A Moon Shaped Pool is the ninth studio album by the English rock band Radiohead, released as a digital download and on paid streaming services on 8 May 2016. A physical release followed in June 2016 through Hostess Entertainment in Japan and XL Recordings in other countries. A special edition, containing additional artwork and two more tracks, will be shipped in September 2016. Radiohead worked on A Moon Shaped Pool intermittently after finishing the 2012 tour for their previous album, The King of Limbs, working in southern France with longtime producer Nigel Godrich. It includes several songs written some years earlier; "True Love Waits" dates to at least 1995, "Burn the Witch" to 2000 and "Present Tense" to 2008. Several tracks feature strings and choral vocals arranged by Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood and…
"This was one of my first SACD's that demonstrated the full capabilities of the media. All six channels are strongly apparent with a full range of sonics. Did I mention that McPartland is at her finest? Amazing musician." ~sa-cd.net
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Instrumentals inspired by all genres from the Sixties: Surf, TV Themes, Memphis, Fuzz, Spaghetti Western, Pop, Schmaltz–played by some of the best musicians from the modern surf scene.
And just who is “Cap’n Coconuts”??? Simian spy turned Hollywood cad, now a bouncer at a bar in San Francisco? Or star of a 60’s TV sitcom that apparently only Pool Boys leader Ferenc Dobronyi remembers. “He was my muse for this record. I wanted to write instrumentals that evoked the feelings that I get when I remember the music of my childhood"…
"Inside Out" is a 1995 song recorded by the German eurodance band Culture Beat. As for other Culture Beat's singles, a CD maxi entierely composed of remixes was added among the available media a short time after.
Lisa Gerrard was so indelibly and obviously a part of what made Dead Can Dance what it is that it's little wonder that The Mirror Pool feels essentially like a continuation of that band's haunting, vast atmospheres. Without Brendan Perry's deep, rolling voice as a contrast, Gerrard's sky-sweeping abilities transform the entire recording into a truly mystical experience. The use of Australia's Victorian Philharmonic Orchestra on many tracks continues the tradition of strong arrangements in Gerrard's work, thanks to the abilities of John Bonnar, who conducts as well as performs at other points.