Orville Peck Pony

Pony

Orville Peck

Released on March 22, 2019 by Sub Pop Records

Main artist: Orville Peck

Genre: Pop/Rock > Rock > Alternative & Indie

Distinctions: Qobuzissime ( March 2019)

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The album cover is intriguing; Stetson on his head, mask over his eyes and tasseled veil on the mouth. Orville Peck comes across as yet another ‘masked avenger’, camouflaged, helmeted, hidden, ready to join Daft Punk, Cascadeur, The Residents, MF Doom and other SBTRKT. Basically, the man has the appearance of a cowboy escaped from one of David Lynch’s dreams. He’s a kind of improbable version of the Lone Ranger, the fictional character who appeared in a radio soap opera in 1933, then in a television series fifteen years later: A true icon of American pop culture ... When Peck finally opens his mouth, his voice is that of a timeless crooner. There is a touch of Elvis, Roy Orbison, Chris Isaak, Lloyd Cole and Marlon Williams in this typical lover-voice that Orville Peck never overdoes. With Pony, his debut album and Qobuzissime under the excellent label Sub Pop, this mysterious man of unknown origin and unknown age, connects staggered romantic ballads and dreamy laments. Great songs are draped in production where reverb, twang guitars, cotton drums and impressionist steel-guitar reigns. It’s like country and shoegaze after a torrid night of love. Broken hearts, deserted motels, infinite highways and faded western landscapes, this is a beautiful record that reveals Orville Peck to be the talented painter of a fascinating picture. All that’s left to do is close your eyes and dream with him. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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Album : 1 disk - 12 tracks Total length : 00:41:44

  1. 1 Dead of Night

    Orville Peck, Composer, MainArtist Copyright : 2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

  2. 2 Winds Change

    Duncan Hay Jennings, Composer - Orville Peck, Composer, MainArtist Copyright : 2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

  3. 3 Turn to Hate

    Orville Peck, Composer, MainArtist Copyright : 2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

  4. 4 Buffalo Run

    Orville Peck, Composer, MainArtist Copyright : 2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

  5. 5 Queen of the Rodeo

    Orville Peck, Composer, MainArtist Copyright : 2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

  6. 6 Kansas (Remembers Me Now)

    Duncan Hay Jennings, Composer - Orville Peck, Composer, MainArtist Copyright : 2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

  7. 7 Old River

    Orville Peck, Composer, MainArtist Copyright : 2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

  8. 8 Big Sky

    Orville Peck, Composer, MainArtist Copyright : 2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

  9. 9 Roses Are Falling

    Orville Peck, Composer, MainArtist Copyright : 2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

  10. 10 Take You Back (The Iron Hoof Cattle Call)

    Orville Peck, Composer, MainArtist Copyright : 2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

  11. 11 Hope to Die

    Orville Peck, Composer, MainArtist Copyright : 2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

  12. 12 Nothing Fades Like the Light

    Orville Peck, Composer, MainArtist Copyright : 2019 Sub Pop Records 2019 Sub Pop Records

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  • The album cover is intriguing; Stetson on his head, mask over his eyes and tasseled veil on the mouth. Orville Peck comes across as yet another ‘masked avenger’, camouflaged, helmeted, hidden, ready to join Daft Punk, Cascadeur, The Residents, MF Doom and other SBTRKT. Basically, the man has the appearance of a cowboy escaped from one of David Lynch’s dreams. He’s a kind of improbable version of the Lone Ranger, the fictional character who appeared in a radio soap opera in 1933, then in a television series fifteen years later: A true icon of American pop culture ... When Peck finally opens his mouth, his voice is that of a timeless crooner. There is a touch of Elvis, Roy Orbison, Chris Isaak, Lloyd Cole and Marlon Williams in this typical lover-voice that Orville Peck never overdoes. With Pony, his debut album and Qobuzissime under the excellent label Sub Pop, this mysterious man of unknown origin and unknown age, connects staggered romantic ballads and dreamy laments. Great songs are draped in production where reverb, twang guitars, cotton drums and impressionist steel-guitar reigns. It’s like country and shoegaze after a torrid night of love. Broken hearts, deserted motels, infinite highways and faded western landscapes, this is a beautiful record that reveals Orville Peck to be the talented painter of a fascinating picture. All that’s left to do is close your eyes and dream with him. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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