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Lost Take

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 17, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Anticon
  • ASIN: B000F2BXHW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #421,081 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Outside of his casual day job as the drummer for Andrew Broder's Fog, Martin Dosh has a quaint little hobby going as a basement producer. Though critically acclaimed, his first two albums sounded like/as they were recorded in a basement. For whatever reason, Dosh decided to open up the studio for his third album. The Lost Take sees contributions from Andrew Bird's violin, the guitars of Erik Applewick (Tapes n' Tapes) and Jeremy Ylvisaker (Fog), Happy Apple's Mike Lewis, and more, while the production sounds more expensive. The focus here is not on glitchy drum and bass like Pure Trash nor on field recording driven downtempo like his self-titled solo debut. While his song structure is still quite manic, the richness of sounds and collaborations makes this Take his most fully realized album yet. Screw day jobs. Fog has gone downhill with every album, but Dosh is just getting warmed up.
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By btnh1999 on November 18, 2006
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Dosh's The Lost Take is one of the most well-done and beautiful electronica albums I have heard in a long time. Do not be put off by the long list of guests. Every contributor integrates into the album seamlessly, making this Dosh's best album to date. While his previous albums dealt mostly with drums and the Rhodes piano, as those are Martin Dosh's instruments of choice, he has brought in accomplished guitarists, violinists, saxophone players, and other instrumentalists to enrich his album. There is no best track; the album blends seamlessly from one to another (Although to be honest, I wasn't crazy about "Fireball.") Overall, this is a warm, enjoyable album which is unmissable for any fan of jazz, rock, electronica, or, well, music in general.
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I bought this album because Dosh was recommended to me by a friend, and he was right, it is right up my alley in music taste, but it somehow lacks bite.
Maybe it's the production, but I wish there would be more energy, more BANG for my bucks.....if you know what I mean.
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