Thurston Moore - Rock N Roll Consciousness FLAC album
Title: Rock N Roll Consciousness
Style: Alternative Rock
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Rock n Roll Consciousness is the fifth studio album by American rock musician, Thurston Moore. The album was released on 28 April 2017 by Caroline Records worldwide and Fiction Records in Europe and United States. The album for the first time in Moore's work was produced by Paul Epworth. All tracks written by Thurston Moore and Radio Radieux, except with noted. Japanese bonus tracks. Thurston Moore - vocals, guitars. James Sedwards - guitars. Debbie Googe - bass guitars, backing vocals.
The new album from Thurston Moore, ‘Rock N Roll Consciousness’, finds the Sonic Youth co-founder and al. ock icon at his exploratory best. track ‘Vocabularies’, from his 2015 album The Best Day; this time out Radieux contributes lyrics to three of Rock N Roll Consciousness’ five songs: ‘Exalted’, ‘Cusp’ and ‘Aphrodite’.
Rock n Roll Consciousness is an album about love-if not an album of love songs per se. Moore isn’t singing to his girlfriend here-he’s addressing mythical goddesses and the mystique of big cities at night and the changing of the seasons. Like The Best Day, the new record features lyrical contributions from London poet Radio Radieux, whose cosmic vocabulary-with its references to the prophetess, peyote walkers, magic drums, and vibration love -allows Moore to mine the ecstatic without losing his ageless, dead-cool drawl.
Former Sonic Youth frontman Thurston Moore has announced the new five-song solo record Rock n Roll Consciousness, due April 28 on Caroline International. It’s an apt title for a song that feels like a foggy trance. Moore’s current band includes My Bloody Valentine bassist Debbie Googe, former Sonic Youth drummer Steve Shelley, and James Sedwards. The band is currently touring as Thurston Moore Group. Thurston Moore Rock n Roll Consciousness cover: Tags: Sonic Youth, Thurston Moore.
Thurston Moore's time at the Buddhist-influenced Naropa University led him to his new album. That scene of playing improvised and experimental music is a place where you don't have much anxiety about getting music industry support," Moore says. The title for his new album, Rock n Roll Consciousness, which is released today, came to him as an epiphany during a recent American summer, where he was teaching a writing workshop at Naropa University, a Buddhist-influenced school in Boulder, Colorado that was co-founded by Allen Ginsberg. An archivist of underground poetry", Moore would peruse Naropa's Buddhist texts, where consciousness was a prominent term.
Former Sonic Youth frontman Thurston Moore returns later this month with Rock N Roll Consciousness, first new album in two years, which was recorded with his current touring band that includes former SY compatriot Steve Shelley on drums and My Bloody Valentine’s Deb Googe on bass. Below, you can check out the record’s first single, Smoke of Dreams. The five-song album, due out April 28, is produced by Paul Epworth (The Pop Group, Adele), and also features James Seawards on additional guitar. And the lyrics to three of the five songs are either written or co-written by poet Radio Radieux
Rock N Roll Consciousness, musically and conceptually, is a chronicle of everything that's led to that shift. The gargantuan Brancan chords in "Aphrodite. The Swans-esque moments of doom in "Exalted. Rock N Roll Consciousness was recorded last year and primed for release before the results of November's election. After Trump won, Moore felt the contentious social climate that immediately followed and decided to postpone its arrival until the spring.