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9 thoughts on “ Sunlight - Matthew Sweet - Living Things (CD, Album)

  1. MATTHEW SWEET Vinyl Records and CDs With a name like Matthew Sweet, it's hard not to pigeonhole the guy as a sugary popster and leave it at that; but to do so is to unfairly ignore the range of Sweet's abilities and the extent of his influence on Power Pop in the s. Sweet, after all, is a redoubtable guitar player.
  2. Listen to your favorite songs from Living Things by Matthew Sweet Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  3. Jun 30,  · If you need an excuse to buy the record/CD/digital download of Tomorrow Forever, here it is. Blame me, if you need to. Look at me--this is a strong Matthew Sweet collection. I'll spare you the comparisons to past albums and the self righteous critiques of those who know better/5(42).
  4. Living Things is touted as Sweet's return to a fully produced, thought-out album. It even has Van Dyke Parks so it must be a slice of Wilson-esque classic pop, like In Reverse right? There's only one problem: the songs.
  5. MATTHEW SWEET TOMORROW’S DAUGHTER Living Things, Sunshine Lies, Modern Art and the Under the Covers series, a three-volume collaboration with Susanna Hoffs of the Bangles (Sweet also served as producer of the Bangles’ album Sweetheart of the Sun).
  6. For the nine minute thirty-seven seconds closing song, "Thunderstorm", Sweet combined three bass guitar lines, and other selections, such as "If Time Permits", hint of sound/song reversal as implied in the album's title. Track listing. All tracks are written by Matthew Sweet.
  7. Sep 06,  · Back to Living Things. It’s a very lush album, complete with lots of layered sounds, backtracking, looped vocals and cool instrumentation (theramin, steel drums, double bass). Matthew collaborated with longtime Beach Boys songwriter Van Dyke Parks, who plays piano on .
  8. For somebody who played a large role in reviving guitar-driven power pop in the '90s, Matthew Sweet spent a good chunk of the new millennium avoiding the six-string. Apart from 's Japanese love letter Kimi Ga Suki * Raifu, Sweet walked on the soft side in the years since 's Blue Sky on Mars, crafting psychedelic song cycles, Beach Boys tributes, and an album of sweet duets with Susanna.

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