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1 - FAITH HEALER - COSMIC TROUBLES - (LP) 
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Long before Jessica Jalbert began recording under the moniker Faith Healer, she fostered a tight collaborative friendship with fellow Edmonton-bred polymath Renny Wilson. They've made boppy garage rock in Tee-Tahs, kicked up a racket in Punk Explosion, and even played in a scattering of cover bands. In 2011, Wilson was a key contributor to Jalbert's solo album Brother Loyola. So when Jalbert set about creating her first album under the name Faith Healer, she naturally called on her old buddy to help out. Jalbert wrote this material while absorbing a steady diet of psychedelic rock from the '60s and '70s. This fixation translates into inventive songs that combine the sun-kissed sparkle of classic pop harmonies with head-swimming trippiness and a few forays into thundering fuzz.She and Wilson played all of the instruments themselves, with the latter also handling production duties. "He had a recording set-up in his parents' basement," Jalbert explains of the sessions. "His mom and dad cooked us dinner pretty much every time. It was very much a family affair." Wilson captured the songs using his vintage console, which - if rumours are to be believed - may have been used on some Doobie Brothers recordings back in the day. Cosmic Troubles captures the warmth of the Summer of Love along with an eclectic sense of anything-goes adventurousness.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Acid 02. Again 03. Canonized 04. Cosmic Troubles 05. Fools Rush In 06. Angel Eyes 07. Infinite Return 08. No Car 09. Universe (whatever 'till You're Dead) 10. Was, Is, And Is To Come 11. Until The World Lets Me Go


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 30-03-2015
Référence : 473769     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 20,50 EUR


2 - FAITH HEALER - TRY ;-) - (CD) 
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When Edmonton's Jessica Jalbert first began performing solo under the name Faith Healer, the alias was her way of avoiding being pigeonholed as a singer-songwriter. Now, however, times have changed: Faith Healer has blossomed into a band, with singer-guitarist Jalbert joined by drummer/multi-instrumentalist Renny Wilson. The follow-up to 2015's Cosmic Troubles was largely recording during an intensive month-long session in September 2016 at Wilson's personal studio in Montreal. During the process, Jalbert rented a room in Wilson's house and the pair spent hours jamming and listening to bargain bin rock records in the basement."The last album had a lot of flowery '60s flourishes," Jalbert explains. "This time, we wanted to simplify it and just do some straight-ahead songs. Focus on the song itself rather than all of the production." The pop-rock arrangements are still overflowing with beautiful sonic details-from the Twin Peaks synths that enshroud "Sterling Silver" to the funky clavinet that's nestled within the paisley-patterned pop of "& Waiting"-but the instrumentation is stripped down enough that it can be faithfully recreated by a live band. Jalbert and Wilson were inspired by the garage-punk snarl of Wipers, the deadpan drama of Leonard Cohen's Death of a Ladies' Man, and the classic songwriting chops of Scott Walker and Elvis Costello.Balancing melancholy lyrics with playful moods, lush melodies with straightforward arrangements, Try ;-) is the sound of an introspective loner leaving her bedroom to make a rock record with her best bud. Forget what the bullies told you in middle school-there's nothing cooler than trying hard.

TRACKLISTING: 01. & Waiting 02. Toevoegen Aan Volgende 03. Light Of Loving 04. Might As Well 05. Sterling Silver 06. Such A Gemini 07. Try ; - ) 08. 2nd Time 09. Sufferin' Creature 10. Best Saved 4 Last


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 15-09-2017
Référence : 506418     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 13,75 EUR


3 - FAITH HEALER - TRY ;-) - (LP) 
MINT


When Edmonton's Jessica Jalbert first began performing solo under the name Faith Healer, the alias was her way of avoiding being pigeonholed as a singer-songwriter. Now, however, times have changed: Faith Healer has blossomed into a band, with singer-guitarist Jalbert joined by drummer/multi-instrumentalist Renny Wilson. The follow-up to 2015's Cosmic Troubles was largely recording during an intensive month-long session in September 2016 at Wilson's personal studio in Montreal. During the process, Jalbert rented a room in Wilson's house and the pair spent hours jamming and listening to bargain bin rock records in the basement."The last album had a lot of flowery '60s flourishes," Jalbert explains. "This time, we wanted to simplify it and just do some straight-ahead songs. Focus on the song itself rather than all of the production." The pop-rock arrangements are still overflowing with beautiful sonic details-from the Twin Peaks synths that enshroud "Sterling Silver" to the funky clavinet that's nestled within the paisley-patterned pop of "& Waiting"-but the instrumentation is stripped down enough that it can be faithfully recreated by a live band. Jalbert and Wilson were inspired by the garage-punk snarl of Wipers, the deadpan drama of Leonard Cohen's Death of a Ladies' Man, and the classic songwriting chops of Scott Walker and Elvis Costello.Balancing melancholy lyrics with playful moods, lush melodies with straightforward arrangements, Try ;-) is the sound of an introspective loner leaving her bedroom to make a rock record with her best bud. Forget what the bullies told you in middle school-there's nothing cooler than trying hard.

TRACKLISTING: 01. & Waiting 02. Toevoegen Aan Volgende 03. Light Of Loving 04. Might As Well 05. Sterling Silver 06. Such A Gemini 07. Try ; - ) 08. 2nd Time 09. Sufferin' Creature 10. Best Saved 4 Last


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 15-09-2017
Référence : 506419     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 20,50 EUR



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