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Cass McCombs - Mangy Love FLAC Performer: Cass McCombs
Album: Mangy Love
Country: USA & Canada
Released: 26 Aug 2016
Label: Anti-
Genre: World & Country & Folk
Catalog #: 87445-1
Size FLAC: 2576 mb.
Size MP3: 1832 mb.
Rating: 4.8/5
Votes: 257
Record Source: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album




Tracklist


1Medusa's Outhouse
Bass – Dan HorneDrums – Jesse Lee Guitar – Blake MillsKeyboards – Lee PardiniSynth – Jack NameVocals, Guitar, Piano, Harmonium – Cass McCombs
2Switch
Bass – Dan HorneDrums – Jesse Lee Drums, Percussion – Joe Russo Keyboards – Farmer Dave Scher, Lee PardiniSynth – Jack NameVocals, Guitar, Banjo – Cass McCombs
3Rancid Girl
Bass – Dan HorneDrums – Jesse Lee Vocals [Intro], Guitar [Intro] – Mike GordonVocals, Guitar – Cass McCombs
4Bum Bum Bum
Bass – Dan HorneCongas – Ryan SawyerDrums – Jesse Lee Electric Piano – Lee PardiniSynth – Wilder ZobyVocals, Guitar – Cass McCombs
5Cry
Bass – Dan HorneDrums – Aaron SperskeKeyboards – Lee Pardini, Wilder ZobyProgrammed By – Ariel RechtshaidVocals, Guitar – Cass McCombs
6In A Chinese Alley
Bass – Dan HorneDrums – Jesse Lee Percussion – Joe Russo Piano, Keyboards – Lee PardiniVocals, Guitar – Cass McCombs
7I'm A Shoe
Bass – Jon Shaw Drums – Joe Russo Guitar – Dan IeadVocals, Guitar – Cass McCombs
8Run Sister Run
Bass – Dan HorneDrums – Jesse Lee Keyboards – Lee PardiniPercussion – Bongo SidibeVocals, Guitar – Cass McCombs
9It
Bass – Dan HorneDrums – Jesse Lee Keyboards – Lee PardiniVocals – Kurt HeasleyVocals, Guitar – Cass McCombsVoice [Opera Voice] – HOOPS , Maxwell Wang
10Opposite House
Bass – Dan HorneCongas – Ryan SawyerDrums – Jesse Lee Organ, Keyboards – Lee PardiniVocals – Angel OlsenVocals, Guitar – Cass McCombs
11Low Flyin' Bird
Bass, Programmed By – Dan HorneDrums – Jesse Lee Guitar – Blake MillsPiano, Keyboards – Lee PardiniVocals – Kurt HeasleyVocals, Guitar – Cass McCombs
12Laughter Is The Best Medicine
Bass – Dan HorneDrums – Aaron SperskeElectric Piano, Organ, Keyboards – Lee PardiniHorns, Flute, Jew's Harp [Jaw Harp] – Stuart BogieKeyboards – Farmer Dave ScherVocals – Rev. Goat CarsonVocals, Guitar – Cass McCombs


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
7445-1Cass McCombs Mangy Love ‎(2xLP, Album, Red)Anti-7445-1Europe2016
87445-2Cass McCombs Mangy Love ‎(CD, Album)Anti-87445-2US2016
7445-2Cass McCombs Mangy Love ‎(CD, Album)Anti-7445-2US2016
87445-2PCass McCombs Mangy Love ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Anti-87445-2PUS2016
0087445Cass McCombs Mangy Love ‎(2xLP, Album, Blu)Anti-0087445US2016


Credits


  • Artwork [Doily Hearts]Jacob Hascup
  • EngineerBrian Rosemeyer
  • Illustration [Back Illustration]Albert Herter
  • LayoutTrevor Hernandez
  • Mastered ByMark Chalecki
  • Mixed ByDan Horne (tracks: B3, D2), Rob Schnapf (tracks: A1 to B2, C1 to D1), Sam Griffin Owens (tracks: D3)
  • Performer [Players]Aaron Sperske, Angel Olsen, Ariel Rechtshaid, Blake Mills, Bongo Sidibe, Cass McCombs, Dan Horne, Dan Iead, Farmer Dave Scher, HOOPS , Jack Name, Jesse Lee , Joe Russo , Jon Shaw , Kurt Heasley, Lee Pardini, Maxwell Wang, Mike Gordon, Rev. Goat Carson, Ryan Sawyer, Stuart Bogie, Wilder Zoby
  • Photography By [Cover Photo]Rachael Cassells
  • ProducerCass McCombs (tracks: A1 to D2), Dan Horne (tracks: A1 to D2), Rob Schnapf (tracks: A1 to D2), Sam Griffin Owens (tracks: D3)
  • SongwriterCass McCombs


Notes


Glossy gatefold sleeve.
Includes a download code.

