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Joe Vann (From Indian Lakes) Solo Album

Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by Spazzy McGee, Jun 12, 2020.

  1. Spazzy McGee

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    New song out today, Shuffle Around

     
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  2. Spazzy McGee

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  3. azzy01

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    very excited for this. his stripped-back songs are some of my favourites
     
  4. Spazzy McGee

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  5. jciswhatis

    Ugh, I hate America.

    Full album is now available everywhere.

    I really love it. He posted it to Patreon members earlier this week so been spinning it all week.

     
  6. FloatThroughMe

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    This is so good. Gives me Absent Sounds vibes.
     
  7. trevorshmevor

    and use a pretty font Supporter

    This rules. Pairs very nicely with the Dides record he did last year.
     
  8. Leftandleaving

    I will be okay. everything Supporter

    this really doesn't sound much different from fil haha
     
  9. jciswhatis

    Ugh, I hate America.

    “Shuffle Around,” came about one night in Vann’s old Harlem apartment shortly after lockdown was enforced. Vann switched a mic on and let it roll. The rest of the record followed that track, and was completed in two weeks. The recording setup was simple: “It was just me and my dog Bess laying down by my side,” says Vann.
     
  10. jciswhatis

    Ugh, I hate America.

    Vinyl up for order on his band camp -
     
  11. awakeohsleeper

    I do not exist.

    Brilliant album. Prefer it to the last FIL actually.
     
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  12. indecipherable

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    FIL is one of my favorites why is he releasing music under these different names if FIL is already just him?
     
  13. jciswhatis

    Ugh, I hate America.

    He has said that the last FIL album was mostly just him doing it all but he kept the same name anyway.

    But he also said he felt like he approached this album differently than he did a FIL album. And the songs were written very stripped down compared to how he would do a FIL.

    So I'm sure it's a mixture of that and that maybe there was other members of FIL that would be upset if he released an album without any of their input? This last part is a total guess on my part as I don't know which members of FIL have been around for the duration of the band.