Orange is the fourth studio album by the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. It was released through Matador Records on October 12, 1994. The Village Voice ranked the album of the top albums of 1994. NME named it the 16th best album of 1994. In 2018, Paste named it the 48th best garage rock album of all time. The single "Bellbottoms" was included in The Pitchfork 500.
New Album Releases – download full albums, daily updates! . Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: March 23, 2015 - The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – Freedom Tower No Wave Dance Party 2015 (2015). September 15, 2012 - The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – Meat and Bone (2012). September 10, 2010 - The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – Now I Got Worry (2010).
Venue Big Orange Studios (Austin, TX). Date Dec 8, 2011. What's not even MORE to love about Jon Spencer and his Blues Explosion, a group of musicians who reek of that authentic sound of being broke, fueled mostly on whiskey and beer and hopelessly outcast by general society. None of that is of any concern. Spencer has burned through songs and days for decades, writing songs that are never fully written. They are the sketches of songs that change often, that assume new blasts and new firepower every time they're performed. They will pin you up against the wall in the back of the room and they will bruise you, singe off all.
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In the aftermath of Extra Width's success, the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion were drawing large crowds virtually everywhere they played. It both gratified them and made them suspicious. The track "Afro" on the previous album provided a clue as to the forthcoming no man's land JBSE would raucously explore. Orange is almost entirely new sonic terrain - but it keeps the trio's trademark sweaty, musical terrorism and hedonistic rage up front. Bellbottoms" kicks it off with a distorted two-chord guitar vamp, juxtaposed against strings worthy of the Love Unlimited.
Orange is the fourth studio album by the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. From 2011-2016, Paste offered a digital subscription service, covering music, movies, TV, books, video games, tech and drink; each issue included a digital version of the Paste Sampler with seven new songs each week. In 2017, Paste launched a large-format print magazine with an accompanying vinyl sampler. The sound of The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion was informed by previous bands with influence taken from working with the Gibson Bros. evident in the last Pussy Galore album. That final Pussy Galore album exuded a Gibson Brothers-bent version of what was to come with Spencer’s next, more successful venture the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion.
The strange paradox that makes the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion so hard to figure-and them all the better for it-is that despite a brazen desire to flaunt their complete lack of authenticity with an absurdly over-the-top howlin' bluesman schtick, their music really does kick tons more ass than just about anything else being passed off as contemporary blues these. Orange augments the usual mess of raw blues and primal rock with Philly soul strings, theremin, and Beck's guest rapping. Flavor" is another standout-a six minute trip into the Blues Explosion that really only works with one riff. The highlight of the album is when Beck, the original white man, comes in to help Jon out with a dubbed old-school rap. Don't miss it. Finally, "Greyhound" is another instrumental that repeats the same riff until you love it. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion will never be commericial-they are too good.
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