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Citing individual songs, Rolling Stone describes Aftermath as "an expansive collection of tough riffs 'It's Not Easy' and tougher acoustic blues 'High and Dry' ; of zooming psychedelia 'Paint It, Black'baroque-folk gallantry 'I Am Waiting' and epic groove the eleven minutes of ' Goin' Home ' ". He also notes how Richards' guitar riff and solo on the latter track are "minimalistic, in a fairly low tessitura and relatively emotionless", compared to previous Stones hits like " I Can't Get No Satisfaction", "Get Off of My Cloud" and "19th Nervous Breakdown".
Aftermath ' s diverse musical style contrasts the dark themes explored in Jagger and Richards' lyrics, which often scorn female lovers. Margotin and Gueson say that Jagger, who had been accused of misogyny before the album, is avenging real-life grievances with the songs, using "language and imagery that had the power to hurt".
Not all dumb, not by any means, but that's how one got. You got really cut off. In Guesdon and Margotin's view, the Stones express a more compassionate attitude towards women in "Mother's Little Helper", which examines a housewife 's reliance on pharmaceutical drugs to cope with her daily life, and in "Lady Jane"'s story of romantic courtship.
Overall, the darker themes lead Margotin and Guesdon to call Aftermath "a sombre album in which desolation, paranoia, despair and frustration are echoed as track succeeds track". Misogyny, as on "Under My Thumb", "may be just a tool for restoring the fragile narcissism and arrogance of the male narrator", muses the music scholar Norma Coates.
It may also be read "as part of a dark male fantasy world, perhaps constructed as a means of dealing with loneliness caused by a broken relationship or a series of broken relationships with women. However, the band uses musical connections between songs as well as the subtheme of travel, the use of feline metaphors for women and other lyrical connections to suggest that the characters whom lead singer Mick Jagger portrays throughout the album are really one and perhaps stem from the deep recesses of his psyche.
According to the music historian Simon Philo, like all the Stones' releases, Aftermath also reflects the band's "engagement" with Swinging London, a scene in which their decadent image afforded them a pre-eminent role by capturing the meritocratic ideals of youth, looks and wealth over social class.
The band's misgivings about their rock stardom are also touched on, including relentless concert tours in "Goin' Home" and fans who imitate them in "Doncha Bother Me", in which Jagger sings, "The lines around my eyes are protected by copyright law". The title controversy embroiled the Stones in a conflict with Decca, delaying Aftermath ' s release from March to April Rejected by Decca, the packaging was used instead for the US version of Big Hitsalbeit with a cover showing the band standing on the shore of the reservoir.
The front cover photo for Aftermath ' s British release was taken by Guy Webster and the cover design was done by Oldham, credited as "Sandy Beach". For the American edition's cover, David Bailey took a colour photo of Jones and Richards in front of Jagger, Watts and Wyman, and set it against a blurred black background.
According to Margotin and Guesdon, the photo was intentionally blurred as "an allusion to the psychedelic movement" and "corresponds better to the Stones' new artistic direction".
Aftermath ' s release was preceded by the Rolling Stones' two-week tour of Europe, which began on 25 March It stayed on the chart for 28 weeks. By 13 August, it had risen to number 2 behind the Beatles' Yesterday and Today. Aftermath received highly favourable reviews in the music press. Green said the music is unmistakably rock and roll and was especially impressed by Watts' drumming.
The magazine's reviewer applauded its focus "on big beat, power and interesting 'sounds'", noting how the use of dulcimer, sitar, organ, harpsichord, marimba and fuzz boxes creates an "overwhelming variety of atmospherics and tones".
While the lyrics' derisive attitude to women offended some listeners, this aspect received little attention in the British pop press or complaints from female fans. He said that the Stones' "archetypal girl", as first introduced in their song " Play with Fire ", was "rich, spoiled, confused, weak, using drugs, etc.
