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1. The passing bell
2. Pat Mingus
3. Get into the gallery shop
4. Switch pavillon
5. Tambourine day
6. Sleeping spray
7. New Broadway
8. Bobby's court
.Label: Duophonic Super 45s
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My favorite album from this group
am 5. Juli 2014 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
A synth mixture of danceable, upbeat songs. Still stands the test of time today. My favorite album from this group.
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A lazy delight.
am 17. November 2000 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
So,okay, the High Llamas' songs all sound a bit samey. Their lyrics are nonsensical (but, you know, still kinda fun), and their chord progressions (which are admittedly more sophisticated than those found on the average Oasis album) are becoming more than slightly predictable. Yet Sean O'Hagen's ear for harmony, texture, serviceable melodies, and, yes, lush instumentation continues to fascinate, even though we've heard all this before. The High Llamas definitely have carved out their own niche, and fill it nicely. Aping Brian Wilson--arguably the greatest pop classicist of all time--and adding a dash of Stereolab-esque leftfield electro-acoustica is entirely admirable. O'Hagen's melodies could be stronger, and his songs could be more structured (they seem to meander aimlessly at times), but by now, all this is beside the point--which is to envelop the listener in a blanket of exotic pet sounds that will instantly transport him or her to a palm tree-lined avenue in midwinter Pasadena as the thrum of a convertible completes the feeling of dreamy ambience.
What happened to the strings
am 13. Dezember 2000 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
When it comes to the High Llamas, you probably could not find a bigger fan. I have everything they have recorded and play them all constantly. Which brings me to the new CD, Buzzle Bee. It seems that the Llamas have a new label, a sparser sound and a very disapointing CD on thier hands. After Snowbug, I thought that they had really found themselves. The songs on Snowbug were diverse, full of life and unforgettable. The songs on Buzzle Bee are plodding, sound the same and forgettable. What happened to the string section that has been on every recording since Gideon Gaye? Sean O' Hagen is truly one of pops great songwriters. What was he doing the last two years since Snowbug came out? I know that a band like the High Llamas have a hard time selling units in this jaded market and they must be a risk to any record label, but look at Stereolabs last few discs. They have been near brillant. The Llamas need to get back and write some good songs and put out a CD that will redeem them as the pop genuises they are. Buzzle Bee is a big disappointment.
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am 14. Dezember 2000 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
I think this album is just great. I see a lot of people putting it down, and then comparing it to their past albums. I don't think you can compare this album with past ones, I think each one stands on its own and if you don't like this one than just listen to Gideon Gaye or whatever one you like. Personally, I think they just get better and better, and while I might not like this one as much as Snowbug, I think songs like New Broadway and Get Into the Galley Shop make this one as grand as any other. I also missed the string section a little but since this album had to be done cheaper than others it probably could not be afforded. However, the album is just as beautiful and wonderful anyways. If this is the direction the Llamas are headed in, then I cannot wait until their next full length. Those who think that they are getting too predictable or whatever, just shut up and keep listening to Hawaii or Gideon Gaye.
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After many listens, finally several straight through,
am 2. November 2003 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
This album has revealed its subtle and magnificent grandiosity. Make no mistake about it, this is a highly ambitious and creative undertaking. This album is a frontier blazer. The first song is the single most beautiful and mesmerizing in the entire Llamas canon. The rest of the album follows suit. Every song is a sprawling work of art. Though it's their shortest album, its the High Llamas album of electronic epics. Yet another masterpiece from a band that is almost unable to create anything but masterpieces. Sean O'Hagan is the most talented and ambitious pop musician in the world right now. And has been for quite some time.
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