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- Released: July 5, 2011
- Originally Released: 1998
- Label: Atlantic Recording Corporation
Entertainment Weekly - 10/9/98, p.84"Sheik hasn't abandoned the crafted folk-pop sound of his '96 debut; he's added more atmospheric lushness....Despite some overworked, smarty-pants lyrics, it's a lovely mesh of sense and sonics." - Rating: B+
- 1.In Between
- 2.Rubbed Out
- 3.Bite Your Tongue
- 5.Varying Degrees Of Con Artistry
- 6.That Says It All
- 7.Everyone, Everywhere
- 8.A Body Goes Down
- 9.Nothing Special
- 10.House Full Of Riches
Personnel: Duncan Sheik (vocals, acoustic, nylon string, electric, slide, baritone, resonator, & steel string guitars, harmonium, synthesizer); Simon Hale (conductor); Gerry Leonard (acoustic & electric guitars); Abdellah Miry (violin); Jaron Lanier (alto flute, Hu Lu Si); Rupert Hine (piano, harmonium); Jeff Allen (acoustic, Mexican 6-string acoustic, electric, 5-string fretless & 5-string fretted basses); Mark Plati (bass); Jay Belrose, Matt Johnson (drums); Trevor Morais (bass drum); Juliet Prater (bodhran, percussion); Spooky Ghost (loops); The London Session Orchestra.
Principally recorded at El Cortijo, Andalucia, Spain and Warm Pod, New York, New York.
Personnel: Duncan Sheik (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano, harmonium); Gerry Leonard (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); London Session Orchestra (strings, flute, clarinet); Jaron Lanier (alto flute); Rupert Hine (piano, harmonium, background vocals); Jeff Allen (acoustic bass, 6-string bass); Matt Johnson (drums); Trevor Morais (bass drum); Juliet Prater (bodhran, percussion).
Audio Mixer: Bob Clearmountain.
Recording information: Cortijo, Andalucia, Spain; Looking Glass Studios, New York, NY; Mix This!, Pacific Palisades, CA; Teac; Warm Pod, NY.
Photographer: Julian Broad.
Arranger: Simon Hale.
Moving beyond the sensitive, progressive mission statement of his self-titled premiere, Duncan Sheik's follow-up, HUMMING deepens his sonic message, maintaining the up-front intimacy of the first album while adding further layers of sound. Reuniting with production luminary Rupert Hine, Sheik remains every bit the vulnerable poet; HUMMING, however, finds him donning the mantle of seasoned professional. On the opener, "In Between," orchestral arrangements swim in and out of the song's central, acoustic core, including a piano part reminiscent of mid-'80s Talk Talk. "That Says It All" is an earnest paean to his heroes, namechecking his inspirations, including the requisite nod to Nick Drake, an undeniable touchstone (and a flattering comparison) for Sheik. The songwriter's development is driven home by the album's closer, the meditative, jazzy "Nichiren."
- Sales Rank: 92,806
- UPC: 075678313820
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