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Gabriels|Angels & Queens - Part I

Angels & Queens - Part I

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Over four years, Gabriels released an album's worth of songs laced with halting composites of gospel, doo wop, and soul, some with string arrangements worthy of thriller film scores. Along the line, they gained support from prominent BBC and KCRW DJs and famous musicians alike, leading to an appearance at the 2022 Glastonbury Festival. The trio seemed to be on the brink of a greater breakthrough when, in September 2022, they issued their first album. Make that part of it. This is actually presented as its first half, with the flipside promised for 2023, but the depth and density of Gabriels' songs are such that the delayed gratification is just as well. (It's lengthy for a side anyway, almost 28 minutes in duration.) In completing the set, Gabriels scrapped some summer 2022 tour dates to take advantage of the availability of Sounwave, an in-demand producer known most for his close work with Kendrick Lamar. In no obvious way did they compromise their previously all-internal creative process. There's more funk and a little disco in the mix -- as on the multi-tiered title song and "Remember Me," highlights haunted by ghosts of Memphis and Philadelphia, if transmitted from Mars -- but Gabriels continue to sound out of time all the time. As with their previous recordings, some components of these seven songs sound as if they were liberated from a stash of disintegrating demos recorded in ramshackle churches and orchestra halls. Powering this is Jacob Lusk, an upper-range marvel who somehow sounds as if he's both in your face and communicating from the beyond, evoking Eddie Kendricks at his most anguished, and Sylvester at his most ecstatic, if with a character all his own. Moreover, the lyricism is remarkable, like when he's detailing lustful temptation with a band lurching and convulsing behind him to signify withdrawal: "Bible says it's bad, but not for me/Don't bring me fruit then say I can't eat." Regret, longing, and grief fill the other songs, but Lusk's soaring, whole-hearted articulations of hope and reassurance prevent this transfixing half-album from being an unqualified downer.

© Andy Kellman /TiVo

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1
Angels & Queens Explicit
00:03:19

JOHN ANDERSON, Engineer, Guitar, Writer, Bass - Richard Woodcraft, Engineer - John Armstrong, AssistantEngineer - Matt Colton, Masterer - Alex Miller, AssistantEngineer - Gabriels, MainArtist - Ryan Nasci, Engineer - Mark Anthony Spears, Writer - Sounwave, Producer, Drum Programmer - Sam Beste, Piano, Additional Production, Synthesizer - Matt Schaeffer, Drums - Ryan Hope, Producer, Writer - Max Whipple, Bass - Ari Balouzian, Producer, String Arranger, Piano, Viola, Violin, Writer, Synthesizer - Jacob Lusk, Producer, Vocals, Writer - Beach Noise, Mixer - George Janho, Engineer - Mike Hillier, Masterer

Under exclusive license to Atlas Artists, © 2022 Gabriels LLC Under exclusive license to Atlas Artists, ℗ 2022 Gabriels LLC

2
Taboo Explicit
00:03:09

Malik Taylor, French Horn - JOHN ANDERSON, Engineer, Guitar, Bass - Richard Woodcraft, Engineer - Matt Colton, Masterer - Todd M. Simon, Trumpet - Gabriels, MainArtist - Ryan Nasci, Engineer - Mark Anthony Spears, Writer - Sounwave, Producer - Sam Beste, Piano, Additional Production - Garret Smith, Trombone - Fabio Santana De Souza, Trombone - Ryan Hope, Producer, Writer - Max Whipple, Horns Arranger - Ari Balouzian, Producer, String Arranger, Cello, Viola, Violin, Writer, Synth Bass - Jacob Lusk, Producer, Vocals, Writer - Beach Noise, Mixer - George Janho, Engineer - Mike Hillier, Masterer - Trevor Estes, Drums - P Blake Cooper, Tuba

Under exclusive license to Atlas Artists, © 2022 Gabriels LLC Under exclusive license to Atlas Artists, ℗ 2022 Gabriels LLC

3
Remember Me
00:03:50

Malik Taylor, French Horn - JOHN ANDERSON, Engineer - Richard Woodcraft, Engineer - Matt Colton, Masterer - Todd M. Simon, Flugelhorn - Gabriels, MainArtist - Ryan Nasci, Engineer - Mark Anthony Spears, Writer - Sounwave, Producer, Drum Programmer - Sam Beste, Piano - Matt Schaeffer, Guitar - Garret Smith, Trombone - Fabio Santana De Souza, Trombone - Ryan Hope, Producer, Writer - Max Whipple, Horns Arranger, Bass - Ari Balouzian, Producer, String Arranger, Cello, Viola, Violin, Writer - Jacob Lusk, Producer, Vocals, Writer - Beach Noise, Mixer - George Janho, Engineer - Mike Hillier, Masterer - Trevor Estes, Drums - P Blake Cooper, Tuba

Under exclusive license to Atlas Artists, © 2022 Gabriels LLC Under exclusive license to Atlas Artists, ℗ 2022 Gabriels LLC