He said that in songs such as "Stupid Girl" and "Under My Thumb", the Stones had "defied a central taboo of the social system" and that "they have done so in the most radical and unacceptable way possible: by celebrating it. Some feminist writers defended Jagger's stance in "Under My Thumb". The reason — they attempt to sing. Rock aficionados class the Stones with the Beatles, but perhaps they haven't impressed a wider audience because their devotion to the music is pure: the Hollyridge Strings will never record an album of Jagger—Richard melodies.
But for anyone willing to discard his preconceptions, Aftermath is a great experience, a distillation of everything that rock and blues are about. Aftermath is considered the most important of the Rolling Stones' early albums. Aftermath is regarded as the most artistically formative of the Rolling Stones' early work. ClubHyden describes it as "a template for every classic Stones album that came afterward", crediting its "sarcastic, dark and casually shocking" songs with introducing themes Jagger would explore further in the future through a "complex, slippery persona" that allowed him to "be good and evil, man and woman, tough and tender, victim and victimiser".
This deliberately "confounding, complicated image" helped make Jagger one of the most captivating lead musicians in rock, Hyden concludes. The album proved influential in the development of rock music. Its dark content pioneered the darker psychological and social themes of glam rock and British punk rock in the s. Some of Aftermath ' s blues-oriented rock elements foreshadowed the blues-rock music of the late s. Aftermath is often considered the Rolling Stones' first classic album.
However, he adds that with the August release of RevolverAftermath appeared "limp, tame, dated". Some retrospective appraisals are critical towards the harsh treatment of female characters on the album. As Schaffner remarks, "the brutal thrust of such ditties as 'Stupid Girl,' 'Under My Thumb' and 'Out of Time' has since, of course, induced paroxysms of rage among feminists. Aftermath frequently appears on professional rankings of the best albums. In contemporaneous listings of the "coolest" albums, Rolling Stone and GQ ranked it second and 10th, respectively.
The album is also highlighted in popular record guides. It is named in Greil Marcus' anthology Stranded as Mirrored In Secrecy - Day Of Renewal (CD of his "Treasure Island" albums, comprising a personal discography of rock music's first 25 years. Based on Aftermath ' s appearances in professional rankings and listings, the aggregate website Acclaimed Music lists it as the 33rd most acclaimed album of the s and the th most acclaimed album in history.
All tracks are written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Hard rock pop rock blues rock art rock. US release by London Records. Ininspired by the formidable women around them, driven by the twin engines of ambition and drugs, the Rolling Stones continued a run of visionary hit singles and began to release albums that stood as crucial works of the era. The influence of a powerful new female energy on the Stones was undeniable … At the same time, it was the era of " Stupid Girl " and " Under My Thumb ," misogynist songs of dominance set to the Stones' darkest, most ardent music.
A second sample of the song, featuring marimba textures by Jones and guitar figures played by Richards in a low tessitura — both departures from the conventions of the band's earlier blues-based rock music. It was almost as if women in all their contradictory humanity symbolised the conditions of life that were the ultimate target of the Stones' anger. Aftermath Album) directly in the wake of the Stones' trilogy of songs based on their American Experience: " I Can't Get No Satisfaction ", " Get Off of My Cloud " and " 19th Nervous Breakdown ", and it establishes that they had gained sufficient confidence in their own writing prowess to present an album of all-original material.
Though perhaps they weren't aware of it then, their initial adrenalin rush which had sustained them for three years was just about exhausted. However, the sheer momentum of their struggle for Stateside supremacy enabled them to pull off this coup de grace without showing any signs of artistic fatigue. That is the Nazi and Stalinist view of art, where art is subordinate to a pre-fab political agenda. I consider it quite simply the best, Album). Altham, Keith 8 April New Musical Express.
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U of Minnesota Press. Archived from the original on 13 June Retrieved 1 December Acclaimed Music. Archived from the original on 6 October Retrieved 28 November Analog Planet. Scheduled for October, Fetch the Bolt Cutters instead dropped in April, enlivening countless quarantines with songs that feel lived-in, hard-won and, above all, homegrown: Dogs bark in the background, the singer bangs on a chair, doors creak, friends weave in and out.
There's a ramshackle quality to these shaggy, deeply human songs as Apple settles scores, reassesses her past and summons her own liberation from demons both internal and external.
