This entry was originally posted on TheLarchWood “Skating In Central Park” was originally written by John Lewis for “Odds Against Tomorrow”, a 1959’s film produced and directed by Robert Wise. The Modern Jazz Quartet recorded the tune for the film and for their album Music from Odds Against Tomorrow and released it in 1959 on United Artists Record. Bill Evans and Jim Hall re-record the waltz and released it on their 1962 album Undercurrent on United Artists, which Jazz critic Pete Welding stated: “This collaboration between Evans and Hall has resulted in some of the most beautiful, thoroughly ingratiating music it has been my pleasure to hear—now or any other time. Each of the selections is suffused with a lyric charm, a tenderness, an elegance, an unabashed romanticism that take one’s breath away. These joint inventions have the stamp of inevitability about them, the ring of utter verity in every line and note—the result of a perfect meeting of minds.Yet not only is the music remarkable for its delicacy and subtlety of interaction, it is …
If you type in Le Mariage Collectif or simply Collective Marriage on Google, it’s definitely unlike most of the search results you would get for a movie. There’s not much out there on internet about it that might be of your interest. Mariage Collectif has been anything but remembered by history as an important movie, that’s for sure, a fact even admitted by the press release for its soundtrack. A 1971’s French drama based upon a married couple having difficulties in sexual relationship. Sounds lame, right? Well, not everything about this movie is as lame as you think it might be. Conversely, Mariage Collectif could be taken as a minor classic as well. But what has really been noteworthy and significant about it is the soundtrack from Jean-Pierre Mirouze and the story behind the recovery of the album. Even though, Mariage Collectif’s soundtrack is considered one of the most fascinating album out there and has influenced many sounds of 21st century, the album was once long forgotten and had been conserved through only a handful …
It’s your usual moody Saturday again and what could be better than listening to some moody indie rock ballad that runs along with the runaway pop culture with resembling pace and motion. From Mitski’s fifth studio album Be the Cowboy, Nobody is TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day getting 5 conifer cones out of 5 for the day. Listen Below.
I remember listening to Springsteen for the first time on some online radio back in 2012. It was sublime. Reminded me of my high school romance that I had thought I would not be able to live without. But there I was….taking a long walk off a short pier. Springsteen was released as a single off Eric Church’s third studio album Chief on February 21, 2012. The song was written by Church, Jeff Hyde and Ryan Tyndell and was inspired by a memory of a girl and tells the story of a teenage romance. Even though the song carries enough glimmer to feel like Spring, the title is originally centered around Church’s idol: Bruce Springsteen. Springsteen is TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day getting 5 conifer cones out of 5 for the day. Listen Below.
Almost a year ago on March 30th, 2018 Kacey Musgraves released her fourth studio album Golden Hour through MCA Nashville. Kacey co-wrote and co-produced all the 13 tracks in the album with Daniel Tashian and Ian Fitchuk. And there’s no better time to listen to it than March itself. The 2nd track off Golden Hour: Lonely Weekend is TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day getting 5 conifer cones out of 5 for the day. Listen Below.
One distinctive feature of Poemme’s 2017’s album BLOOMING SPRING has to be its arbitrary emancipation. The album isn’t restricted to any emotional boundaries. It doesn’t deliver a sense of deep melancholy or morbidness, neither does it express an utmost bliss that goes beyond our cognition. Rather it gives out a feeling of a conventional and convivial life that we are fastened with. The 3rd track off Blooming Spring is TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day getting 5 conifer cones out of 5 for the day. Listen Below.
Holocene was released as the second single off Bon Iver’s eponymous album Bon Iver, Bon Iver on September 5th, 2011. It’s a 5:43 minutes of auditory and visual delight that will leave you in absolute awe after witnessing. Holocene is TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day getting 5 conifer cones out of 5 for the day. Listen Below. visit LarchWood for more!
Let’s get right into the song! It’s Sunday after all and I don’t want your time to be wasted whatsoever..!! Have a greaaat day while you listen to The Weepies. Learning to Fly is TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day getting 5 conifer cones out of 5 for the day. Listen Below. visit LarchWood for more!
It’s usually when you like an album, you keep on listening to it until you hate it. Yeah, that has been the case; quite often. But not for an album like pom pom. It’s been almost 5 years and it doesn’t feel like pom pom is going to fade away from our liking anytime soon. Beside, who wouldn’t wanna listen to an upbeat pop n’ rock record on a Saturday….! Ariel Pink’s White Freckles is TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day getting 5 conifer cones out of 5 for the day. Listen Below. Don’t forget to have a fun weekend!! visit LarchWood for more!
What could be better than listening to some soulful ambient record in a fuzzy Friday morning! Stone in Focus is TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day getting 5 conifer cones out of 5 for the day. Listen Below. visit LarchWood for more!
You know it. You just know this song! its red, its possum and its on your lip. The 4th track off Ariel Pink’s last project on 4AD, pom pom. Lipstick is TheLarchWood’s Song of the Day getting 5 conifer cones out of 5 for the day. Listen Below. visit LarchWood for more!
In 1818 on a fascinating Christmas Eve Silent Night was performed for the first time at St Nicholas parish church in Oberndorf, Austria.