Yeah, that act is near insane for any recording artist, and this album manages to create such a coherent and intelligent experience for their audience. This is perhaps one of the most coherent, free-form (improvised) hip hop albums I've ever heard. Butkuiss May 26th 11. Give Your Opinion on This Is Where We Were. Staff & Contributors // Site Forum // Contact us. Bands:.
After Eyedea released This Is Where We Were, recorded with his live freestyle rap/jazz group Face Candy, he created Carbon Carousel, an alternative rock band. They have released one EP, entitled The Some of All Things, or: The Healing Power of Scab Picking. This brought on speculation that Eyedea & Abilities were no longer together. However, in August 2007, the duo announced on their Myspace that they would be at the Twin Cities Celebration of Hip-Hop performing old songs and new material.
Defined only by change, Face Candy is in a constant state of flux. Nothing ever happens twice. Something is always happening NOW. Consisting of two vocalists Eyedea and Kristoff Krane and musicians Casey O’Brien (bass) and JT Bates (drums), the group’s dynamic comes out in their in-the-moment sound- they are as compatible musically as they are personally. The result was a Midwest tour and the group’s debut album, This Is Where We Were, released by Rhymesayers Entertainment in 2006. Evolution and change followed, including a more concise lineup, an appearance at the Sons d’Hiver jazz festival in Paris (2006), and monthly performances typically taking place at historic jazz venues throughout the Twin Cities (Artists’ Quarter, Black Dog Cafe, Clown Lounge.
Face Candy is an improvisational Jazz Rap group from Minnesota formed by rapper Eyedea. The group released one album This Is Where We Were in 2006. The lineup consisted of Eyedea, Kristoff Krane, . Bates and Casey O'Brien at the time of Eyedea's sudden death in 2010. The future of the group is uncertain but as of 2011 it had been confirmed the second album Waste Age Teenland would be released posthumously. It was released May 24, 2011, seven months after Eyedea's death.
Face Candy is perfect. Outstanding album if you love creative freestyle. Rhyme In Paradise Eyedea, much love. This is the last studio work done by the late Michael "Eyedea" Larsen. RIP. Matched with the poetic genius of Kristoff Krane, the duo creates a calm state of mind that allows the listener to really delve into the deep lyrics that come out. All of the tracks on this album are improvised on the spot, which offers a whole different dimension to the content of the album. Hands down, Face Candy is the greatest improv hip-hop/jazz music I have had the pleasure to enjoy. 2 people found this helpful.
Lyrics to 'Scream Therapy' by Face Candy. I don't know, I can't grow, And it calls, it calls my name it makes me fall, It makes me feel so lame against the wall. Face Candy - Scream Therapy. Face Candy - This is where we were. Top Songs By Face Candy.
Lyrics & Chords of Disappearing by Face Candy from album This Is Where We Were, . K times played by 2K listeners - get pdf, listen similar. The Mighty Mighty Bosstones - Disappearing chords lyrics
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