The Heart Strings Try Fly Blue Sky (Advance) 2008 DV8

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Name:The Heart Strings Try Fly Blue Sky (Advance) 2008 DV8

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Artist: The Heart Strings
Title: Try Fly Blue Sky
Label: Grandpa Stan
Genre: Pop
Bitrate: 181kbit av.
Time: 00:44:56
Size: 61.33 mb
Rip Date: 2008-05-19
Str Date: 2008-06-09

1. Kids 4:02
2. Cannonball Stan 4:20
3. He Wanted To Fly And He Flew 3:03
4. Pedalo 4:46
5. Jose Fernandez 3:13
6. Mariana 3:54
7. The New Golden Days 4:08
8. Nina And Her Very Long Hair 3:19
9. Her New Disaster 4:13
10. Cosmos 3:32
11. General Sherman 3:25
12. 1942 3:01

Release Notes:

\'Try Fly Blue Sky\' is the debut album by Londoners The Heart
Strings, an album dressed up in its\' Sunday best that charms
and lifts the spirits like the chance meeting with an old
childhood chum. Fronted by the Roache brothers and featuring a
live line-up of some seven musicians, \'Try Fly Blue Sky\' is
given the added bonus of co-production by Julian Simmons who
served time with Midlake and The Guillemots. \'Try Fly Blue
Sky\' revels in catchy folksy-pop melodies and an obvious love
of Sufjan Stevens, with bands such as The Young Republic, The
Hidden Cameras, Mercury Rev and a shading of Prefab Sprout
providing a reference for melodies, while songwriting prowess
reveals an Vampire Weekend-like wit and erudite airs of
observation. Multi-instrumental arrangements are peppered with
brass, xylophone, accordion, cello and organ, The Heart
Strings dealing with nostalgic and wistful songs about trapeze
artists, fallen stars, a very long-haired lassie and how
Grandparents first met, as well as the big fish of
pop-cosmology, all served with a good dose of bon homie to
warm the cockles of your laboured ticker.

\"...zap/ zoom/ whack/ whack/ kaboom...\" sings Todd Roache with
a nostalgic look at childhood games and role-play, an adjunct
to a rolling piano-led melody that hooks the attention from
the off. \'Cannonball Stan\' reminds of Mercury Rev\'s \'Goddess
On A Hiway\' and deals with lofty themes of love and moustache
wax, whereas the timorous \'He Wanted To Fly And He Flew\' lacks
zip and fizzle but rolls along with a good dose of gaiety,
Roache observing how \"...he wanted the heights/ he wanted the
view...\". \'Mariana\' blasts with brass on a Sufjan-like jolly
and witty aside - \"...Of Mariana, Mariana/ She served me my
pies with wanton brown eyes...\", and the uncluttered
arrangements permit the naive melody of \'The New Golden Days\'
a quiet reflective moment with xylophone tinkles.

The songwriting comes to the fore on the Sufjan-like naive
melody of \'Pedalo\' on a tale as tall as the seas as an
ambitious sailor sets sail with a pedalo across the Atlantic
and a long, long way to go as his friends wave him off to a
roving minimal piano and harpsichord melody with wit in
abundance - \"...the sky was huge/ the sea was placid/ soon my
vim was/ somewhat dimmed by/ bucket loads of/ lactic acid...\"
as fanfares of trumpet bring about a close. \'Jose Fernandez\'
finds chants of the title from the band as the high-wire
trapeze artist goes about his poised pursuits - \"...he always
looked up/ he never looked down...\" reminding of I\'m From
Barcelona, as does the ever so jolly \'Nina And Her Very Long
Hair\', only with Latin subtext - \"...I have a tale/ But not a
tail like felius domesticum...\", and the dainty \'Her New
Disaster\', Roache singing in falsetto - \"...she could have
kept her head on/ she could have kept her dress on...\".
\"...there\'s no place like space...\" sings Roache as the folksy
melodies go intergalactic, while \'General Sherman\' furnishes a
reverie, and the full moony night and auspicious signs of
\'1942\' leads to a Grandparents first meeting - \"...the man/
who was Stan/ saw the dame/ by the name/ of June...\" as a
Hidden Cameras richness of melody swoons.

\'Try Fly Blue Sky\' has a fabulous felicity of touch as naive
melodies prove the strength behind Todd Roache\'s songs. Giving
obvious homage to the charms and musicality of Sufjan Stevens,
there is a charm and uniqueness in Todd Roache\'s songs that
remind of the adage - from small acorns... \'Try Fly Blue Sky\'
opens the curtains wide to greet the day, cutting an album so
infectious you\'ll want to spread it by fair means or foul.

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