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NO SCARE is the Wichita debut for Chicago's Health&Beauty, a band led by Brian Sulpizio and backed by keyboard player Ben Boye (Ryley Walker, Bonnie Prince Billy, Angel Olson, Sun Kil Moon, etc,) and hugely in-demand jazz drummer, Frank Rosaly (Ryley Walker, Peter Brotzmann, and many more). The album recalls the 70s sound of Neil Young (one song originally included a Neil Young lyric and melody which, alas, had to be removed), but with a more angular side, perhaps recalling Dirty Projectors - it's a wonderful showcase for the three musicians' amazing chops, from the urgent rush of opener 'Back to the Place,' through the title-track's afrobeat / highlife melodies to the beautiful, more gentle 'Im Yr Baby (for Aaron Swartz).'
NO SCARE is the Wichita debut for Chicago's Health&Beauty, a band led by Brian Sulpizio and backed by keyboard player Ben Boye (Ryley Walker, Bonnie Prince Billy, Angel Olson, Sun Kil Moon, etc,) and hugely in-demand jazz drummer, Frank Rosaly (Ryley Walker, Peter Brotzmann, and many more). The album recalls the 70s sound of Neil Young (one song originally included a Neil Young lyric and melody which, alas, had to be removed), but with a more angular side, perhaps recalling Dirty Projectors - it's a wonderful showcase for the three musicians' amazing chops, from the urgent rush of opener 'Back to the Place,' through the title-track's afrobeat / highlife melodies to the beautiful, more gentle 'Im Yr Baby (for Aaron Swartz).'
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No Scare [Vinyl]
Artist: Health&Beauty
Format: Vinyl
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NO SCARE is the Wichita debut for Chicago's Health&Beauty, a band led by Brian Sulpizio and backed by keyboard player Ben Boye (Ryley Walker, Bonnie Prince Billy, Angel Olson, Sun Kil Moon, etc,) and hugely in-demand jazz drummer, Frank Rosaly (Ryley Walker, Peter Brotzmann, and many more). The album recalls the 70s sound of Neil Young (one song originally included a Neil Young lyric and melody which, alas, had to be removed), but with a more angular side, perhaps recalling Dirty Projectors - it's a wonderful showcase for the three musicians' amazing chops, from the urgent rush of opener 'Back to the Place,' through the title-track's afrobeat / highlife melodies to the beautiful, more gentle 'Im Yr Baby (for Aaron Swartz).'
        
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