- Performer:Avey Tare
- Style:Experimental Rock,Post-Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock
- Date of release:July 21, 2017
- Recording location:Cal Arts
- Size FLAC version1992 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1514 megabytes
- Size WMA version1200 megabytes
- Formats:WMA DMF DXD MP1 AU RA
Eucalyptus is the second solo studio album by American recording artist Avey Tare. It was released on July 21, 2017 as the follow-up to his 2010 solo debut Down There, Eucalyptus is his first solo release following the formation of his band Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks. It was recorded by fellow Animal Collective bandmate Joshua Dibb, and features past collaborators Eyvind Kang and Angel Deradoorian.
Conceived on Hawaiian mornings, written on a sunlit bedroom afternoon in Los Angeles, practiced in the dark early hours of the California twilight, recommended listening for dawn or dusk.
Eucalyptus is near twice the length but has less to prove. Unafraid to meander, it finds a golden ratio between inspiration and indifference. Like this spring’s Meeting of the Waters EP, the album pivots away from the synapse-frying maximalism of recent Animal Collective releases and returns to the primal spirit of the group’s formative records.
Released July 21, 2017. Eucalyptus Tracklist. 1. Season High Lyrics. 2. Melody Unfair Lyrics.
Eucalyptus is the second solo studio album by American recording artist Avey Tare. It was recorded by fellow. 2017 studio album by Avey Tare.
Despite a few filler moments, "Eucalyptus" is a dreamy, beautifully-written album from Avey Tare that returns to the folk-ish roots of early AnCo records while delivering what that band lacked since "Painting With". Fav Tracks: Jackson 5, Ms. Secret, Coral Lords, Selection of A Place, Roamer, Season High, When You Left Me, In Pieces, Melody Unfair.
The recurring criticism of Avey Tare’s solo work to date has been that it strays too close to the output of his day job as vocalist for Baltimore oddballs Animal Collective. In truth, so distinctive is Tare’s slacker warble that you could stick it on top of a recording of Gregorian chanting and it would probably still sound like his parent band. Yet, there was definitely an inescapable hint of AC’s limpid weirdo-pop on 2010’s Down There and 2014’s Enter the Slasher House.
CreditsSusan Alcorn - Pedal Steel Guitar
Chris Bellman - Mastering
Rob Carmichael - Artwork, Design
Dave Cooley - Mastering
Louis Coy - Clarinet, Clarinet (Bass), Flute
Conrad Deaken - Engineer, Mixing
Angel Deradoorian - Vocals
Ben Finley - Double Bass
Dylan Freeman - Engineer, String Engineer
Breana Gilcher - Flute, Horn (English), Oboe
Eyvind Kang - Arranger, Bass, Kamanche, String Arrangements, Viola
Jessika Kenney - Vocals
Erin Poulin - French Horn
Cody Putnam - Bassoon
Sarah Belle Reid - Trumpet
Louis Stephens - Engineer, String Engineer
Avey Tare - Autoharp, Composer, Cover Photo, Guitar (Acoustic), Mixing, Primary Artist, Producer, Sampling, Santur, Vocal Arrangement, Vocals
|1||Season High Avey Tare||Avey Tare||5:46|
|2||Melody Unfair Avey Tare||Avey Tare||5:06|
|3||Ms. Secret Avey Tare||Avey Tare||5:31|
|4||Lunch Out of Order, Pt. 1 Avey Tare||Avey Tare||1:43|
|5||Lunch Out of Order, Pt. 2 Avey Tare||Avey Tare||1:51|
|6||Jackson 5 Avey Tare||Avey Tare||3:46|
|7||Dr Aw One for J Avey Tare||Avey Tare||3:11|
|8||PJ Avey Tare||Avey Tare||4:12|
|9||In Pieces Avey Tare||Avey Tare||3:04|
|10||Selection of a Place Avey Tare||Avey Tare||6:06|
|11||Race Avey Tare||Avey Tare||2:15|
|12||Roamer Avey Tare||Avey Tare||2:45|
|13||Coral Lords Avey Tare||Avey Tare||8:02|
|14||Sports in July Avey Tare||Avey Tare||4:45|
|15||When You Left Me Avey Tare||Avey Tare||4:11|