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Beck - The Mutations Conversations FLAC
  • Performer Beck
  • Title The Mutations Conversations
  • Date of release 1998
  • Country US
  • Style Interview
  • Label DGC
  • Catalog number PRO-CD-1235
  • Other formats CD, Promo
  • Genre Sounds
  • Size MP3 1643 mb
  • Size FLAC 1103 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 401

Tracklist

1BeckNeil StraussThe Body of Work
2BeckNeil StraussThe Sacrifice
3BeckNeil StraussThe Process
4BeckNeil StraussThe Music
5BeckNeil StraussThe Plans

Notes

Beck interviewed by Neil Strauss at Ocean Way Studios, Hollywood, CA

Album

Mutations is the sixth studio album by American recording artist Beck, released on November 3, 1998 by DGC Records. Though less commercially successful than the preceding Odelay, it won a Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album. Mutations was produced by Nigel Godrich, who was well-known at that point for his previous work with Radiohead. The album contains a number of Moog keyboards, acoustic guitars, and string arrangements. The production style was very different from that of his previous. Mutations - Beck. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Nearly identical to Beck - The Mutations Conversations , except this copy has: - the A appended to the end of the catalog number on the CD, front insert, and back insert - Front insert also says Available exclusively at Coalition Of Independent Music Stores logo. Beck interviewed by Neil Strauss at Ocean Way Studios, Hollywood, CA in August 1998. Promotional Copy. Not For Sale. Beck - Mutations 1998. To favorites 4 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Beck - Mutations 1998. Beck - Cold Brains. Beck - Nobody's Fault but My Own. Beck - Lazy Files. Beck - Canceled Check. Mutations sees Beck replacing the spinning turntable with the acid-rock lightwheel, the concrete streets with the long and winding road, retreating further from glaring expectation into the complex little universe between those fluffy sideburns. Nobodys Fault But My Own strings its nerves out across those Wichita telegraph poles Sing It Again is Norwegian Wood tinged with rabbit-skinning pedal steel, while the deceptively cheery honky-tonk of O Maria casts Beck as saloon showgirl, playfully chucking grizzled cowboys under the chin. On Mutations recorded in two weeks last spring Beck stops talking down to his tuneful side. It is a question that has vexed philosophers, by which I mean people who perhaps overthink popular music, for 25 years now: Who is the real Beck Is sad Beck the real Beck Is funky Beck the real Beck. Beck's 1998 follow-up to 'Odelay' marked a turning point in a catalog filled with turning points. According to party line, neither Beck nor Geffen ever intended Mutations to be considered as the official follow-up to Odelay, his Grammy-winning breakthrough. It was more like One Foot in the Grave, designed to be an off-kilter, subdued collection of acoustic-based songs pitched halfway between psychedelic country blues and lo-fi folk. The presence of producer Nigel Godrich, the man who helmed Radiohead's acclaimed OK Computer, makes such claims dubious. Mutations is the sixth studio album by Beck. The album features Beck going back to his folk roots, with more acoustic based songs. It wasn't marketed as much as the albums after and before on VH1's Behind the Music Mutations promo excerpts 1999 Watch Part 2: http. Listen to Beck's interview with NPR's 'All Songs Considered' hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton on his new album 'Morning Phase'. the creative process, effects of internet criticism on musicians. Mutations may not be Becks most consistant it's probably the most easy listening album he has released. For the most part Becks songwriting comes into the combining acoustic rock, blues, country and even latin. Of course, when Beck incorperates music styles, he usually does it on his terms. What you get is a typical Beck solid creative genrehopping on certain occasions. That's what you can expect from Mutations. 01 Cold Brains 03:41 This is a pretty solid opener. It sounds like a typical Be