Post Tagged with: "Aimee Mann"

The Both, “Milwaukee” from The Both (2014): One Track Mind

If you were wondering how the perennially circumspect Aimee Mann came to be in a band called the Both with riffy indie-rocker Ted Leo, look no further than the aptly titled “Milwaukee” from their forthcoming eponymous debut.

Aimee Mann – Charmer (2012)

If there’s a knock on Aimee Mann, and I’m not sure I buy this, it’s that the singer-songwriter’s albums haven’t always done enough musically to properly feature her mood-setting lyrical complexity. Charmer certainly answers the criticism head on.

Aimee Mann – One More Drifter in the Snow (2006)

I am now going to indulge in a little misty-eyed gaze into the crystal ball: Til Tuesday’s album Voices Carry came out in 1985. I was living in an apartment in southern New Hampshire.

Taj Mahal, Me'shell Ndegeocello, others – 30th Annual John Lennon Tribute (2011)

Taj Mahal, recording as part of the 30th annual John Lennon Tribute at the Beacon Theatre in New York City, finds the chest-bursting peril, the nakedly emotional plea, inside “Come Together”

Half Notes: Aimee Mann – The Forgotten Arm (2005)

by Tom Johnson Aimee Mann, the former ‘Til Tuesday frontwoman, turned in yet another amazing performance, this time in the form of a concept album centered on boxing as a metaphor for relationships. Or something like that. It doesn’t really matter; what matters was that Mann’s songcraft is once again in check with an immediately comfortable listen, a fact whichRead More

Half Notes: 'Til Tuesday – Welcome Home (1986)

by Nick DeRiso The follow up to Aimee Mann’s original band Til Tuesday’s debut (which had the new-wavy hit “Voices Carry”). A very brave record in that the guys came out folky, when all they had to do was stick with the sleek pop of the day and cash the checks. Showed that Mann had the guts to stick aroundRead More