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Let It Sway

Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin

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After pulling double duty as producers and performers on their first two albums, Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin handed the production reins over to Chris Walla, who fills the band’s third record with a mix of quirky, lo-fi gloss and nuanced arrangements. Last we heard from the Missouri natives, they were micromanaging the bejeezus out of Pershing, resulting in a pleasant but slightly belabored album that didn’t quite follow through on the promise of their 2005 debut. Let It Sway is a breezy pop record, though, shot through with jangled bits of folk, rock, and alt-country and devoid of the painstaking approach that made Pershing stumble. Free to focus on the music instead of the production, SSLYBY come up with a sound that recalls early Sloan and Fountains of Wayne records, with slightly sloppy guitar solos and thick, double-tracked vocal harmonies drawing the clearest parallel between SSLYBY and the bands they emulate. Walla honors the band’s lo-fi roots by keeping things analog and D.I.Y.-sounding, occasionally tossing in some studio trickery but always doing so in a tasteful, light-handed way. Sometimes, this careful approach serves as a detriment to the bandmembers, who’d do well to crank up their amplifiers once in a while and see what their pop sensibilities sound like at high volume. On the other hand, Let It Sway is the sound of a band doing what it does best, and it’s nice to hear SSLYBY get their groove back.
© Andrew Leahey /TiVo

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1
Back in the Saddle
00:04:28

Jonathan James, Bass Guitar - Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, MainArtist - John Robert Cardwell, Composer, Lead Guitar - Philip Dickey, Lead Vocals - Will Knauer, Lead Guitar - Philip Abram Dickey, Composer - William Lincoln Knauer, Composer

© 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co. ℗ 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co.

2
Sink/Let it Sway
00:03:05

Jonathan James, Bass Guitar - Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, MainArtist - John Robert Cardwell, Composer, Lead Guitar - Philip Dickey, Lead Vocals - Will Knauer, Lead Guitar - Philip Abram Dickey, Composer - William Lincoln Knauer, Composer

© 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co. ℗ 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co.

3
Banned (By the Man)
00:03:45

Jonathan James, Bass Guitar - Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, MainArtist - John Robert Cardwell, Composer, Lead Guitar - Philip Dickey, Lead Vocals - Will Knauer, Lead Guitar - Philip Abram Dickey, Composer - William Lincoln Knauer, Composer

© 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co. ℗ 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co.

4
In Pairs
00:03:04

Jonathan James, Bass Guitar - Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, MainArtist - John Robert Cardwell, Composer, Lead Guitar - Philip Dickey, Lead Vocals - Will Knauer, Lead Guitar - Philip Abram Dickey, Composer - William Lincoln Knauer, Composer

© 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co. ℗ 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co.

5
My Terrible Personality
00:02:53

Jonathan James, Bass Guitar - Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, MainArtist - John Robert Cardwell, Composer, Lead Guitar - Philip Dickey, Lead Vocals - Will Knauer, Lead Guitar - Philip Abram Dickey, Composer - William Lincoln Knauer, Composer

© 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co. ℗ 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co.

6
Everlyn
00:03:00

Jonathan James, Bass Guitar - Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, MainArtist - John Robert Cardwell, Composer, Lead Guitar - Philip Dickey, Lead Vocals - Will Knauer, Lead Guitar - Philip Abram Dickey, Composer - William Lincoln Knauer, Composer

© 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co. ℗ 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co.

7
Stuart Gets Lost Dans Le Metro
00:04:23

Jonathan James, Bass Guitar - Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, MainArtist - John Robert Cardwell, Composer, Lead Guitar - Philip Dickey, Lead Vocals - Will Knauer, Lead Guitar - Philip Abram Dickey, Composer - William Lincoln Knauer, Composer

© 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co. ℗ 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co.

8
All Hail Dracula!
00:03:04

Jonathan James, Bass Guitar - Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, MainArtist - John Robert Cardwell, Composer, Lead Guitar - Philip Dickey, Lead Vocals - Will Knauer, Lead Guitar - Philip Abram Dickey, Composer - William Lincoln Knauer, Composer

© 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co. ℗ 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co.

9
Critical Drain
00:02:44

Jonathan James, Bass Guitar - Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, MainArtist - John Robert Cardwell, Composer, Lead Guitar - Philip Dickey, Lead Vocals - Will Knauer, Lead Guitar - Philip Abram Dickey, Composer - William Lincoln Knauer, Composer

© 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co. ℗ 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co.

10
Animalkind
00:02:29

Jonathan James, Bass Guitar - Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, MainArtist - John Robert Cardwell, Composer, Lead Guitar - Philip Dickey, Lead Vocals - Will Knauer, Lead Guitar - Philip Abram Dickey, Composer - William Lincoln Knauer, Composer

© 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co. ℗ 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co.

11
Phantomwise
00:03:41

Jonathan James, Bass Guitar - Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, MainArtist - John Robert Cardwell, Composer, Lead Guitar - Philip Dickey, Lead Vocals - Will Knauer, Lead Guitar - Philip Abram Dickey, Composer - William Lincoln Knauer, Composer

© 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co. ℗ 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co.

12
Made to Last
00:04:30

Jonathan James, Bass Guitar - Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, MainArtist - John Robert Cardwell, Composer, Lead Guitar - Philip Dickey, Lead Vocals - Will Knauer, Lead Guitar - Philip Abram Dickey, Composer - William Lincoln Knauer, Composer

© 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co. ℗ 2010 Polyvinyl Record Co.

Album Description

After pulling double duty as producers and performers on their first two albums, Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin handed the production reins over to Chris Walla, who fills the band’s third record with a mix of quirky, lo-fi gloss and nuanced arrangements. Last we heard from the Missouri natives, they were micromanaging the bejeezus out of Pershing, resulting in a pleasant but slightly belabored album that didn’t quite follow through on the promise of their 2005 debut. Let It Sway is a breezy pop record, though, shot through with jangled bits of folk, rock, and alt-country and devoid of the painstaking approach that made Pershing stumble. Free to focus on the music instead of the production, SSLYBY come up with a sound that recalls early Sloan and Fountains of Wayne records, with slightly sloppy guitar solos and thick, double-tracked vocal harmonies drawing the clearest parallel between SSLYBY and the bands they emulate. Walla honors the band’s lo-fi roots by keeping things analog and D.I.Y.-sounding, occasionally tossing in some studio trickery but always doing so in a tasteful, light-handed way. Sometimes, this careful approach serves as a detriment to the bandmembers, who’d do well to crank up their amplifiers once in a while and see what their pop sensibilities sound like at high volume. On the other hand, Let It Sway is the sound of a band doing what it does best, and it’s nice to hear SSLYBY get their groove back.
© Andrew Leahey /TiVo

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