Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Tim Booth, Angelo Badalamenti|
Booth & Bad Angel
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Here a batch of Booth's typically spirited and questing originals ("Hit Parade," "Heart," "Old Ways") are given some tuneful tweaks by a collaborative crew headlined by Twin Peaks maestro Badalamenti and ex-Suede guitarist... more »
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Here a batch of Booth's typically spirited and questing originals ("Hit Parade," "Heart," "Old Ways") are given some tuneful tweaks by a collaborative crew headlined by Twin Peaks maestro Badalamenti and ex-Suede guitarist Bernard Butler. --Jeff Bateman
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A partnership made in..?
Kerri Miller | Seattle, WA United States | 05/07/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Tim Booth of James, and Angelo Badalamenti, frequent composer for David Lynch films, team up here in an album that is simulatenously experimental and accesible. "Pop sensibility" flows together, as these two musicians, so much alike in tone and flavor, create some really moving music. Sometimes a bit moody, sometimes a miss here or there, I get the feeling that some of the stronger songs aren't hit/radio friendly simply because they're too literate (or depressing..)"
Tim Booth writing at his supreme best.
Andy Giordmaine | Hawley, Nr London in the UK. | 02/29/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Masterful James frontman Tim Booth writes at his very best in this excellent collaboration with Angelo Badalamenti and ex-Suede star Bernard Butler. Highlights include the upbeat "Heart", the strongly emotive "Rising" and the utterly brilliant "Stranger". Also Booth's conveyance of the universal truth in "Butterfly Dreams" : "Pledge true love, tenderly hold her - all the time looking over her shoulder" The entire album is sheer class."
An instant classic
Nick Green | UK | 11/24/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a stunning collaboration, featuring a stack of tunes that are *all* potential favourites - that is, every one is like that track you wait for, that one you immediately want to hear again. Eerie atmostpheric backing vocals (e.g. on Dance of the Bad Angels) add a unique sound, as does Butler's twisted guitar. This has everything - lyrics, melody, and that indefinable quality 'class'. Hard to imagine anyone not becoming addicted after a few play-throughs."