David Lance Callahan – English Primitive II :: Le Censioni di OndaRock

David Lance Callahan promised it in the interview that he kindly granted: “English Primitive II is finite and in production and will be at this very different time and very similar.” A year away from the publication of the first volume, the ex-Moonshake and current member of the reformati The Wolfhounds has kept the promise by returning to feel their own voice with “English Primitive II”, a most rumorous and most psychedelic album of the fratello maggiore, ma che maintains the stessa gamma eclettica di input.
Even if the author is constantly fighting against the mystical and the concrete in the testimonial, his social vision (theoretically malinconica but optimistic), reveals his worrying current state of the United Kingdom (and of the world) that sows that return to that antico ordine sociale format gives an apparently untouchable caste of rich and powerful and gives a complete freedom of freedom for chiunque lavori per vivere. To complete a painting with a dark tint, if it adds the stain of a stamp, it releases that Brexit che, when this was the result of a prezzolata public opinion, it has ended in that it does not translate into real ogni fatta promise, as was predictable. This new work includes, secondly, his author the “canzoni dell’esperienza” confronting fears like the squallore and the corruption of the powerful and of the parrot vassalli, and the vessazioni inflicted nei modi più disparati ai più deboli.

Trattandosi delle stesse session, it was natural that the musicians accompanied Callahan fossero gli stessi del primo volume: the sodale drummer Daren Garratt (Pram, The Fall, The Nightingales), the poly-instrumentalist (and producer) Rory Attwell and the quartetto d’archi Iskra Strings. Other than parrot, the album presents the new fusion (vincent) between the voice of the author and the one of Katherine Mountain Whitaker (of the misconnouncing Evans The Death), whose Callahan di fida così cificamente confirms the complete conduction of the ballata pastorale ” The Burnet Rose”. The brano ignites the name of the jungle flower preferred by the author che ricopre still owing to the tomb of the vittime of a seventeenth-century appestati village on the edge of a Yorkshire scogliera, commemorating an ormai dimenticato sacrifice.

If it begins with the primitive rhythm of “Invisible Man” where I lament the repress of a common uomo che ribolle de risentimento, invisible ma in bella vista, I come messe in public piazza between the incrocio chitarra fuzz e tabla (e tra le due voci) creates an intricate visione and spectrale che si sfoga in un riff liberatory. The following “Beautiful Laundrette” catches the eye of the scene of Hanif Kureishi carrying his large film by Stephen Frears to speak in a sharp tone of the squall attività di riciclaggio dei guadagni illeciti e dei proventi del crimine che vede London come epicenter.

Non c’è posto migliore della nostra capitale per rendere i vostri beni candidi e scintillanti. Avete qualche miliardo in più da lavare dopo il crollo del vostro governo? Avete bisogno di pulire i vostri dollari di cocaina e di trasformarli in bei biglietti da 20? Would you like to jump from the top of the Ponzi pyramid with which sacco pieno dell’oro del drago? Il nostro servizio di lavaggio will be back all come new. Dopotutto, we have a reputation of differing

Il rotolante psichedelico blues della lunga “The Parrot” induced his chi ha il compito di pattugliare i confini di ciò che è permesso dire e credere con lo scopo di assicurarsi che gli uomini di potere mantenenano la propria autorità in tutto e per tutto. Un’accusa nemmeno troppo velata ai giornalisti politici, visti come i cortigiani del nostro tempo, en pastato spesso ridicolizzati come pappagalli, i quali, come alcuni secoli fa, hanno il compito di trasmettere ciò che i potenti vogliono farci credere.
Callahan slows down with mastery and rhythm joins the splendid voice of Anja Büchele (cherished on the second album of the Bark Psychosis) in her rilassata “The Scapegoat” (la cui idea di parlare di impiegati a low salary dalle grandi aziende usati come capro espiatorio per il publico che si lamenta comes from the Malaussène cycle by Daniel Pennac) prima che il quartetto d’archi Iskra Strings introduce one of the most intimate and dramatic moments of the album. In the struggling “Bear Factory”, infatti, the voice and the guitar of Callahan return indietro in time to narrate the true story of the homicide of one of his compagni di scuola elementare.

Sono gli splendidi ritmi di Darren Garrat a introdurre la revolante e sincera “Orgy Of The Ancients”, where Callahan describes the intimate (and terrifying) intricacy of the collaboration between our media and the ruling class, imagining the palazzo di Caligola despostato in the 21st sec. For the grand finale, the singer-songwriter saves his famous predecessor, setting the version of “London” by William Blake in a stratified, oppressive and almost hopeless “London By Blakelight”. Il tutto sottolineato gives a cadenzato rhythm of drums and gives a chitarra that my psichedelia, blues and African influence come in passato and its Moonshake avevano united with successo poliritmie rotolanti, its propulsive, electronic, dub, art rock and kraut-rock.

Blake’s vision of a beleaguered capital from the corruzione dei potenti e da restrizione semper più rigide alla libertà trova many echi in ciò che sta accadendo oggi, 228 anni dopo la prima publicazione del poema. My sow that his vision of him is something pungent about him is in line with the fears that he used in the rest of the album

The second part of “English Primitive” does not delude this, showing an author who is always mature and polyhedral, capable of engaging in music racconti di vita vissuta and the vision of a British society in cui and mechanisms of cultural assimilation and non political system I sound properly oliati a dovere. The prevailing corruption, the intentional and non-intentional brutality inflicted on the più deboli and the modi talvolta perversi in cui ciò avviene vengono spiatellati con crude realismo in otto racconti straordinari.
In conclusion, “English Primitive II” is a deeply dissatisfying album for everyone and everyone. The music is creative, suggestive and emotional, with a quality of writing of the testimonials such as the accompanying libretto, with the illustrations by David Janes, varrebbe worth the effort acquired even by solo. An intricate and spooky vision, sottolineata ancora a volta dalla splendida copertina, riproduzione (come nel primo volume) de un lavoro di other colorato dell’artista Pinkie Maclure (metà dei Pumajaw) capable of perfectly shooting the dark and the lights of the songs.

(12/18/2022)

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David Lance Callahan – English Primitive II :: Le Censioni di OndaRock


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