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Why not. Recorded for Johnson's off-beat K Records imprint, the song opus 32 songs on the deluxe edition is an underrated Beck gem, brimming with hat tips to blues legends a cover of Skip James's "He's a Mighty Good Leader" opens the albumforlorn twangs "I Get Lonesome" and oddly optimistic cuts gesturing towards warmer times "Woe on Me".
It was recently reissued on vinyl, so grab a copy to curl up with before the snow falls. Like any good winter album, For Emma, Forever Ago is a little dark and a little mournful and moodily low-fi, but it's one of the best winter albums because of the way that Justin Vernon makes desolation seem like an attractive prospect: Halfway through this record, I find I generally don't care if the Buensuceso - Inner Winter (File ever comes.
Bon Iver's name is a take on the French for "good winter," and you can hear the snowy Wisconsin house in the woods where Vernon recorded in every single bar of this album.
Who among us hasn't imagined listening Album) "Flume" or "For Emma" while driving through snowy backwoods at night, perhaps toward a warm but lonely cabin that smelled of wool and firewood? You don't have to answer right now. And though Vernon seemed to get spooked by his own hype guest starring on a Kanye record will do thatFor Emma is still pure as the driven snow seven years after its release—a modern masterpiece that could give you a chill in July.
It is so unfailingly committed to its theme snow, duh and mood an eerie, frigid night of the soul that listening to it in any other season feels wrong. If you've only got time for one item on this list, stop reading—buy Kate Bush's blizzard-themed song cycle.
If you are still reading, note that 50 Words contains tales of a Yeti-like creature in the Himalayas "Wild Man" and a soon-to-melt snowman lover "Misty" ; that it swaps out any lingering traces of Hounds of Love —era keyboards for desolate, Buensuceso - Inner Winter (File, piano-driven arrangements; and that its title cut has actor Stephen Fry literally reciting 50 words for snow in a low, English murmur.
Cannibal Ox's frightening debut still sounds like it comes from another galaxy, where the weather's bleak year-round and producer El-P concocts beats from glass shards and bullets. No wonder it took them 14 years to produce a follow-up.
No self-respecting listicle can mention "music" and "December" in the same article without including Mariah Carey. Nick Cave has made better, louder and scarier albums than 's uncharacteristically dignified No More Shall We Part. But he has never made an album that so well captures the dreariness of a long winter that's a compliment, Nick. No More Shall We Part remains slow and austere throughout its 68 minutes.
The songs are expansive and full of longing, led by piano, wailing violin and Cave himself singing in an unusually high register. Canadian sisters Kate and Anna McGarrigle chime in on backing vocals, like a mournful pair of Christmas carolers. But given how he sings about being "6 by 6 enclosed" in songs like "Agoraphobia," and talks about "sleeping through the winter" in the bouncy "Nothing Ever Happened," it's entirely fitting for the season where one is sequestered indoors.
The brief existence of Seattle folk duo The Duchess and the Duke was like a season in itself. The group appeared in the late '00s, recorded two albums and disappeared back into the Northwestern fog from whence it came. The first of those two albums, 's She's the Duchess, He's the Dukecombined jangly, upbeat acoustic numbers with underlying currents of ennui, heartbreak and lost time.
It has songs toed the line between hope and despair, and many of us take similar footing once the sky turns gray. Morphine records often worked seemingly against all odds. Frontman Mark Sandman who, before his death, briefly played in the band Supergroup alongside Chris Ballew, making that the second reference to him on this list played a detuned two-string bass, there was a sax in lieu of guitar and their lyrics were often nonsensical Buensuceso - Inner Winter (File sexed-up in equal measure.
Yes showed how that combo could create magic. The record is Morphine at their freakiest "Super Sex"funniest "Sharks" and most surprisingly poignant "All Your Way"and it evokes a dimly lit room, outside of which the Boston wind is howling and the streetlights are reflected off the dirty snow.
The legend of Loveless is well-documented—how it nearly bankrupted its record label Creation, how a follow-up was promised and not delivered until more than 20 years later—but we still know little about Irish noisemakers My Bloody Valentine and their reticent frontman, Kevin Shields. What we do know, though, is Buensuceso - Inner Winter (File the band's critical hit Loveless has become one of the best winter listens.
Consider how most of these ephemeral songs don't really have discernible lyrics, and when you can hear them, they're words like sleep, think and crying —all very good winter activities.
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