Okkervil River - Down Down the Deep River [2013] [Single]

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Down Down the Deep River — первый сингл с нового альбома The Silver Gymnasium. который выходит 3 сентября.
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1. It Was My Season
2. On A Balcony
3. Down Down The Deep River
4. Pink-Slips
5. Lido Pier Suicide Car
6. Where The Spirit Left Us
7. White
8. Stay Young
9. Walking Without Frankie
10. All The Time Every Day
11. Black Nemo
12. Do The Crawl (LP only)
13. From A Cutlass Cruiser (LP only)

Okkervil River - The Silver Gymnasium [2013]
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1. It Was My Season
2. On A Balcony
3. Down Down The Deep River
4. Pink-Slips
5. Lido Pier Suicide Car
6. Where The Spirit Left Us
7. White
8. Stay Young
9. Walking Without Frankie
10. All The Time Every Day
11. Black Nemo

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Artist: Okkervil River
Album: The Silver Gymnasium
Label: ATO
Playtime: 48:59 min
Genre: Indie
URL: http://www.atorecords.com
Rip date: 2013-08-30
Street date: 2013-09-03
Size: 92.12 MB
Type: Normal
Quality: 250 kbps / 4410Hz / Joint Stereo

Release Notes

7th album from the great orchestral Okkervil River. So much fun. Next week is
a very good time for indie fans. Buy this on vinyl, the cover is cool.

Track List

01. It Was My Season ( 4:26)
02. On A Balcony ( 3:04)
03. Down Down The Deep River ( 6:32)
04. Pink-Slips ( 3:39)
05. Lido Pier Suicide Car ( 5:31)
06. Where The Spirit Left Us ( 3:47)
07. White ( 3:06)
08. Stay Young ( 4:19)
09. Walking Without Frankie ( 5:00)
10. All The Time Every Day ( 4:37)
11. Black Nemo ( 4:58)

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Обалдеть, больше десяти лет прошло. По ссылке вот:

Black Sheep Boy: Early Drafts On The Road, 2004: never-before-heard demos and rough drafts of these classic songs, recorded by Will on the road while the album was first starting to take shape. Also includes a "tour diary" sort of narration, as Will was simultaneously keeping an audio journal during this pivotal time in the band's history. A must-have for any fan of Okkervil, particularly of this record!

Track Listing
1. A Stone
2. Black Sheep Boy
3. In a Radio Song
4. A King and a Queen
5. No Key, No Plan
6. Get Big7. The Latest Toughs
8. Glad
9. A Glow
10. For Real
11. So Come Back, I Am Waiting
12. In Someone's Backyard

Available as High Quality MP3, FLAC, or Apple Lossless downloads.  If you are unsure what file format to choose, please select MP3. 

Art Print: Will's hand-drawn re-interpretation of William Schaff's iconic "Black Sheep Boy" cover image, in a limited-edition, hand-numbered letterpress print created by The Arm in Brooklyn. Measures 8" x 10". Scroll down for pic.
Limited Edition Print - $30.00 + shipping
Demos Download - $10.00
Print + Download - $40.00 + shipping (Only $30.00 for both!)
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Okkervil River – 2016.Away

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01. Okkervil River R.I.P. (06:41)
02. Call Yourself Renee (07:07)
03. The Industry (04:31)
04. Comes Indiana Through the Smoke (04:45)
05. Judey on a Street (07:17)
06. She Would Look for Me (07:03)
07. Mary on a Wave (05:11)
08. Frontman in Heaven (07:44)
09. Days Spent Floating (in the Halfbetween) (06:55)

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FLAC 376.52 Мб rusfolder mail
The Grasshopper lies heavy

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a r t i s t :: Okkervil River
t i t l e :: Away
d a t e :: 2016-00-00
l a b e l :: ATO Records
g e n r e :: Indie
s o u r c e :: CD
b i t r a t e :: 254 kbps avg
e n c o d e r :: LAME 3.98.4 -V 0
t r a c k s :: 9
p l a y t i m e :: 57:13
s i z e :: 104.5MB


1 Okkervil River R.I.P. 6:41
2 Call Yourself Renee 7:07
3 The Industry 4:31
4 Comes Indiana Through The Smoke 4:45
5 Judey On A Street 7:16
6 She Would Look For Me 7:03
7 Mary On A Wave 5:11
8 Frontman In Heaven 7:44
9 Days Spent Floating (In The 6:55


Away is the first Okkervil River album without Okkervil River on it. Will
Sheff’s backing band has been a revolving door for a while now, yet even as
new faces came and went, they’d always conducted themselves as a real band,
especially on the road, where their live shows remained as feverish as ever.
But after a tumultuous few years marked by loss and even more lineup changes
than usual, Sheff was left questioning whether he even wanted to continue the
group. The frontman approached Away like a solo project, writing it on his own
and cherry-picking session players to help him record. And as part of that new
approach, Sheff turned his back on the frothy rock‘n’roll that had previously
driven the band’s finest moments.

