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Warm & Cool

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Those Harbor Lights [Instrumental]
  2. Sleepwalkin' [Instrumental]
  3. The Deep Dark Clouds [Instrumental]
  4. Saucer Crash [Instrumental]
  5. Depot (1951) [Instrumental]
  6. Boulevard [Instrumental]
  7. Harley Quinn [Instrumental]
  8. Sor Juanna [Instrumental]
  9. Depot (1957) [Instrumental]
  10. Spiritual [Instrumental]
  11. Little Dance [Instrumental]
  12. Ore [Instrumental]
  13. Depot (1958) [Instrumental]
  14. Lore [Instrumental]
  15. Old Car [*][Instrumental]
  16. Ancient [*][Instrumental]
  17. Asmileyfallsapart [*][Instrumental]
  18. Avanti [*][Instrumental]
  19. Early Waltz [*][Instrumental]
  20. Please Keep Going [*][Instrumental]
  21. Tontootempo [*][Instrumental]
  22. A Film of Flowers [*][Instrumental]


Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 11, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Thrill Jockey
  • ASIN: B000A87KKU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #133,213 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By somethingexcellent VINE VOICE on November 24, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Tom Verlaine is likely already cooler than most people will ever be in their lives. He entered the music scene as a member of the Neon Boys, and later helped write a couple classics as part of the band Television. Warm And Cool is a much different record than what one might expect from Verlaine, though, as it's not only instrumental, but also stylistically much different than the work he did with either of his other bands. Originally released back in 1992, it's one of those albums that seems oddly timeless, with a style that dips into rock and jazz without taking on the baggage of any particular era.

Verlaine is joined on the album by Television bandmates Fred Smith and Billy Ficca, as well as Jay Dee Daugherty (who played with The Church, the Patti Smith Band, and others), and interestingly enough, the album is largely improvised. In most cases, Verlaine would play a basic melody on his guitar beforehand, the players would talk about a beat or tempo, then they'd roll with it. The result is an album that's loose and inspired without being sloppy in the slightest. It's also more varied than one might guess.

The album starts with a slow-burner in "Those Harbor Lights" as Verlaine lays down some smokey coils of guitar over brushed drums while "Sleepwalkin'" shuffles with a healthy swagger while "The Deep Dark Clouds" gets downright atmospheric with sparse, reverbed guitar notes and distant rumbling percussion. A good portion of the opening section of the album actually feels like soundtrack work (a film adaptation of an Elmore Leonard book immediately comes to mind) as the musicians toy with dark alleys and smokey club themes.
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If you are old enough to remember, once upon a time (before the Rolling Stones recorded "Satisfaction")guitars were clean and twangy. This record has the older guitar sounds. However Tom Verlaine has managed to emulate some of the earlier guitar gods of yesteryear. I am talking about Dwane Eddy, the Ventures,Hank Marvin,and maybe even a little Al Caiola. However his tone is dark and more mysterious. The natural thing is to compare this to soundtrack music. Since it is not from any film, the listener is free to conjure up any film the mind can conceive while listening. For a while, it seems as if guitar music was going to be confined to Heavy Metal. Thankfully, Tom Verlaine has reinvented Twangy Guitar music.There are a few experimental tracks, but they fit in the overall tapestry presented here.I have the expanded version which features eight extra cuts not included on the Ryko release. The credits list the microphones and recording equipment used, but do not list the guitars or drums. I believe Tom used a Fender Jazzmaster in his band Television. He may have used a Jazzmaster and other guitars here.If you like hearing the sound of the old twangy reverb guitars, then there are 22 cuts to listen to. The CD title gives you description of the range of the music, I hope I helped you realize the texture.
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A beautiful, mysterious and deeply creative album from a true artist. I was so happy to find this version, which has a second disk of extra tracks - "Passion of Anna", eg, which is gorgeous. Thanks to the seller for fast, reasonable shipping too!
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This is one of those strange little albums that is hard to categorize, like the Penguin Cafe Orchestra, or Moondog. This is NOT a Television album, nor does it fit in with his works that include vocals. The tone of the guitar is more of a deep, Dick Dale or Duane Eddy sound, and it all has a noirish, film-score sound. You'll recognize several cuts as filler on public radio. Not the most amazing album ever recorded, but very good indeed.
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