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Angel Olsen - My Woman flac album
  • Performer: Angel Olsen
  • Title: My Woman
  • Genre: Pop Rock
  • Style: Alternative Singer/Songwriter,Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Rock,Indie Pop
  • Recording location: Vox Studios, Los Angeles, CA
  • Date of release: September 2, 2016
  • MP3 size: 1839 mb
  • FLAC size 1294 mb
  • Formats AU AA MMF AAC RA WAV
  • Duration: 47:17

My Woman (stylized as MY WOMAN) is the third studio album by the American singer-songwriter Angel Olsen, released on September 2, 2016 on Jagjaguwar Records. Produced by Olsen and Justin Raisen, the album was accompanied by music videos for the tracks, "Intern", "Shut Up Kiss Me", and "Sister" all co-directed or directed by Olsen. My Woman was recorded at Vox Studios in Los Angeles with producer Justin Raisen.

Released September 2, 2016. My Woman is the third studio album by Angel Olsen, released on September 2, 2016 on Jagjaguwar. The albums was produced by Olsen and Justin Raisen and recorded at Vox Studios in Los Angeles. According to previous interviews, many of the songs engage with the complicated mess of being a woman. Olsen has also said that the album was structured as sides of a vinyl record: On one side, it’s as if you were having an upbeat day and wanted to try something a little hectic.

Angel Olsen's latest is her best record yet, a bracing mix of sounds and styles congealing around songs of pain, sadness, and hope. In 2010, Angel Olsen was a folk singer. Her first great song, If It’s Alive, It Will, sounded radically spare, like it had been recorded inside of a closet, or perhaps in another world. It contained some three-dozen epiphanies-one for each line. Know your own heart well/It’s the one that’s worth most of your time, Olsen sang, a mantra so disarming and wise it could cut through the thickest lo-fi fog. If It’s Alive, It Will was pure empathy. You might implant it in your brain as a reminder of how to live.

My Woman, Angel Olsen’s third full-length album, pushes away indie-rock expectations and seizes the prerogatives of pop. This 29-year-old singer and songwriter’s previous albums situated her in a certain musical sphere: a folky, rootsy zone where bare-bones acoustic guitar and scruffy electric bands signal heartfelt authenticity. The most indelible pop songs are rich with a sense of urgency - a message from the heart, boiled down into four minutes or less and given some banging drums and richly wrung emotions to make the point stick. Angel Olsen knows this. The North Carolina-based musician’s new album My Woman is full of vibrant songs that take twists in chronicling the deep-seated feelings that brought them to life.

Following the acclaimed Burn Your Fire for No Witness and its expanded sound by two-and-a-half years, idiosyncratic singer/songwriter Angel Olsen broadens her palette even more on LP four, My Woman. Now with a long enough discography to note trends, she's made a steady transformation from tormented acoustic crooner to veritable indie rock songstress, if one still capable of the most intimate of deliveries

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Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). This is my introduction to Angel Olsen and I now realize she took a different, poppier turn here from her previous work. I have to say at times her music gets a little flat or depressing to me, but I know that is part of the appeal.

Angel Olsen – My Woman. Singer-songwriter delivers a startling record of unimpeachable strength and honesty. Where Angel Olsen’s 2014 breakthrough Burn Your Fire For No Witness flickered with lo-fi fervor, her latest, My Woman, oozes unhurried glamour and moments of sweeping grandeur. Olsen shifts between genres with graceful precision, breaking down the limiting (and, sometimes, sexist) critiques that have dogged her career, often identified primarily by her connection to male musicians like Bonnie Prince Billy

All lyrics from My Woman album, popular Angel Olsen songs with tracklist and information about album. Justin Raisen, Michael Harris, Angel Olsen, Emily Elhaj, Joshua Jaeger, Seth Kauffman, Stewart Bronaugh. Justin Raisen, Angel Olsen, Lawrence Rothman. Justin Raisen, Michael Harris.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Intern Angel Olsen Angel Olsen 2:45
2 Never Be Mine Angel Olsen Angel Olsen 3:39
3 Shut Up Kiss Me Angel Olsen Angel Olsen 3:20
4 Give It Up Angel Olsen Angel Olsen 2:54
5 Not Gonna Kill You Angel Olsen Angel Olsen 4:55
6 Heart Shaped Face Angel Olsen Angel Olsen 5:31
7 Sister Angel Olsen Angel Olsen 7:44
8 Those Were the Days Angel Olsen Angel Olsen 4:16
9 Woman Angel Olsen Angel Olsen 7:32
10 Pops Angel Olsen Angel Olsen 4:41

Credits:

