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of Disappearance is the second solo studio album by American indie rock musician Jason Lytle. It was released on October 16, 2012 by record label ANTI-. Regarding the album, Lytle noted, "If there were any deliberate attempts on this record, it was trying to get back to more of a sy thing that was once again rooted in reality, with drums, pianos and real instruments.
Jason Lytle's second solo record, Dept. of Disappearance, isn’t a great departure from his first solo effort. The album may be a strictly one-man affair (he played all the instruments) but it never sounds like it. Lytle’s widescreen production and layered arrangements are richly constructed and sound more Abbey Road than they do Montana home studio. The care Lytle puts into the sound is impressive but would be for nothing if the songs weren’t as evocative and softly hooky as they are. The ballads achieve a weight and depth thanks to the instrumentation and the surprising power of Lytle’s weedy vocals.
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Second solo album by Jason Lytle. Entirely recorded at his home studio in Bozeman, Montana before the 2012 brief reunion of his band Grandaddy. In a 2012 interview to Stereogum, Lytle explained about the albums' narrative: For this record I kept imagining this woman up in the mountains in a blizzard and she’s trapped, and there’s a guy down in the valley that can’t get to her and can’t do anything about it. I realized this same narrative was kind of happening in several of the songs . It’s one of the most basic, ground-level, uncomplicated things to be obsessed with, I guess. of Disappearance Q&A. More Jason Lytle albums. Yours Truly, the Commuter.
Jason Lytle's second solo album begins much like his first solo album, with a veiled statement about the state of his career. On the title track of 2009's Yours Truly, the Commuter, he claims he was left for dead: "I could give two shits about what they said/ I may be limping, but I'm coming home. At the time it sounded like he was still bristling over the breakup of Grandaddy, the Modesto-based band that soundtracked Lytle's weird tales of space miners and lovelorn robots.
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Of Disappearance (CD, Album).
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|Get Up And Go|
|Last Problem Of The Alps|
|Willow Wand Willow Hand|
|Somewhere There's A Someone|
|Chopin Drives Truck To The Dump|
|Your Final Setting Sun|
|Gimme Click Gimme Grid|
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