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Blue Skied An' Clear - a Morr Music Compilation

Various Artists

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Misunderstood, like many artistic endeavors...

I'm a HUGE Slowdive fan, and though this album does not attempt to replicate their songs, it IS a great collection of artists who have successfully tapped into a similar transcendent musical experience as Slowdive. Why anyone would come here expecting these songs to be literal copycats is puzzling to me, but that expectation is probably the ONLY thing keeping these other reviewers from hearing the potential in this amazing eclectic collection.

Interesting Listen for Slowdive fans...

This is NOT a replacement for the great Slowdive, but there are some good interpretations here. Not all of it is good, but that's the beauty of being able to download by the song... Some of it IS cool, and if it makes you want to go back and listen to the Slowdive albums, then this is as good of a reason as any... My favorites were Alison by Future 3, 40 Days by Lali Puna, and both versions of Here She Comes.

Groundbreakingly Warm Electronic Music

"Blue Skied" was the musical credo of a scene filled with fresh electronic musicians, not an attempt to cash in by covering songs from decades past. The compilation was conceived at a time when most DJs and producers churned out house, downtempo, minimal techno and glitchy IDM. Few people were thinking about Slowdive at the time, but Thomas Morr, founder of the Morr Music label, wanted to return to a more melodic and less boxy style in electronic music, one that hearkened back to 80s synth-pop and 90s dreampop. The idea was to find an unlikely source for electronic music and derive inspiration from it that wasn't reducible to two-bar patterns of thumps and blips. Isan, Styrofoam, Christian Kleine, Solvent, Ulrich Schnauss, B. Fleischmann, Lali Puna (Radiohead's favorite band a few years back), Mum (one of the most popular bands to emerge from Iceland in the past six years) -- if you don't know anything about these quirky artists or their music, then it's pointless to complain they don't sound like Slowdive. You might as well complain that Wendy Carlos didn't play Bach on a harpsichord, or that the Sid Vicious didn't sing "My Way" like Sinatra. Still: If listening to a suite of fractured covers sounds distracting, then you might want to try the first Morr Music comp. instead ("Putting the Morr Back in Morrissey"). Since every artist on both comps has a body of work and a recognizable style, newcomers might need to hear the context before complicating the mix with dreampop refs.

Blue Skied An' Clear - a Morr Music Compilation
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