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Pink Thunder

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ISBN-13: 978-0984475261
ISBN-10: 0984475265
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Zapruder may well have taken the largest step any artist, literary or otherwise, has taken in years toward reminding us why we love poetry . . . Pink Thunder is that remarkable historical happening that's both a great album and a great poetry collection. --The Huffington Post

If Pink Thunder has a message, it s that the relationship between poetry and music is more elusive, more conditional, than that of traditional lyrics in a song. This is the best thing about the project, the way Zapruder uses his music to mirror, or echo, his own reading of the material, and its emotional effect. --L.A. Times

Zapruder lets the songs wander, as if he's creating a melodic new method of storytelling... He builds songs in a Jon Brian-esque style, with Elliot Smith-like sensitivity and raw ache in his vocals, treading ever-so-lightly over tracks of electric guitar, drums, synthesizers, and in some cases, marimba or brass horns. --San Francisco Bay Guardian

If Pink Thunder has a message, it s that the relationship between poetry and music is more elusive, more conditional, than that of traditional lyrics in a song. This is the best thing about the project, the way Zapruder uses his music to mirror, or echo, his own reading of the material, and its emotional effect. --L.A. Times

Zapruder lets the songs wander, as if he's creating a melodic new method of storytelling... He builds songs in a Jon Brian-esque style, with Elliot Smith-like sensitivity and raw ache in his vocals, treading ever-so-lightly over tracks of electric guitar, drums, synthesizers, and in some cases, marimba or brass horns. --San Francisco Bay Guardian

If Pink Thunder has a message, it s that the relationship between poetry and music is more elusive, more conditional, than that of traditional lyrics in a song. This is the best thing about the project, the way Zapruder uses his music to mirror, or echo, his own reading of the material, and its emotional effect. --L.A. Times

Zapruder lets the songs wander, as if he's creating a melodic new method of storytelling... He builds songs in a Jon Brian-esque style, with Elliot Smith-like sensitivity and raw ache in his vocals, treading ever-so-lightly over tracks of electric guitar, drums, synthesizers, and in some cases, marimba or brass horns. --San Francisco Bay Guardian

About the Author

Michael Zapruder is an award-winning musician whose discography includes three solo records and the 52 Songs project, for which he wrote, recorded and posted online one song per week for a year. His most recent album, Dragon Chinese Cocktail Horoscope (SideCho Records), won the 2009 Independent Music Award for Best Folk/Singer- songwriter Album. Zapruder's music has been well-received and reviewed widely, most notably by Pitchfork, the Los Angeles Times, Time Out New York, Magnet Magazine, and The Washington Post. He has toured the US numerous times and appeared with artists like Iron and Wine, Fruit Bats, and Scout Niblett.
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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 64 pages
  • Publisher: Black Ocean (December 1, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0984475265
  • ISBN-13: 978-0984475261
  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 6.2 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,639,097 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By K. Sadira Dorran on October 12, 2013
Pink Thunder reached inside of me and pulled some primeval associations out of my subconscious, rendering them into intrigue and delight, memory, and hope. Nostalgia, all the deep things that feel (and are) meaningful about life, a freshness in concept and delivery (in contrast with the above-metioned nostalgia) that eludes academic deconstructivism, and happiness are somehow all wrapped up in these pages, along with the music that accompanies the book. The book and music each stand on their own, but are two facets of the same diamond- the heart of the soul of man. Don't know what to say - Zapruder's rendering of these inspirations leaves me humbled & somewhat speechless ("How uncommon," many would say!) It's rare that I come across the work of an artist that I can really climb into, that provides a kind of refuge for my mind/soul, and a journey travelled via the work that I want to traverse again & again.
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