To start, on Away, Sheff has said that he tried to avoid working with rock
musicians. “I’m not as interested in rock‘n’roll as I used to be,” he said. “I
don’t really think of this as rock.” And so for Away he went full Astral
Weeks, stacking the deck with jazz, folk, and classical musicians, including
members of the orchestral ensemble yMusic and Marissa Nadler, who lends
harmony vocals throughout. Drummer Cully Symington is the only carryover from
the last incarnation of Okkervil River, and from his featherlight, Connie
Kay-esque brush work here, you’d never guess he’s the same guy who’s been
drumming for Cursive for the last few years.

Sheff ratifies his fresh start by symbolically killing off the band on the
album opener “Okkervil River R.I.P.” “They had some great songs/Must have been
a great time so long ago,” he sings on the nearly seven-minute elegy to his
past, his creaky voice rising to an early-Dylan sneer as the song is hugged by
some familiar Wurlitzer organ. Those woozy organs have been an Okkervil River
signature since the very first song of their first record, but here they serve
as a callback to something lost, a little more kindling for the funeral pyre.

A nearly seven-minute opener could be an album’s flagship statement, but Away
is packed with so many songs that approach or pass the seven-minute mark that
none carries more weight than any other. A modestly fit listener could run a
mile in the time it takes to get through the gentlest number, “Call Yourself
Renee,” a soft parade of strings and woodwinds with the hushed quality of Nick
Drake. The twinkling “Judey on a Street” is even longer and in less of hurry.
Sheff frames it as a lesson about the virtues of patience: “I’m gonna wait for
my girl to come,” he sings, “She always takes a little time.” And so do these

Away’s unflashy, lyrics-first approach marks a correction from Okkervil
River’s production-centric last couple of records, 2011’s prickly I Am Very
Far and 2013’s openhearted The Silver Gymnasium. The latter album was pitched
on a clever gimmick: Sheff took on the big pop aesthetics of his childhood,
tapping the same vein of ’80s nostalgia that made Netflix’s “Stranger Things”
such a sleeper hit this summer. It was a play for a wider audience, and a
spirited one, but the public didn’t bite. Now, a songwriter who once passed
himself off as so indifferent to the spotlight that he made an entire record
about it—and then a sequel—fears being shut out. (“I’ve been up and down in my
career, and I’ve spent time worrying about it,” Sheff admitted to NPR.) Those
anxieties come across on “The Industry,” the closest Away comes to a rock
song. “I thought that it was us against the world,” Sheff croons, “but now
it’s me against something so big and abstract that I can’t tell what it is.”

Sheff isn’t really interested in sour grapes, though. Instead of griping about
an industry that’s no longer working for him, he made a change and tested out
a new direction. Away doesn’t aim for the rafters the way Okkervil River did
on their best albums, when Sheff was unabashedly playing to the crowd. But
there’s a sense that he’s making the record for himself, and an attendant
thrill that comes from eavesdropping on that. Away’s scope may be personal,
but its takeaways are universal. It’s a touching album about moving on, about
the satisfaction of leaving the past behind before it leaves you.

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Artist ............: Okkervil River
Album .............: In The Rainbow Rain
Label .............: ATO Records
Genre .............: Indie
URL ................ http://www.atorecords.com
Rip Date ........... 2018-04-25
Street date ........ 2018-04-27
Playtime ........... 48:49
Size ............... 93.39 mb
Type ............... Normal
Quality ............ 253 kbps / 44.1khz / Full Stereo

..:: T R A C K L i S T ::..

1 Famous Tracheotomies 4:55
2 The Dream And The Light 6:49
3 Love Somebody 4:13
4 Family Song 5:10
5 Pulled Up The Ribbon 4:11
6 Don't Move Back To LA 4:38
7 Shelter Song 4:59
8 How It Is 3:34
9 External Actor 4:08
10 Human Being Song 6:12

Okkervil River - In the Rainbow Rain (2018)
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Давно хотел спросить. А у вила есть какоето заболевание? Ну тоесть лицо глаза, как будто чтото похожее на синдрома дауна или чтото на подобие. Один из любимейших музыкантов 2000х
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******6/10 Okkervil River - In the Rainbow Rain
Основное что хотел сказать Уилл было сказанно с 2005-2008 там был космос. Сейчас градус спал, но весьма крепкий альбом для одних для других достижение несбыточных масштабов. Отличная пластинка.

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