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Pulling together an incredible ensemble of musicians, O’Neill is backed by a luscious layering of baritone sax and contrabass clarinet by Stuart Bogie (Arcade Fire, David Byrne & St Vincent, Iron &Wine, Sharon Van Etten), synth/keys by Frank Lo Crasto (Cass Mc Combs), soulful vocals by Shayna Steele (Hairspray Live, Bette Midler), cello by Dave Eggar (Patti Smith, Frank Ocean, Paul Simon, Sia), bass by Jacob Silver (Charles Bradley, Lauren Hill, Lucinda Williams), and co-produced with 2 x Grammy winner Diko Shoturma (Bjork, St Vincent, David Crosby), the album sounds huge.
Opening with the call to action “Bridge Builder”, Matthew says, “’Bridge Builder’ exists at a confluence of Native American ways, failing political systems, concepts of personal freedom, and alternative positive futures”.
These contradictory musical elements combine beautifully with album’s message.
But there’s plenty of style to accompany the substance.
While the shimmering and soulfully progressive “Louisiana” hints at the 70’s, he soon offers a more experimental twist on the singer songwriter format with the brass heavy “There You Go Again”, before diving headfirst into the cocksure, irresistible groove of “Alzheimer’s Blues”.
Though a consistent and full sounding collection, the album rarely repeats a trick, innovating, building and exploring from beginning to end.
All of the "Sweetzerland Manifesto" tracks were either written by Perry or a collaboration between the guitarist and his guest vocalist, the lone exception is a cover of PF Sloan's "Eve of Destruction", featuring Perry himself on vocals while Depp provides drums.Well, where other reissue labels fear to tread Real Gone Music goes full speed ahead."Odds & Ends : Scepter Records Rarities" offers 25 hard to find tracks, plus some bonus promo spots, from the Scepter vaults, including rare alternate versions of hits like “Don’t Make Me Over”, “I Say A Little Prayer”, and “Do You Know The Way To San Jose”, stereo singles “He’s Moving On”, “Amanda”, foreign language singles “A House Is Not A Home” in Italian and French, “Walk On By” in German and Italian, and just plain lost tracks, like “Our Ages Or Our Hearts” and “Monday, Monday”.Matthew lives and breathes the kind of expansive music that allows the listener to bring their own trip to the trip.
Twang and tribal drumming clash with synth, sax, strings and stoner guitar solos.
Many of the selections are previously unissued and most are making their CD debut. The daytime auto mechanic and nighttime singer songwriter effortlessly infuses her new collection with equal measures swagger and sway.