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Dosh - The Lost Take album

Dosh - The Lost Take album

  • Performer: Dosh
  • Genre: Electronic / Rock
  • Title: The Lost Take
  • Released: 2006
  • Style: Abstract, Downtempo, Experimental
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 1728 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1692 mb
  • Other: AIFF MP2 WMA DMF MOD XM MPC
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 542

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From the 2006 album "The Lost Take" by Martin Dosh.

Album · 2006 · 12 Songs.

The Lost Take is the third solo studio album by American t Dosh. It was released on Anticon on October 17, 2006.

The Lost Take is Dosh's most thematically functional release to date, using alternating textures- from John Fahey-inspired picking to winsome steel guitar- and structures, from passages shaped by noise to tunes built on perfect scales, for near-circadian mimesis. Not coincidentally, Dosh's best-sounding and most thoroughly composed album yet draws capably from that same sphere. Known alternately for drumming with Fog, backing Andrew Bird, and bussing beats to anyone who wants to collaborate, Dosh gives The Lost Take its texture and voice by opening it to those he trusts.

Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. All Versions. Dosh ‎– The Lost Take. Label: Anticon ‎– abr0067. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album.

The Lost Take Tracklist.

Dosh, who daylights as a drum teacher, wraps eighth- and sixteenth-note keyboard riffs into one another, pulling back or adding more when necessary, but never, thanks to major keys, does the subtlety in the mixing, the overall lightness of the chords, come across as heavy or intense. However, because The Lost Take is mainly instrumental, that formula can become a bit predictable, and a little too nice, a little too pretty at times

Tracklist

One Through Seven 3:03
Everybody Cheer Up Song 3:17
Um, Circles And Squares 3:03
A Ghost's Business 3:13
Ship Wreck 3:47
Mpls Rock And Roll 3:19
Fireball 3:20
Unemployed Blues 2:42
Pink Floyd Cowboy Blues 4:07
O Mexico 3:50
Bottom Of A Well 3:16
The Lost Take 3:28

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
abr0067 Dosh The Lost Take ‎(LP, Album) Anticon abr0067 US 2006
abr 0067 Dosh The Lost Take ‎(CD, Album) Anticon abr 0067 US 2006