She's made a masterwork that embodies the spirit and circumstances of the righteousness and rage, the cooped-up creativity, the unmistakable sense that a power surge is coming and we'd all best contribute to it or get out of the way. A jolt of sheer joie de vivrethe piece features flamboyant orchestration a duet for xylophone and piccolo? Then I turned to the grim and masterful Totentanz Dance of the Dead. Baritone Mark Stone sings the role of death with self-assured devilry, while mezzo-soprano Christianne Stotijn sensitively interprets his impotent victims.
The celestial, meditative start of Dark Matter"Stranger Than Fiction," marked the beginning of my new pandemic-induced dystopian existence. Turns out, Boyd was feeling a similar discomfort months earlier while writing the album. He told the French music service Qubuz that "there was a lot going on in the U. With Dark Matterit's like this force that binds us together that we can't really explain. But in those dark moments there was proactiveness, there was productivity, there were people coming together to unify, whether it was under an ideology, under a flag, under a social injustice.
Infused with electronic beats and jazz, grime and trip-hop, every song on the record fills the range of emotions I'm feeling right now. This album is a missive from alone time, whose parameters are wider and more fluid than common use of the term implies.
Classic introvert Bridgers redefines alone time in scenes that enrapture the listener, they are so vivid and unforced: When your insides are dissolving but you keep cool, when you find yourself talking to a memory, when you stay quiet because, as she nearly cries, "I wouldn't know where to start, wouldn't know when to stop.
Sadness and hope are inseparable here. Alone time can be good, a source of growth: "Let the dystopian morning light pour in," she sings, walking away with her longing, learning to love it. There's also "alone with," the stops and starts of unfolding intimacy — the unbearable lightness of maybe being together: "You're sick and you're married and you might be dying, but you're holding me like water in your hands.
Punisher says so much about the half-said, about the life of the racing mind and the halting heart, because Bridgers did not make it alone — the community she's built at only 25, after three years of constant musical exploration, surrounds these songs like skin holding a body's organs in, organic, flexible, hardly noticed as everyone focuses on the music's central beating heart.
It's the long, hot summer of and the hardest album out is by an incarcerated rapper who recorded the whole thing over a prison phone. Meanwhile, protestors flood the streets by the millions with cries to abolish prisons and police as the crooked criminal justice system proves Black lives matter less and less in America.
Call it irony. Call it tragedy. For Drakeo the Ruler, it's flat-out reality. Prosecutors are hanging their case against Drakeo on his lyrics, which only proves how much he's killing the game. It's fitting that Sam Hunt's a former college quarterback.
Charismatic and winning, he's the kind of guy that can sell something as silly as the chorus of his massive hit "Body Mirrored In Secrecy - Day Of Renewal (CD a Back Road" with a wink. An innovator, Hunt's already inspired a cohort of upstarts — the kind of guys who namecheck '90s country and s hip-hop on the same track. But in the years since his game-changing debut MontevalloHunt more or less benched himself, even as the Billboard Hot Country chart showed demand for his sound at an all-time high.
Nuanced and deliberate, Hunt deploys his influences with dexterity — take the slick Webb Pierce sample on "Hard to Forget," or the of-the-moment update to the country anthem "Breaking Up Was Easy in the 90's," or the confessional apology "Drinkin' Too Much. Reunions opens with Jason Isbell immediately asking a question: "What've I done to help?
That search for personal truth, for honesty and empathy persists throughout the album, whether he's singing songs that seem directly confessional, like the sobriety-anthem "It Gets Easier," or artfully blending bits of his own memories into the details of a childhood summertime in "Dreamsicle. Instead, you're hearing a gifted songwriter looking at the Big Picture: how where you've been affects where you are, and where you might end up.
Reunions is an album that, just like a real-life reunion, brings together the past and present, with an eye towards the future. Ka is Brownsville, N.
On previous records, he wove mythologies of samurai and chess and the ancient Greeks into his lived experience. His latest and best, Descendants Of Cain, finds him turning to the Old Testament for guidance through generational trauma. You get the feeling listening to this that Ka might actually be peerless as a writer; so many of these lines could be the basis for another rapper's entire song.
