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Maybe everything has been going to such shit lately because Barbara Manning has been hibernating. A Matador Records mainstay and pivotal indie-rock pioneer of the nineties, Manning has continually written material that matches the quality of the many songs she covers. Both as a performer and a listener, Barbara Manning is a passionate lifer. While her music is compact and succinct, it is steeped in multitudes of genre periods and styles. From SF Seals to her work with Stuart Moxham (Young Marble Giants) to The Go-Luckys, every collaboration carries her genius melodies and lyricism. In a four minute catchy song, Manning can communicate what others require novels to express. Her fans include Yo La Tengo, The Clean, Sonic Youth, Tall Dwarfs, Pavement, Calexico, The Replacements, and even Faust (don't forget her prolific work as half of free-sound stalwarts Glands Of External Secretion.) With an upcoming tour joining Codeine, Manning felt the time was right for something new. Thus, Charm Of Yesterday... Convenience Of Tomorrow. It compiles a few different periods. Chico Daze is a song cycle that absorbed the dark times and experiences she had in Northern California through the 2010s. The Porch Series cover songs were Manning's antidote to pandemic madness, and features the music of Elliott Smith, Edgar Winter, Richard & Linda Thompson, Galaxie 500, Bob Dylan and The Handsome Family. Now situated near Los Angeles, where she works as a drama teacher, Manning has been playing live again and recording, channeling her innate sense of theatricality and dynamics into this new musical era. Charm Of Yesterday... Convenience Of Tomorrow heralds a new phase of releases for an iconic, legendary artist set to reintroduce herself and show how beautiful songwriting flames eternal.
Maybe everything has been going to such shit lately because Barbara Manning has been hibernating. A Matador Records mainstay and pivotal indie-rock pioneer of the nineties, Manning has continually written material that matches the quality of the many songs she covers. Both as a performer and a listener, Barbara Manning is a passionate lifer. While her music is compact and succinct, it is steeped in multitudes of genre periods and styles. From SF Seals to her work with Stuart Moxham (Young Marble Giants) to The Go-Luckys, every collaboration carries her genius melodies and lyricism. In a four minute catchy song, Manning can communicate what others require novels to express. Her fans include Yo La Tengo, The Clean, Sonic Youth, Tall Dwarfs, Pavement, Calexico, The Replacements, and even Faust (don't forget her prolific work as half of free-sound stalwarts Glands Of External Secretion.) With an upcoming tour joining Codeine, Manning felt the time was right for something new. Thus, Charm Of Yesterday... Convenience Of Tomorrow. It compiles a few different periods. Chico Daze is a song cycle that absorbed the dark times and experiences she had in Northern California through the 2010s. The Porch Series cover songs were Manning's antidote to pandemic madness, and features the music of Elliott Smith, Edgar Winter, Richard & Linda Thompson, Galaxie 500, Bob Dylan and The Handsome Family. Now situated near Los Angeles, where she works as a drama teacher, Manning has been playing live again and recording, channeling her innate sense of theatricality and dynamics into this new musical era. Charm Of Yesterday... Convenience Of Tomorrow heralds a new phase of releases for an iconic, legendary artist set to reintroduce herself and show how beautiful songwriting flames eternal.
600197020326

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Format: CD
Label: BA DA BING
Rel. Date: 12/22/2023
UPC: 600197020326

Charm Of Yesterday Convenience Of Tomorrow
Artist: Barbara Manning
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Track 1
2. Don't Hold Back
3. Track 3
4. Reverse Disguise
5. Track 5
6. I'm Running
7. Track 7
8. Twilight (Elliott Smith)
9. Track 9
10. How Did You Know
11. Track 11
12. Dying to Live (Edgar Winter)
13. Track 13
14. Better By Bounds
15. Track 15
16. Tape You to a Star
17. Track 17
18. Temperature's Rising (Galaxie 500)
19. 1
20. a Mountain Uscpt2320310
21. 1
22. Lay Down Your Weary Tune, Lay Down (Bob Dylan)
23. 1
24. Wishes Don't Tie You Down
25. 1
26. Why, Why Won't You Love Me Back
27. 1
28. Heat
29. 1
30. a Heart Needs a Home (Richard ; Linda Thompson)
31. 1
32. So Much Wine (The Handsome Family)

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Maybe everything has been going to such shit lately because Barbara Manning has been hibernating. A Matador Records mainstay and pivotal indie-rock pioneer of the nineties, Manning has continually written material that matches the quality of the many songs she covers. Both as a performer and a listener, Barbara Manning is a passionate lifer. While her music is compact and succinct, it is steeped in multitudes of genre periods and styles. From SF Seals to her work with Stuart Moxham (Young Marble Giants) to The Go-Luckys, every collaboration carries her genius melodies and lyricism. In a four minute catchy song, Manning can communicate what others require novels to express. Her fans include Yo La Tengo, The Clean, Sonic Youth, Tall Dwarfs, Pavement, Calexico, The Replacements, and even Faust (don't forget her prolific work as half of free-sound stalwarts Glands Of External Secretion.) With an upcoming tour joining Codeine, Manning felt the time was right for something new. Thus, Charm Of Yesterday... Convenience Of Tomorrow. It compiles a few different periods. Chico Daze is a song cycle that absorbed the dark times and experiences she had in Northern California through the 2010s. The Porch Series cover songs were Manning's antidote to pandemic madness, and features the music of Elliott Smith, Edgar Winter, Richard & Linda Thompson, Galaxie 500, Bob Dylan and The Handsome Family. Now situated near Los Angeles, where she works as a drama teacher, Manning has been playing live again and recording, channeling her innate sense of theatricality and dynamics into this new musical era. Charm Of Yesterday... Convenience Of Tomorrow heralds a new phase of releases for an iconic, legendary artist set to reintroduce herself and show how beautiful songwriting flames eternal.
        
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