Black Keys Poster – Table Promo Flyer El Camino
Promo Flyer to advertise the “El Camino” release by the Black Keys
| Size – approximately 11×17 inches ( 28x43cm)
| Price – $9.84
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We all know what The Black Keys do … Simple, straight-ahead, garage blues rock from two brohans who look more like hairballs at Peet’s than the erect rockers they have come into for the last fifteen years. They are honest and have the character to do their own thing.
After a fairly successful 5th cd that was likewise produced by Danger Mouse, they determined to produce their next album, Brothers by themselves and with Mark Neill who shared the passion for the music of the 60’s and 70’s and had both experience and know-how in the old school recording techniques and production tricks. Funny enough, the first solitary on the album (additionally the greatest solitary The Black Keys have ever had) was in fact the only tune produced by Danger Mouse. After The Keys confessed to the this track, “Tighten Up”, being their attempt at a single, it was clear exactly what the objectives were for their next cd El Camino when they selected Danger Mouse to offer a shot at producing it.
Do not worry, this album is still entirely and undisputedly The Black Keys, just with a little less of that stirring garage character that we adore and understand, yet still sufficient to keep the earliest follower happy. The album is similar in experience I have had with any various other Black Keys cd. I’m sure It just makes me feel much better to criticize Danger Mouse for an excellent cd rather of the actually terrific cd it can have been without him.
The album starts off with among its finest tracks and veritable single “Lonely Boy” that brings the cd in with high intensity, recognizable vocal results and a carolers you could sing along to on the first pay attention. (Or a minimum of attempt in my case) Skip to track 3 where the energy continues with another identifiable result, this time on lead guitar, which plays a large function in the impact of this 2nd single “Gold on the Ceiling.”.
“Stairway” is great enough i could possibly pay attention to tracks that seem like it all day, and this one “Little Black Submarines” quickly still sits on its very own despite any similarity. While composing this I in fact went to YouTube to pay attention to “Stairway To Heaven” to freshen my memory and prior to I might listen I was prompted to wait at least 10 seconds while and advertisement for The Black Keys new album played their new songs video. I suspect their suits actually know where to grow the aura of the band.
Black Keys Played the Roseland in Portland as part of the MusicFest Northwest