|arch boy band|
It is made of, apparently, briskly alternating rhythmic-harmonic states; larger groupings articulated by stepwise ascents; and some gentle hipwise accents that play off that. Love that low "Luuuhhve . . . " in chest voice.
True Blue - Madonna [collected from Dave Marsh's Heart of Rock & Soul]
Her voice track is calibrated just far enough down in the mix to sound vulnerable, the sexual persona situated just so, unthreatening, fixed forever in place with all the power of the music-industrial complex. She is what the business wants her to be: a target of social projections.
|Seattle treasure Amy Denio|
Less a fully worked out song than a fully worked out sound: lusciously junky percussion and rhythm harmonica (?) glued together with a breathy flute. Really nice.
In Session at the Tintinabulary
December 21, 2015
Gradus 280 - Neal Kosály-Meyer