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Kinski - Be Gentle With The Warm Turtle download album

Kinski - Be Gentle With The Warm Turtle download album
Performer:
Album:
Be Gentle With The Warm Turtle
Style:
Post Rock, Indie Rock
Released:
2000
Country:
US
FLAC vers. size:
1112 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1361 mb
WMA vers. size:
1529 mb
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Rating:
4.1 ★
Votes:
460

As it stands, it's not, but some of it does manage to come very close. The Seattle quartet has a great many strengths- not least of which is their impressive musicianship, which rears its head everywhere while never descending to the depths of masturbatory self-indulgence. Still, despite its faults, Be Gentle with the Warm Turtle ranks as a quite an achievement for a young band, succeeding where others in the often tiresome world of instrumental rock have failed.

Kinski's second full length recording, 2001's Be Gentle with the Warm Turtle, proved that the band was ready to take on the world. Upon its release, Alternative Press enthused . he disc makes one of the few strong arguments against the claim that rock is dead. Their first sojourn into a "real" recording studio, Kinski seized the opportunity and crafted a spacious yet immediate rock album. With nods to forebearers past and present, Be Gentle With the Warm Turtle finds the band creating their own unique sound and sonic space.

On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Be Gentle With The Warm Turtle (2019).

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Kinski seems to be obsessed with volume. Their album, Be Gentle With the Warm Turtle, is a never-ending set of crescendos and decrescendos that leave listeners with little more to do than check if their stereo equipment is working properly. The Seattle-based group specializes in instrumental rock and their musical acumen is above reproach. Tracks like "One Ear in the Sun," "Daydream Intonation," and "That Helmut Poe Kid's Weird" are wonderfully constructed.

KINSKI - Be Gentle With Warm Turtle - CD - Excellent Condition. Call me a philistine, but I think it's brilliant. And that same brevity of expression is reflected in the music throughout the album. One chord is usually sufficient to carry any given track; often a single note is enough to prove the (very German) idea that complexity isn't always required to make a powerful noise.

This is a beautifully crafted psychedelic indie rock album. It brings you places. From the drifting zoned out guitar ambience to full on blissed out jamming indie rock. Sometimes without warning it catches you by surprise. Nothing stays too long as each track progresses. Gentle tracks building into tripped out guitar frenzies yet letting you down into slower drifting pieces. A really underrated album and band.

Tracklist

1 Spacelaunch For Frenchie 7:38
2 New India 6:59
3 Newport 5:00
4 One Ear In The Sun 6:24
5 Daydream Intonation 6:40
6 That Helmut Poe Kid's Weird 7:47
7 Montgomery 7:16

Companies, etc.

  • Mixed At – Avast! Recording Co.
  • Mixed At – Robert Lang Studios
  • Recorded At – Robert Lang Studios

Credits

  • Art Direction, Design – Jason Thomas Faulkner
  • Producer – Kinski
  • Producer, Mixed By – Kip Beelman

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KRS645 Kinski Be Gentle With The Warm Turtle ‎(2xLP, Album) Kill Rock Stars KRS645 US 2018
none Kinski Kinski ‎(CDr, Album) Not On Label (Kinski Self-released) none US 2000
SLURP010CD Kinski Be Gentle With The Warm Turtle ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Sur La Plage SLURP010CD UK 2002
SAAH036, IDR002 Kinski Be Gentle With The Warm Turtle ‎(CD, Album, RE) Strange Attractors Audio House, Intellectual Drunks Records SAAH036, IDR002 US 2005


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This is a beautifully crafted psychedelic indie rock album. It brings you places. From the drifting zoned out guitar ambience to full on blissed out jamming indie rock. Sometimes without warning it catches you by surprise. Nothing stays too long as each track progresses. Gentle tracks building into tripped out guitar frenzies yet letting you down into slower drifting pieces. Its all good. Hypnotic. A really underrated album and band.