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The Black Keys - Brothers (2010) [24 bit FLAC] vinyl Released: 2010 Duration: 55:27 Genre: Pop/Rock Style: Alternative, Indie Rock Codec: FLAC Bit Rate: ~ 2,800 kbps Bits Per Sample: 24 Sample Rate: 96,000 Hz Hannl"limited" Record Cleaning Machine with Rotating Brush TT: Bergmann Audio "Magne" Tonearm: Bergmann Magne (tangential air-bearing tonearm) Cartridge: Ortofon MC A 90 Phono Amp: Nagra BPS (100 Ohm load) Interconnects by Silent Wire (NF-7) Benchmark ADC 1 USB Interconnects by VIA Blue (XLR & USB-Cable) AC connects by Goldkabel Wavelab 6.1 recording software (recording & manual click removal) iZotope RX Advanced 2.0 (resampling & audio restoration) Traders Little Helper (SBE fix on 16/44.1) Vacuum Cleaning > Bergmann Magne > Nagra BPS > PC > Wavelab 6.1 (24/96) > manual click removal analyze (no clipping, no DC Bias offset) > split into individual Tracks > FLAC encoded (Vers. 1.21) No silence been removed, please burn gapless to match original tracklayout. 01. Everlasting Light 02. Next Girl 03. Tighten Up 04. HowlinΓÇÖ for You 05. SheΓÇÖs Long Gone 06. Black Mud 07. The Only One 08. Too Afraid to Love You 09. Ten Cent Pistol 10. Sinister Kid 11. The Go Getter 12. IΓÇÖm Not the One 13. Unknown Brother 14. Never Gonna Give You Up 15. These Days Retreating from the hazy Danger Mouse-fueled pot dream of Attack & Release, the Black Keys headed down to the legendary Muscle Shoals, recording their third album on their own and dubbing it Brothers. The studio, not to mention the artwork patterned after such disregarded Chess psychedelic-era relics as This Is HowlinΓÇÖ WolfΓÇÖs New Album, are good indications that the tough blues band of the Black Keys earliest records is back, but the group hasnΓÇÖt forgotten what theyΓÇÖve learned in their inwardly psychedelic mid-period. Brothers still can get mighty trippy -- the swirling chintzy organ that circles ΓÇ£The Only One,ΓÇ¥ the Baroque harpsichord flair of ΓÇ£Too Afraid to Love YouΓÇ¥ -- but the album is built with blood and dirt, so its wilder moments remain gritty without being earthbound. Sonically, that scuffed-up spaciness -- the open air created by the fuzz guitars and phasing, analog keyboards, and cavernous drums -- is considerably appealing, but the Black Keys' ace in the hole remains the exceptional songwriting that Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney are so good at. They twist a Gary Glitter stomp into swamp fuzz blues, steal a title from Archie Bell & the Drells but never reference that classic Tighten Up groove, and approximate a slow ΓÇÿ60s soul crawl on ΓÇ£Unknown BrotherΓÇ¥ before following it up with a version of Jerry ButlerΓÇÖs ΓÇ£Never Gonna Give You Up,ΓÇ¥ and itΓÇÖs nearly impossible to tell which is the cover. And thatΓÇÖs the great thing about the Black Keys in general and Brothers in particular: the past and present intermingle so thoroughly that they blur, yet thereΓÇÖs no affect, just three hundred pounds of joy.
|The Black Keys - Brothers (2010) [24 bit FLAC] vinyl/A1 - Everlasting Light.flac||75.819 MB|
|The Black Keys - Brothers (2010) [24 bit FLAC] vinyl/C3 - The Go Getter.flac||79.341 MB|
|The Black Keys - Brothers (2010) [24 bit FLAC] vinyl/C2 - Sinister Kid.flac||86.297 MB|