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Road Of The Lonely Ones

on Sound Ancestors

by Madlib

First Played: 01/30/2021 12:02 PM
Last Played: 04/02/2021 05:26 AM
Total Plays: 21
 

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  • Gabriel Teodros : 04/02/2021 05:26 AM
    ". . . pulling himself in a multitude of directions 'jazz for four hours, then hip-hop or do electronic music for a few... I don't organize, I do everything at once'" For “Road Of The Lonely Ones”, Madlib used a couple of tracks from the Ethics, a Philadelphia soul group from the ’60s. Madlib left their soft, longing falsetto vocals mostly intact, shaping the track around them. Check out a great NPR feature on the Madlib / Four Tet collaboration on Madlib's new 'Sound Ancestors' album: https://www.npr.org/2021/01/28/961520721/madlib-heads-back-to-the-future-on-sound-ancestors
  • Evie : 04/01/2021 12:35 PM
    ". . . pulling himself in a multitude of directions 'jazz for four hours, then hip-hop or do electronic music for a few... I don't organize, I do everything at once'" For “Road Of The Lonely Ones”, Madlib used a couple of tracks from the Ethics, a Philadelphia soul group from the ’60s. Madlib left their soft, longing falsetto vocals mostly intact, shaping the track around them. Check out a great NPR feature on the Madlib / Four Tet collaboration on Madlib's new 'Sound Ancestors' album: https://www.npr.org/2021/01/28/961520721/madlib-heads-back-to-the-future-on-sound-ancestors
  • Kennady Quille : 03/20/2021 02:36 PM
    ". . . pulling himself in a multitude of directions 'jazz for four hours, then hip-hop or do electronic music for a few... I don't organize, I do everything at once'" For “Road Of The Lonely Ones”, Madlib used a couple of tracks from the Ethics, a Philadelphia soul group from the ’60s. Madlib left their soft, longing falsetto vocals mostly intact, shaping the track around them. Check out a great NPR feature on the Madlib / Four Tet collaboration on Madlib's new 'Sound Ancestors' album: https://www.npr.org/2021/01/28/961520721/madlib-heads-back-to-the-future-on-sound-ancestors
  • Gabriel Teodros : 03/19/2021 05:11 AM
    ". . . pulling himself in a multitude of directions 'jazz for four hours, then hip-hop or do electronic music for a few... I don't organize, I do everything at once'" For “Road Of The Lonely Ones”, Madlib used a couple of tracks from the Ethics, a Philadelphia soul group from the ’60s. Madlib left their soft, longing falsetto vocals mostly intact, shaping the track around them. Check out a great NPR feature on the Madlib / Four Tet collaboration on Madlib's new 'Sound Ancestors' album: https://www.npr.org/2021/01/28/961520721/madlib-heads-back-to-the-future-on-sound-ancestors
  • Larry Rose : 03/10/2021 12:09 AM
    For “Road Of The Lonely Ones”, Madlib used a couple of tracks from the Ethics, a Philadelphia soul group from the ’60s. Madlib left their soft, longing falsetto vocals mostly intact, shaping the track around them. Talking to NPR, Four Tet says, “Even though there was still going to be no featured vocalists, we could have these sort of poppy singles with vocal hooks,” and “Road Of The Lonely Ones” unlocked that idea." https://bit.ly/3kK10Y0

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