True Stories of Native American Massacres for your July 4th American BBQ Celebration and the Best Of 2012 So Far Summer Special
American BBQ and Best Of 2012 So Far Summer Special! Andy, Reggie, and Thom, check in with some of the year’s best releases so far while spinning songs about America’s history, somewhat, not really.
An imaginary soundtrack featuring Jack White and Norah Jones on a few tracks, and produced by the genre-hopping moniker that is Danger Mouse (Brian Burton) along with Italian film composer, Daniele Luppi. Paying homage to film composer, Ennio Morricone (The Good, The Bad and the Ugly), the spaghetti-western’s sound pioneer, Burton and Luppi draw inspiration from soul and classical music, to create a sexed out spin off version, spaghetti-soul. 15 compositions that barely account for 35 minutes of mysterious, heartbroken and paranoid pleasure are accentuated by scattered guest vocals by White and Jones. Each limited by their time involved here provide their best, focused vocal work to dateâ€“and they’re not the true stars here.