4
If You Only Knew
00:04:12

JOHN ANDERSON, Engineer - Richard Woodcraft, Engineer - Matt Colton, Masterer - Neil Charles, Bass - Gabriels, MainArtist - Ryan Nasci, Engineer - Mark Anthony Spears, Writer - Sounwave, Producer, Timpani, Drum Programmer - Anthony Patler, Organ, Synthesizer - Sam Beste, Piano, Additional Production, Writer - Ryan Hope, Producer, Writer - Ari Balouzian, Producer, String Arranger, Cello, Viola, Violin, Writer - Jacob Lusk, Producer, Vocals, Writer - Beach Noise, Mixer - George Janho, Engineer - Mike Hillier, Masterer

Under exclusive license to Atlas Artists, © 2022 Gabriels LLC Under exclusive license to Atlas Artists, ℗ 2022 Gabriels LLC

5
To the Moon and Back
00:03:27

JOHN ANDERSON, Engineer - Richard Woodcraft, Engineer - Matt Colton, Masterer - Gabriels, MainArtist - Ryan Nasci, Engineer - Mark Anthony Spears, Writer - Sounwave, Producer - Anthony Patler, Bass - Sam Beste, Piano - Isaiah Gage, Cello - Ryan Hope, Producer, Writer - Ari Balouzian, Producer, String Arranger, Viola, Violin, Writer - Jacob Lusk, Producer, Vocals, Writer - Beach Noise, Mixer - Rico Nichols, Drums - George Janho, Engineer - Mike Hillier, Masterer - Trevor Estes, Drums, Percussion

Under exclusive license to Atlas Artists, © 2022 Gabriels LLC Under exclusive license to Atlas Artists, ℗ 2022 Gabriels LLC

6
The Blind
00:04:16

JOHN ANDERSON, Engineer - Richard Woodcraft, Engineer - Matt Colton, Masterer - Gabriels, MainArtist - Ryan Nasci, Engineer - Mark Anthony Spears, Writer - Sounwave, Producer, Drum Programmer - Sam Beste, Additional Production, Synthesizer - Ryan Hope, Producer, Writer - Ari Balouzian, Producer, String Arranger, Drums, Piano, Viola, Violin, Writer, Synthesizer - Jacob Lusk, Producer, Vocals, Backing Vocals, Writer - Beach Noise, Mixer - George Janho, Engineer - Mike Hillier, Masterer

Under exclusive license to Atlas Artists, © 2022 Gabriels LLC Under exclusive license to Atlas Artists, ℗ 2022 Gabriels LLC

7
Mama
00:05:14

Malik Taylor, French Horn - JOHN ANDERSON, Engineer, Guitar - Richard Woodcraft, Engineer - Matt Colton, Masterer - Todd M. Simon, Flugelhorn - Gabriels, MainArtist - Ryan Nasci, Engineer - Mark Anthony Spears, Writer - Sounwave, Producer, Drum Programmer - Sam Beste, Piano, Synthesizer - Garret Smith, Trombone - Fabio Santana De Souza, Trombone - Ryan Hope, Producer, Writer - Max Whipple, Horns Arranger - Ari Balouzian, Producer, String Arranger, Piano, Viola, Violin, Writer, Bass Synthesizer - Jacob Lusk, Producer, Vocals, Writer - Beach Noise, Mixer - George Janho, Engineer - Mike Hillier, Masterer - P Blake Cooper, Tuba - Mike Haldemann, Guitar

Under exclusive license to Atlas Artists, © 2022 Gabriels LLC Under exclusive license to Atlas Artists, ℗ 2022 Gabriels LLC

Resenha do Álbum

Over four years, Gabriels released an album's worth of songs laced with halting composites of gospel, doo wop, and soul, some with string arrangements worthy of thriller film scores. Along the line, they gained support from prominent BBC and KCRW DJs and famous musicians alike, leading to an appearance at the 2022 Glastonbury Festival. The trio seemed to be on the brink of a greater breakthrough when, in September 2022, they issued their first album. Make that part of it. This is actually presented as its first half, with the flipside promised for 2023, but the depth and density of Gabriels' songs are such that the delayed gratification is just as well. (It's lengthy for a side anyway, almost 28 minutes in duration.) In completing the set, Gabriels scrapped some summer 2022 tour dates to take advantage of the availability of Sounwave, an in-demand producer known most for his close work with Kendrick Lamar. In no obvious way did they compromise their previously all-internal creative process. There's more funk and a little disco in the mix -- as on the multi-tiered title song and "Remember Me," highlights haunted by ghosts of Memphis and Philadelphia, if transmitted from Mars -- but Gabriels continue to sound out of time all the time. As with their previous recordings, some components of these seven songs sound as if they were liberated from a stash of disintegrating demos recorded in ramshackle churches and orchestra halls. Powering this is Jacob Lusk, an upper-range marvel who somehow sounds as if he's both in your face and communicating from the beyond, evoking Eddie Kendricks at his most anguished, and Sylvester at his most ecstatic, if with a character all his own. Moreover, the lyricism is remarkable, like when he's detailing lustful temptation with a band lurching and convulsing behind him to signify withdrawal: "Bible says it's bad, but not for me/Don't bring me fruit then say I can't eat." Regret, longing, and grief fill the other songs, but Lusk's soaring, whole-hearted articulations of hope and reassurance prevent this transfixing half-album from being an unqualified downer.

© Andy Kellman /TiVo

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