged ‘joy orbison’

0154 James Blake – Overgrown @ 3:35

Monday, July 1st, 2013

“..time passes and the constants stay”

While the bass that opens up this first track of the album is amazing, it’s this big orchestral sound at 3:35 that announces and confirms what he’s all about, and where he’s going.

Overgrown 3:03 – 3:50

From Overgrown, released through Atlas Records, 2013

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http://www.thebestpartsofsongs.com/2011/09/0125-james-blake-deeds-120/

0076 Joy Orbison – The Shrew Would Have Cushioned The Blow @ 2:54

Sunday, May 16th, 2010

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This one is not obvious right away unless you know the track. Up until this point, we’re riding a synth wave that does not let up. Finally the drums do, which you can hear at the beginning of the clip, but the best part is when the drums come back in without the synth.

You can hear the synth start up a bit later on again, but around that early 3:00 mark, it’s a nice breath of fresh air to hear the track open up like that.

Geeky post I know :)  This artist is cool and I wanted to post him up here.

The Shrew Would have Cushioned the Blow 2:46 – 3:26

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From The Shrew Would have Cushioned the Blow (EP), released through Simple Records in 2010.