Joanna Newsom has added more dates to her String/Keys Incident tour. The tour will feature rare and intimate performances by Joanna alone: solo voice, harp and piano. The tour, which begins in Philadelphia in September, runs through until October, where it ends in Milwaukee. As yet, she has not announced any European dates.
Newsom’s best songs may well still be in front of her. Still, here are 10 of the most technically accomplished and otherworldly tracks she’s released thus far. 10. Peach, Plum, Pear This is a particularly cutting song from album full of them, her classic debut LP. I have read the right book, to interpret your look. You were knocking me down, with the palm of your eye, she sings, as if intimated. The instrumentation flows easily between keys and bells with an exuberant, bright bounce. Drums slip in and out, of the mix, too, more a featured texture than a beat. Yet, the driving force is Newsom’s percussive lyrics.
Divers, Newsom’s recently released fourth album, is as meticulously architected as her sentences, and the most graceful, ornate emblem of a decade-plus career. Her full-length debut, 2004’s The Milk-Eyed Mender, introduced her Lyon & Healy’s gilded Medieval peals and her singular timbre, as rich and sour as curdled cream as it swoops across octaves and spectrums. Since that LP’s release, Newsom has divided listeners as easily as she cops to hating bananas. That is really funny that it’s phrased as a split seven-inch I did with the Black Keys because it was just a little seven-inch we did for our friend’s wedding - that’s probably why it’s so rare! He must have made only 100 or 200 of those.
Ys (/ˈiːs/ EESS) is the second studio album by American musician Joanna Newsom. It was released by Drag City on November 6, 2006. The album was produced by Newsom and Van Dyke Parks, recorded by Steve Albini, mixed by Jim O'Rourke, with accompanying orchestral arrangements by Van Dyke Parks. It features guest vocals from Newsom's then-boyfriend Bill Callahan and from her sister, Emily Newsom
Joanna Newsom has announced her first live shows since 2016. The incredibly titled Strings/Keys Incident kicks off in September in Philadelphia and currently wraps up the following month in Milwaukee. According to a press release, the concerts will feature rare and intimate performances by Joanna alone: solo voice, harp and piano. Check out her itinerary below. Joanna Newsom’s latest LP, Divers, arrived in 2015. Since then, her discography has come to streaming services and cassette
Cee Lo Green, Shura and Low also performed. The Arcs, the side-project from Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys, performed on Tuesday night (November 3) on Late. ith Jools Holland. Auerbach and co released their debut album ‘Yours, Dreamily’ in September, and played the song ‘Outta My Mind’ live on Jools. Also performing on the BBC Two music show was Cee Lo Green, who performed recent single ‘Music To My Soul’ and new song ‘Cee Lo Green Sings The Blues’. Harpist Joanna Newsom performed ‘Leaving The City’ from her new album ‘Divers’, while Manchester upcomer Shura played her song ‘Touch’
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