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8 thoughts on “ Beach Party Tonight - Yo La Tengo - Summer Sun (CD, Album)

  1. Apr 08,  · ‎Album · · 13 Songs. Global Nav Open 13 Songs, 1 Hour 2 Minutes Preview. Summer Sun Yo La Tengo Alternative ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Beach Party Tonight 2 Little Eyes 3 Nothing But You and Me 4 Season of the Shark 5 Today Is the Day 6.
  2. Watch the video for Beach Party Tonight from Yo La Tengo's Summer Sun for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube Playback options.
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  4. Summer Sun, an Album by Yo La Tengo. Released 8 April on Matador (catalog no. OLE ; CD). Genres: Indie Pop, Indie Rock, Dream Pop. Featured peformers: Georgia Hubley (performer), Ira Kaplan (performer), James McNew (performer), Roger Moutenot (producer), Greg Calbi (mastering), Phil Morrison (photography), Alex Kirzhner (layout).
  5. Thank goodness for Yo La Tengo. They are at the heart of NYC, the city so hurt and angry after 9/11 that we have to bare this horrible war that is shaking our nerves to pieces. So very timely Yo La Tengo release their gorgeous new album to ease and calm us all into the summer sun. This thirteen track is a treasure trove of avant pop delites. From the Stereolab/Tortoise inflected joy of 'Little.
  6. Recording. Summer Sun was recorded in Nashville, United resslorelifitbackcontdimiscwealthpostcrow.coinfo album was mixed at Shelter Island in New York. [citation needed]Content. Georgia Hubley's mother, Faith Hubley, died right before the band started working on the resslorelifitbackcontdimiscwealthpostcrow.coinfo Hubley family piano went into Yo La Tengo's practice space in Jersey City, and became the center piece for the sound of the album.
  7. Back in print on vinyl. Three years after 's brilliant And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out, Yo La Tengo returned with Summer Sun, an album that's as settled and smooth as the previous one was inventive and eclectic. Musically, Summer Sun continues the band's progression away from intricate, guitar-based pop both loud and soft and toward an arguably more sophisticated sound. This time.

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