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Julia Jacklin - Crushing Scaricare
Interprete:
Julia Jacklin
Album:
Crushing
Stile:
Indie Rock
Rilasciato:
2019
Paese:
Australia
Etichetta:
Liberation Records
Catalogo:
LRCD0008
Dimensione FLAC:
2573 mb
Dimensione MP3:
2894 mb
Dimensione WMA:
1261 mb


Tracklist


1Body
2You Were Right
3When The Family Flies In
4Pressure To Party
5Turn Me On
6Good Guy
7Convention
8Don't Know How To Keep Loving You
9Head Alone
10Comfort


Versioni


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PRC-378Julia Jacklin Crushing ‎(LP, Album, Gre)Polyvinyl Record CompanyPRC-378US2019
LRLP0008Julia Jacklin Crushing ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Gre)Liberation MusicLRLP0008Australia2019
LRLP0008Julia Jacklin Crushing ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Ora)Liberation MusicLRLP0008Australia2019
PRC-378Julia Jacklin Crushing ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Ora)Polyvinyl Record CompanyPRC-378US2019
TRANS384K7Julia Jacklin Crushing ‎(Cass, Album)Transgressive RecordsTRANS384K7US2019


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  • Barcode: 9341004063723


Aziende


  • Record Company – Liberation Records – LRCD0008


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Album


Crushing is the second studio album by Australian musician Julia Jacklin. It was released in February 2019 under Polyvinyl Record Co. Transgressive Records and Liberation Records. At the ARIA Music Awards of 2019, the album was nominated for six awards Best Female Artist, Best Adult Contemporary Album, Best Independent Release, Producer of the Year, Engineer of the Year and Best Cover Art. Crushing by Julia Jacklin, released 22 February 2019 1. Body 2. Head Alone 3. Pressure To Party 4. Don't Know How To Keep Loving You 5. When The Family Flies In 6. Convention 7. Good Guy 8. You Were Right 9. Turn Me Down 10. Crushing is a heart-breaking collection of - at times - painfully intimate, autobiographical songs of life, love, break-ups and human fragility the weight of emotions wrought in each masterful compositions reflects the album's title, but underscoring this cathartic release, everything will ultimately be fine. Julia Jacklin. The dual senses of that word hang heavy in the title of this Sydney singer-songwriters second album, which ruminates on infatuations turned millstones over haunted Americana and garage rock. So yes: a barrel of laughs. But truly, in among the scab- and finger-picking and lines that creep into your ear and needle Do you still have that photograph Would you use it to hurt me Jacklin wonders among the watercolour chord progressions of Body are indeed blasts of bitter humour. On her second album, Julia Jacklin is discovering her body, and she just wants to see it for herself. Give me a full-length mirrorSo I can see the whole picture, the Australian singer-songwriter implores My head alone gives nothing away. Across 10 songs, Jacklin examines relationships in crisis, all the while fighting to center herself in the viewfinder and repossess her body, heart, and mind. Started listening to your favorite bandThe night I stopped listening to you, she sings on You Were Right, a song that kick-starts the arduous process of extracting a one-time partners opinions from her own. Julia Jacklins Crushing is a terrifically complicated breakup record thats got a hangar full of delights readied for takeoff. Do you still have that photograph Would you use it to hurt me asks Australian indie rocker Julia Jacklin, against the menacing throb of Body. The tension is stormy: imagine a mid-period Fleetwood Mac song, covered by Cat Power. Its a masterclass in narrative songwriting. With her evocative, uneasy debut album, Don't Let the Kids Win, singersongwriter Julia Jacklin found critical and a certain amount of commercial success, reaching the Top 50 of the album chart in her native Australia. The follow-up, Crushing, is also intimate and narrative-based but manages to raise the stakes on intimacy. That's due in large part to the subject matter but also a recording directive to leave in natural sounds like breaths, instrument creaks, and refingering squeaks. Elsewhere on Crushing, Jacklin brings her exacting reflection to songs on loss. With its transportive harmonies and slow-burning guitar solo, Dont Know How to Keep Loving You ponders the heartache in fading affection I want your mother to stay friends with mineI want this feeling to pass in time . Throughout Crushing, that sense of confidence manifests in one of the most essential elements of the album: the captivating strength of Jacklins lyrics. Not only proof of her ingenuity and artistic generosity, Jacklins uncompromising specificity and infinitely unpredictable turns of phrase ultimately spring from a certain self-possession in the songwriting process. Songs in album Julia Jacklin - Crushing 2019. Julia Jacklin - Body. Julia Jacklin - Head Alone. Julia Jacklin - Pressure To Party. Julia Jacklin - Don't Know How To Keep Loving You. Julia Jacklin - When The Family Flies In. Julia Jacklin - Convention. Julia Jacklin - Good Guy. Julia Jacklin - You Were Right. Julia Jacklin - Turn Me Down. Julia Jacklin - Comfort. Genre: Singer-Songwriter. After suffering a recent breakup, Julia Jacklin has written a body of songs that express the pendulous swings brought about by that major life event, from elated liberty to shattered insecurity. Crushing's directness is its strength. Full Review. Released February 22, 2019. Crushing Tracklist. Body Lyrics. Crushing was written in the two years Julia spent touring after the success of Dont Let the Kids Win. The album tackles themes such as isolation on tour and sexism within the boys club that is the modern music industry. Many of the songs also deal with a breakup that Jacklin herself initiated. She explains: There are so many songs that you can hear that are all about being broken up with or wanting someone back, or telling someone to go away