©&℗ 2016 Anti.

All songs [...] copyright Die Seet (BMI) administered by Heavy Duty, LLC

Tracks B3 & D2 mixed [...] at Lone Palm, LA
Track D3 produced & mixed [...] at Figure 8 in Brooklyn, NY


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 0 45778 74451 0
  • Matrix / Runout: EPITAPH 87445-1 A CASS MCCOMBS - MANGY LOVE DcP
  • Matrix / Runout: EPITAPH 87445-1 B CASS MCCOMBS - MANGY LOVE DcP
  • Matrix / Runout: EPITAPH 87445-1 C CASS MCCOMBS - MANGY LOVE DcP
  • Matrix / Runout: EPITAPH 87445-1 D CASS MCCOMBS - MANGY LOVE DcP
  • Rights Society: BMI


Companies


  • Copyright (c) – Anti-
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Anti-
  • Published By – Die Seet
  • Published By – Heavy Duty LLC
  • Mixed At – Lone Palm Studio
  • Mixed At – Figure 8 Recording, Brooklyn, NYC, NY
  • Produced At – Figure 8 Recording, Brooklyn, NYC, NY


Video


I have had three copies of this, two on black and one on blue. Track one Side one has a recurrent noise on all three records. Not going to bother returning (had two replacements from Amazon already) . Who-ever put this through from production to dsitribution needs shot.
The USA & Canada vinyl version 87445-1 is one of the worst manufactured pieces of vinyl I've ever bought. See https://youtu.be/1eTjCEYt6QA
I have had three copies of this, two on black and one on blue. Track one Side one has a recurrent noise on all three records. Not going to bother returning (had two replacements from Amazon already . Who-ever put this through from production to dsitribution needs shot.
The question I’d like to pose is, ”Is Cass McCombs filling the James Taylor shoes for the 21st century?” Though as quickly as one considers that notion “Rancid Girl” floats in, harking back to images of John Lennon’s “Come Together,” and I sit here re-evaluating his murky delivery, his dark haunting visions and his austere sonic probings.On a whole, these sonic probings infuse elements of Philadelphia soul that are laced with gentle Grateful Dead vibes, all seemingly designed for greeting the day, or perhaps closing it down. That being said, if you know the lyrics, and even more, the backstory to many of these songs, they come off as more than uncomfortable, bordering on the disingenuous, if it were not for his nomadic humor and surreal imagery that could have been ripped straight from any tabloid rag. I’ve been preached to and lectured in song for more years than I care to remember, yet never has this been done so pointedly, referencing so many important issues, and so tenderly delivered at the same time, as if what he’s singing about is merely an afterthought left to hang in the air after he’s left the room. Without these lyrics, this music would easily be waved off as lightweight easy going adult contemporary sounds, though (laughing) perhaps one should vision Mangy Love as music for evolved contemporary adults with a social consciousness. Yet still, if it’s one’s goal to root through the garbage of our society in order to expose the ugliness that dwells so close to our front doors, I begin to wonder how much of this anyone can take, or who would wish to immerse themselves so thoroughly in that unpleasantness. In short, if you like what you’re hearing on this record, then you’re probably not listening.There are no guitar solos, no surprises other than the lyrics, nothing really to focus on, leaving listeners with little to do but to listen closely. McCombs presents the image of someone intricate, someone who rejects the exemplifications of modern capitalism by presenting himself as being neurotically scrupulous … though I wonder if faced with success and the luxury of a BMW, he’d merely use it as a space in which to overdose in Golden Gate State Park in order to make a statement.All and all, the album exists on many levels, it’s a record fused with a dreamy organ, rhythmic pulses, catchy nimble lyrical and instrumental phrasings, where all of this seems to resonate from within a soul of madness, though whether that soul belongs to Cass McCombs or reflects the soul of his listeners is difficult to say, as once the record is heard as a conceptual whole, where all of its parts are laid bare across the floor, one must embrace it for all it is, all it isn’t, and the implications strewn at the feet of those who would choose to continue to spin this album more than once.Review by Jenell Kesler