Chris Allgood - Assistant
Stewart Bronaugh - Main Personnel
Collin Dupuis - Mixing
Emily Elhaj - Main Personnel
Michael Harris - Engineer
Joshua Jaeger - Main Personnel
Miles Johnson - Design
Seth Kauffman - Main Personnel
Emily Lazar - Mastering
Amanda Marsalis - Cover Photo, Inside Photo
Lisa Nance - Cover Painting
Angel Olsen - Composer, Inside Photo, Primary Artist, Producer
Justin Raisen - Engineer, Main Personnel, Producer
Lawrence Rothman - Additional Production
Comments: (6)
Gamba
To my ears it doesn't sound poorly recorded at all - sounds live, febrile, intimate with good separation - an exciting mix, all told. The songs are for the most part gorgeous, with lyrical turns that are often surprising and usually hit a mark dead on. There are some stylistic borrowings from things that have gone before, but that's the palette she paints with. To quote Robert Wyatt: 'New furniture from old wood'. To paraphrase David Hockney: 'If it has meaning for you now, then it's modern'. Angel Olsen sounds very much herself, unique and fresh as daisy to me. Poring over influences just seems small-minded and a waste of time, and it's not as if she disavows them to begin with. Beautiful voice, poignant, witty, involving songs, and a single in 'Shut Up, Kiss Me' that's just ridiculously enjoyable, seductive, rocking powerpop.
Rit
This is some of the best music of my generation without a doubt. All the tracks on here are solid. This is something I would show my children or grandchildren. This album is a classic. It has everything: witty lyrics, amazing vocals, and interesting instrumentals. Every track transports you to a certain place. When people say this generation's music is trash, just make them listen to this album.
Faell
I read MOJO's rave review about the track 'Sister' which was likened to Stevie Nicks-ish Fleetwood Mac. Then, by sheer accident, this CD caught my eye at the local library, so I borrowed it. I am not familiar with Ms. Olsen's previous work, but I found this work to be very strong, and in fact I found the aforementioned 'Sister' to be the least interesting of all of the tracks. Also fascinating was the fact that the following track 'Those Were the Days' starts out sounding like a Peter Green-era Fleetwood Mac mood instrumental... An other tune also reminds me of an Elastica tune, which is unexpected, but in a kind of interesting way. Very good lyrics which reveal more and more with repeated listens.
Thohelm
I first discovered this album on streaming speaker, and find it interesting. I also saw a 4 stars on Allmusic. But, when I put the CD on my sound system, it was not listenable. The recording quality is really verry bad. It's like if they put a mp3 quality recording on the cd. So the sound is harsh, lean and little. I stopped listening after the 3rd songs. Please, Allmusic, tell us when it is bad quality recording. So 3 1/2 stars for the musics but 1 stars for the recording
Blackredeemer
On the first approach I had the pleasant feeling of having discovered a new Anna Calvi, but is actually a great effort to get to the end of the album. No trace will remain pinched in the mind and eventually predominates boredom. Under the compositional profile nothing to rave about, I would say nothing at all. It's a shame because the voice is beautiful and interesting. The girl should dedicate herself to covers
Nargas
Let’s „don’t care what the papers say“ (Intern) //The critical reception of this confuses me: To my ears what we have here is something bland and seriously uninteresting. Musically an unremarkable re-hash of synth-pop ideas (Human League et al.) with the odd dash of an anodyne version of Siouxsie (think cavernous production, think big, think EMA), until the ballads set in. It is all held together by a voice that makes me cringe: Once you have encountered Angel Olsen’s dreadful melisma „Ti-Hi-Hime“ bang at the beginning of „Shut Up Kiss Me“ you discover genuine sophistication in "I wanna hold you ha-ha-ha-ha-hand“. Or am I missing the point which is: „Kiss me, unless you want me to carry on with this.“? A forgettable album, one of those myriads that do not require my attention. One could leave it that, but metacritic assembles evidence that critics find something in this that completely eludes me: A current score of 89 for this (including Pitchfork, but you know, their judgment is shakey from time to time; allmusic; The Guardian; The New York Times; Chicago Herald – blimey!) certainly is something to write home about, but according to metacritic people at home will know anyway. Music for men who cannot get enough of the cocaine sheen in the yearning of Stevie Nicks!There is a passage brimming with humour in „Sister“, when she sings: „And all this blessing was a curse / before I opened up my ...“ and who would not expect „purse“? However, it turns out, it was her „heart“ that the singer opened at that point – a case of thoroughly defying expectations. Laura Marling, Julia Holter, Courtney Barnett, Elza Soares, Serafina Steer, Cat Power, Eileen Jewell – they all go to show that the world is not deplete of interesting young and moving female voices producing exciting music.
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