Жанр: Folk Punk Страна: Switzerland Год издания: 2012 Аудиокодек: MP3 Тип рипа: tracks Битрейт аудио: V0 ~260 kbps Продолжительность: 36:00 Треклист: 01 - Marilou. 02 - Sorry Ti Monde. 03 - Paraiit Qu'y a Pas l'Temps. 04 - Casse Mes Objets (You Broke My Stuff). 05 - Wivenhoe. 06 - Black Samedi. 07 - Mama Don't. 08 - Seco e Molhado. 09 - Bye Bye Bayou Birdy Black (Part 2). 10 - Sittin' On Top of the World. 11 - I Don't Feel at Home. 12 - Ouu Est Passee Arthur Lyman. 13 - Story of Love and Hate.
Here’s a real curiosity: a trio from Switzerland who are celebrated for treating Louisiana cajun and zydeco styles with punk ferocity, but have now moved to New York to work with blues-rock guitarist and producer Jon Spencer. Mama Rosin made it clear last year that they were looking for new musical directions when they recorded with the London rockabilly veterans Hipbone Slim and the Knee Tremblers, and now they have made their most intriguing and experimental album to date. The recording is often rough and raw, and veers between rumbling garage-rock and bayou styles, with the melodeon and fiddle work of Cyril Yeterian matched against the guitars and banjo of Robin Girod, with clanking effects or distorted vocals added in. There is still a cajun edge to many of the songs, but now mixed in with a hefty dose of rock and blues, as on furious and raucous YouBroke My Stuff, or the slow and slinky Mama Don’t, which builds to an insistent riff with echoes of the Velvet Underground. — Guardian 4/5