Andrew Bird Break It Yourself (CD + DVD)
Magnet: "[A] collection of tracks that feels more raw, more freewheeling and slightly riskier....He creates textures, punctured by emotional and sonic peaks and valleys."
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- Number of Discs: 2
- Released: March 6, 2012
- Originally Released: 2012
- Label: Mom & Pop Music
Rolling Stone - p.643.5 stars out of 5 -- "Bird gets direct, even confrontational. 'Desperation Breeds...' sets the tone, opening the record with a dark blast of piano-guitar discord."
Uncut - p.82"[T]he LP's two highlights hit a perfectly judged pitch of heartbreak: 'Lusitania', which tramps the dream prairies of early Grant Lee Buffalo, and best of all, 'Sifters', a lovely lullaby of departure..."
Magnet - p.52"[A] collection of tracks that feels more raw, more freewheeling and slightly riskier....He creates textures, punctured by emotional and sonic peaks and valleys."
Tracks on Disc 1:
- 1.Desperation Breeds...
- 3.Danse Caribe
- 4.Give It Away
- 6.Lazy Projector
- 7.Near Death Experience Experience
- 8.Behind the Barn
- 10.Orpheu Looks Back
- 12.Fatal Shore
- 13.Hole in the Ocean Floor
Tracks on Disc 2:
- 1.Danse Caribe - (remix, mono)
- 2.Orpheo Looks Back
- 3.Lazy Projector
- 6.I'm Goin' Home
- 7.Fatal Shore
Personnel: Andrew Bird (vocals, guitar, violin, whistle); Jeremy Ylvisaker (guitar, keyboards, background vocals); Mike Lewis (tenor saxophone, background vocals); Martin Dosh (drums).
Audio Mixers: David Boucher; Neal Jensen.
Recording information: Metrosonic Studio, Brooklyn, NY; Santa Monica, CA; The Barn.
Illustrator: Jay Ryan .
Crafty violinist, minutia-loving songwriter, and peerless whistler Andrew Bird's highly anticipated sixth studio album, Break It Yourself, is his first collection of new songs since 2009's Noble Beast.
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