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Write About Love (Bonus Track Version)

Belle and Sebastian

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Stuart Murdoch’s recent decision to make Belle & Sebastian a democracy has changed the band in positive ways. Sarah Martin’s “I Didn’t See It Coming” is exactly the kind of fresh blood the band needs to succeed as their album count grows. The song takes a slower pace and staggers the standard B&S shuffle. Martin’s vocals still add a weightless, breathy beauty, but the brilliant ensemble playing is lusher than ever before. Murdoch adds the stately and witty ballad “Calculating Bimbo,” where every drum roll seems to mock the pomp and circumstances of this twisted love song. Norah Jones duets for “Little Lou, Ugly Jack, Prophet John.” “I Want the World to Stop” catches a tougher, quick tempo groove for its odd celebration. Stevie Jackson adds a sprite “I’m Not Living In the Real World”. But Murdoch fills things out with the gorgeously orchestrated “The Ghost of Rockschool” and the sparsely arranged “Read The Blessed Pages”, where Murdoch re-finds his commitment to his band in song.

Customer Reviews

Twit!

Why write a review when you haven't listened to the album and are not a fan? How much time have you got on your hands?

alright...just.

If, like me, you like your Belle and Sebastian maudlin and introspective then this isn't the album for you.

Continuing the trend of upbeat coffee bar 60's-esque vignettes that started with Dear Catastrophe Waitress, I found the sound soon grated becoming song after song of unbearable handbag disco pop.

Too slick, too polished for my tastes and nowhere near as affecting as their first four albums..

Having said that the opening song is an absolute cracker so much so that it almost makes up for the diminishing returns of the rest of the album...

Wecome Back !!!

Great to have some freash material from "The Belle"

Solid album which has the ability to make me feel 15, fresh, n fragile again. The reason these guys are one of my favourate Bands....

Thanks Guys...

Biography

Formed: 1995 in Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A band that takes its name from a French children's television series about a boy and his dog would almost have to be precious, and to be sure, Belle & Sebastian are precious. But precious can be a damning word, and Belle & Sebastian don't have the negative qualities that the word connotes: they are private but not insular, pretty but not wimpy; they make gorgeous, delicate melodies sound full-bodied. Led by guitarist/vocalist Stuart Murdoch, the seven-piece band has an intimate, majestic...
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