A Moveable Feast by The Sharp Things, released 26 June 2007 1. The Jumpers 2. Through With Love 3. An Ocean Part Deux 4. Storm King 5. Cruel Thing 6. Don't Hold Out Hope 7. La Chose Francaise 8. Bureau De Change 9. The Devil In You Sings 10. What's The New Girl Wonder 11. Don't You Leave Me This Way 12. Rey 13. Driving In Manhattan In My Car 14. Now That I'm Back 15. Franz Agonistes. EverubodyEverybody is The Sharp Things’ seventh studio album, and the last in a sprawling, four-album series entitled Dogs Of Bushwick.
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The Sharp Things, led by the velvet-voiced Perry Serpa, have been developing their swollen indie pop sound for over a decade now, and in many ways A Moveable Feast could be seen as the culmination of their efforts. A Moveable Feast is hard to fault: the production is clean and wet (a sound, by the way, which belies the fact that this album was more or less recorded on a laptop), the material is wide-ranging and well made, and the Sharp Things themselves sound more mature and more confident than ever. Will it ever get better for this ragtag bunch of New Yorkers? It's not clear. This album might just be the Sharp Things' finest work.
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Suave vocalist of the Sharp Things, Perry Serpa, explains the creation of his group in 1995 as "a means to realize the spiralling shapes in my head. A Moveable Feast, the third album from New York's 11-piece symphonic-pop band, who are joined here by the Hold Steady's keyboard player Franz Nicolay and the New York Symphonic Arts Ensemble, attempts to release some of the pressure with an eclectic assortment of numbers like the darkly atmospheric chamber-pop of opener "The Jumper", the smouldering, tyrannical Velvets-esque. These cool vocal stylings make up the second half and provide one of the album's highlights, "What's the New Girl Wonder", a deceptively laid-back tune told from the perspective of a stalker. The constant switch between styles, however, does make you wish the "spiralling shapes" inside Serpa's head were just a little more focused on occasion.
The Sharp Things began recording their third album in October, 2006. Entitled A Moveable Feast, the album featured performances by The New York Symphonic Arts Ensemble, a 40-piece orchestra, conducted by Sybille Werner, recorded at the Julia Richman Education Complex in Manhattan. Other guests included Tony Award-winning actor and musician Michael Cerveris; Franz Nicolay, then-keyboardist for The Hold Steady; and tenor saxophonist Stuart D. Bogie of Antibalas. Returning to the homemade approach of Here Comes The Sharp Things, A Moveable Feast was recorded in various kitchens, living rooms and.
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|2||Through With Love|
|3||An Ocean Part Deux|
|6||Don't Hold Out Hope|
|7||La Chose Française|
|8||Bureau Of Change|
|9||The Devil In You Sings|
|10||What's The New Girl Wonder|
|11||Don't You Leave Me This Way|
|13||Driving In Manhattan In My Car|
|14||Now That I'm Back|
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