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The Black Keys - Brothers

The Black Keys - Brothers

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The Black Keys - Brothers

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4.5/5 (3 ratings)
Length:
15 songs
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Released:
Apr 1, 2011
ISBN:
9781603788540
Format:
Sheet Music

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(Play It Like It Is). Ohioan blues-rock duo the Black Keys is riding high: Brothers garnered five Grammy noms and won Best Alternative Music Album. Rolling Stone ranked the release the second Best Album of 2010, and Spin named the band Artist of the Year. Here are all 15 songs in artist-approved notes & tab: Black Mud * Everlasting Light * The Go Getter * Howlin' for You * I'm Not the Only One * Never Give You Up * Next Girl * The Only One * She's Long Gone * Sinister Kid * Ten Cent Pistol * These Days * Tighten Up * Too Afraid to Love You * Unknown Brother.
Publisher:
Released:
Apr 1, 2011
ISBN:
9781603788540
Format:
Sheet Music
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  • (5/5)
    The Black Keys Brothers Rolling Stone Album Reviewby David FrickeThe Black Keys ? singer-guitarist Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney on drums ? are a two-man combo with a big-band mind. On Brothers, their first studio album after a year of offshoot affairs (Auerbach's solo album, Keep It Hid; Carney's side group, Drummer; a hip-hop project, BlakRoc), the Keys make a thick, dirty racket, overdubbed but never overstuffed. "Everlasting Light" has hive-of-bees distortion, corn-pone harmonies and an Auerbach falsetto that suggests Prince singing through a mummy's gauze. In "Ten Cent Pistol," the pair pile on the menace ? a garage quintet's worth of guitars, organ and heavy death march ? while leaving enough cold air in a mix that feels like a graveyard recital. Auerbach and Carney did as much on 2008's Attack & Release, produced by Danger Mouse. But Brothers, recorded largely in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, with little outside help, has a higher ratio of compelling songs and distress. "The Only One" is slow, earthy sorrow, too roughly handled for pop radio here but a surefire hit on some distant blues planet. And I would have ended the album (which runs a little too long) with "I'm Not the One." With its rusted electric piano, aching bridge and Auerbach's ravaged vocal, it is a deep-fried wrong-love song destined for a payday cover in the straight world.
  • (5/5)
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