He can pull off technical brilliance — entendre is his bread and butter — but his most powerful, numbing lines feel less like acrobatic displays, more like proverbs told by a grizzled OG. At its core, Cain has a soulful, narratorial quality, one you might find in a noir film or in conversation with an older relative. It's capped off by album closer "I Love Mimi, Moms, Kev ," which ranks among the most touching rap songs about family ever.
This time five years ago, Lil Baby didn't know how to structure a song. But with the right mentorship, the will to learn and raw rhyme scheme skills informed by his life experiences, the Atlanta stalwart with a subdued tone has managed to stand out among the first half of the year's releases and rise to the occasion as this moment's reluctant rap hero.
Lil Baby's sophomore album, My Turnwas heavy on big hip-hop guest appearances, but the glitz never diluted the grit and sincerity of Baby's words. Nihilistic tracks like "Commercial" and "Woah" offset the introspective cuts like "Emotionally Scarred" to balance the artistic scales, showing the full shades of what trap game crusader has to fight for. Gia Margaret's album, There's Always Glimmeropens with her singing the line, "It's safe to say it's been a hard year.
An illness left her unable to sing, and what we hear on Mia Gargaret are mostly instrumental meditations, sounds of comfort, a beautiful exercise in turning limitations into strengths.
Some of the words we hear on the record include an excerpt from a lecture from writer and philosopher Alan Watts. His lectures online comforted Gia Margaret, and hearing him speak these words against her plaintive music feels comforting to me: "All that you see in front of you is how you feel inside your head.
At this moment in time, in this hard year, I need it. In fact, her given first name was Mtumwa, which literally means "slave" in Swahili. She rose from poverty to become the first woman to sing taarab, a cross-pollination of Arab and Indian music originally performed in the palaces of Zanzibar's Omani sultan.
Thanks to a pair of lungs as powerful as the monsoon winds blowing in from the subcontinent and a voice that called attention to the islands' history of social injustice, Saad turned the tables on the royal court's music and became one of the region's first international stars.
Now, 70 years after her death, Siti Binti Saad's taarab legacy has received a 21st century update thanks to her great-granddaughter, Siti Muharam, and Zanzibar's Dhow Countries Music Academy.
Siti Of Unguja is a transfixing listen, full of deep bass, celestial strings and Muharam's virtuoso-in-the-making vocals. The loping grooves, whose roots stretch back more than years, pulsate with a modern-day vibrancy that will appeal to anyone with a passing interest in jazz and electronic music. It's a stunning introduction to a music not quite like any other.
Parker might still be best known as the guitarist for the immortal Chicago post-rock group Tortoise, but he's got roots in that city's jazz scene that he's kept watered with collaborations, sideman gigs and solo projects through the years. This collection of ambient tracks, interludes, full-band workouts and focused jams includes contributions from prior partners Makaya McCraven and Rob Mazurek.
Parker's year-old daughter Ruby sings a lovely, hypnotic melody over the album's opening track, "Build a Nest. Both wiry and humidly ambient, "Fusion Swirl" is almost disorientingly immersive, built out of layers of drone, beats and melody played by Parker alone.
It's both urgent and patient, and changes like weather coming in the open window of a small room. Years after leaving Barranquilla for Toronto, Lido Pimienta watched Steve Harvey erroneously give Miss Colombia the Miss Universe crown and witnessed the racist backlash unfold in Colombian media after Harvey corrected the mistake and awarded the title to Miss Philippines.
Pimienta's second album, Miss Colombiaexplores the colonized premise of belonging to a country. Miss Colombia is the needle Pimienta uses to thread herself — a Black and Indigenous Wayuu Album), a mother — to the land upon which Colombia and its project of erasure was staked. Rage is a necessity. In turn, they are criticized for depicting the same kind of violence that can be found in any Hollywood movie by a white director. The full extent of NEGRO 's rage rattles through blown-out basement punk, feedbacking noise and liberation jazz; his laid-back raps become a serrated scream, weaponized blunt-force to combat the persistent trauma of police threats and violence.
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