Metallica - Fuel (8D SOUND)
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Metallica - Fuel (8D SOUND)
Yet few got as sensitive throughout her long career. She absorbed the work of songwriters like Bob Dylan, whose "Positively 4th Street" tweaked her perspective on what poetic writing could sound like.
For many years, Mitchell's view of this debut album was less than appreciative. (She once memorably described Song to a Seagull as sounding "like it was recorded under a Jello bowl.") Producer David Crosby chose to arrange extra microphones in the studio, which led to an excess of ambient noise on the tape and an overall nightmare in post-production. Yet Mitchell's introduction to the recording world still captured her enthusiasm and natural talent. "Night in the City," with Stephen Stills on bass, is jaunty and confident. It's also an excellent example of Mitchell's cunning but controlled vocal, as "music comes spilling out into the street / colors go waltzing in time."
"In order to write again there's going to have to be a real shift in me," Mitchell admitted to The Canadian Press in 2002. "Where that will come from, I don't know." Five years later, that shift finally happened, and Mitchell released another album of new material. Like "Big Yellow Taxi" from nearly four decades earlier, "This Place" is a pleasant-sounding number that offers a grim prognosis. Here, she laments a climate weakened by human interference: "When this place looks like a moonscape, don't say I didn't warn ya."
For their sixth studio album, Sheffield shape-shifters Rolo Tomassi expanded their sound to become one of the most supple and surprising groups in the British canon. Counterbalancing their fearsome sonic fury with moments of ethereal calm, Where Myth Becomes Memory points a way forward for the group for the coming decade. (IW)
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