1. (00:04:07) Joan Of Arc - Fogbow
2. (00:05:05) Joan Of Arc - The Garden Of Cartoon Exclamations
3. (00:06:38) Joan Of Arc - Flowers
4. (00:02:10) Joan Of Arc - Fasting
5. (00:03:11) Joan Of Arc - Explain Yourselves No. 2
6. (00:06:04) Joan Of Arc - Tsunshine
7. (00:02:15) Joan Of Arc - A Delicious Herbal Laxative
8. (00:04:11) Joan Of Arc - Explain Yourselves
9. (00:02:28) Joan Of Arc - Table Of The Laments
10. (00:02:12) Joan Of Arc - Fable Of The Elements
11. (00:04:17) Joan Of Arc - Life Sentence Twisted Ladder
12. (00:01:24) Joan Of Arc - The Sun Rose
Despite being written over the course of a year in four different sessions with four
different lineups, the first listen reveals the songs on Flowers as a more cohesive
unit than those on its predecessor Boo Human.
As the record neared completion, Tim Kinsella and the latest incarnation of Joan of Arc
entered the studio one last time with hardly any songs written and no instruments.
Instead, the group simply did what felt right, using what was available to all the
musicians who had recorded there previously -- pianos, acoustics, and synthesizers -
- to create a new batch of rmusic after only two days.
This experience encapsulates the spirit of Joan of Arc -
- a mentality that embraces
contradictions and tears apart common musical structures, only to rebuild them without
a blueprint. Joan of Arc continues to succeed in doing what many strive for with a new
album: creating an obscure combination of familiar, obvious ideas while sticking with the
notion that \"if it feels good, do it.\"
Playing Time.........: 00:44:01
Total Size...........: 100.79 MB