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I Should Care - Marc Ribot - Rootless Cosmopolitans (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Find Marc Ribot discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Marc Ribot discography, albums and singles on AllMusic full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Singles & EPs DVDs & Videos All. Year Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings ; Rootless Cosmopolitans: Antilles Requiem for.
  2. Jan 01,  · Rootless Cosmopolitans is the debut solo album by American guitarist Marc Ribot, released by Antilles in Description provided by Wikipedia under Creative Commons Attribution CC-BY-SA Read more. Collapse. Songs. 1 I Should Care: /5(1).
  3. Rootless Cosmopolitans was guitarist Marc Ribot's early and quixotic stab at commercial semi-success, a quasi-rock band filtered through free jazz and noise. Clarinetist Don Byron shares the lead instrumental work with Ribot and the two, backed by the imaginative keyboards of Anthony Coleman, certainly make for a unique ensemble sound, far more thorny than your standard rock fare.
  4. Rootless cosmopolitan (Russian: безродный космополит, romanized: bezrodnyi kosmopolit) was a pejorative Soviet epithet which referred mostly to Jewish intellectuals, as an accusation of their lack of patriotism, i.e., lack of full allegiance to the Soviet Union, especially during the anti-cosmopolitan campaign of – The anti-cosmopolitan campaign began in
  5. May 08,  · Around the same time he also got a 2-tone sunburst ESP Tele with a maple neck and a Strat whammy that he later used with the Rootless Cosmopolitans and with Costello on Spike: "I like it 'cos it's real squeaky and good for scronky industrial things, but it's close enough to a regular Fender to sound traditional too".
  6. This discography includes albums by guitarist Marc Ribot, and significant recordings to which he has contributed. The year in brackets indicates the date of first release. Albums. Year released Title Label Notes Rootless Cosmopolitans: Island: Requiem for What's His Name: Les Disques du Crépuscule: with The Rootless Cosmopolitans.
  7. "Rootless Cosmopolitans" is Marc Ribot's first album. The recording begins with "I Should Care," which sets the post-modern tone. Things get going in earnest with 'Shortly After Takeoff.' Playing distortion fueled rock with avant-garde jazz esthetics, this song exemplifies the band's core sound/5(5).
  8. Feb 25,  · If there is a distinguishing feature of American guitarist Marc Ribot's style it is that you'd be unwise to attempt to attribute a distinguishing feature or style to it. In the words of Walt Whitman, he contains multitudes. And he can go anywhere with them. Which is doubtless why Tom Waits -- making his career turn in the mid Eighties -- called on Ribot to bring his angularity.

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