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2011
Label: Kill Rock Stars - KRS538 • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Indie Rock
Teeth - Thao & Mirah (3) - Thao & Mirah (CD, Album)

Thao and Mirah each wrote a new batch of beautiful songs which were jointly performed and produced by the three with some help from fine Bay Area friends. The album is a collection of songs from two distinctly different, highly respected songwriters, threaded and woven together with the creative energy and freedom of collaboration/5(9).

A2, A5, B7, B9, B ℗ Thanks for Playing (ASCAP) A3, A4, A6, B8, B ℗ Mirah (ASCAP) This album was produced in August and September of at Tiny Telephone in San Francisco California and New, Improved Recording in Oakland California, /5(22).

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The album begins on the high note of "Eleven" (presumably as in the amp setting), a fire-cracking rhythm of drumstick clicks and handclaps and crowd shouting underpinning rich synth squelches and what sounds like an electrified mbira melody while Thao and Mirah trade lines or come together for the chorus, "When love is love/ Don't let it go /5(9).

 ·  · Thao & Mirah Review. by K. Ross Hoffman. [+] For a collaboration between a couple of noted songwriters, it's striking that the songs are often the least interesting thing about Thao & Mirah. There are a handful which stand out on their own merits -- Thao Nguyen's singsongy "How Dare You," an R&B-tinged call-and-response that's the only proper.


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Comment List

  •  · Editors’ Notes Indie pop has found its quirkiest dynamic duo in singer/songwriters Thao & Mirah. Throw coproducer Merrill Garbus of tUnE-yArDs into the mix, and every sound gets turned on its head. Garbus' kitchen-sink approach is best realized on the clickety-clacking "Eleven" and the jazzy jumble of "Rubies and Rocks.".

  •  · Thao & Mirah Review. by K. Ross Hoffman. [+] For a collaboration between a couple of noted songwriters, it's striking that the songs are often the least interesting thing about Thao & Mirah. There are a handful which stand out on their own merits -- Thao Nguyen's singsongy "How Dare You," an R&B-tinged call-and-response that's the only proper 7/10(99).

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