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Carla Morrison — Amor Supremo (November 6, 2015)

Carla Morrison — Amor Supremo (November 6, 2015)

    Carla Morrison — Amor Supremo (November 6, 2015)Carla Morrison — Amor Supremo (November 6, 2015)•    Méně důrazná Florence Welch nebo více uzemněný Jeff Buckley. Pop music se zdravým pocitem majestátnosti. Kolektivní standout albu Carly Morrison. “No Vuelvo Jamas” je vytoužená hymna, která se otevře ze střevíčku mexické písničkářky s bezeslovní kaskádou slabik, což zní jinak, než lidský hlas, než jakýkoli dechový nástroj. Předehra je přerušována důrazným bubnováním a zlověstnými klavírními akordy, než se vzápětí elektrická kytara zřítí kolem ní. Přesto jí tento rozruch nevyvedl z míry a napůl šeptá text o ztrátě identity v zhrzeném šílenství (“Locura desmedida”), a podlehá pocitu, že toto ublížení je horší (“más dolor”) než fyzické zranění. Hlas Carly Morrison kolísá a zkroutí se.
•    Jak vysvětlila Billboard v září, album točila přes osm měsíců v domě v blízkosti pláže v Playas de Tijuana, “kde jsme mohli slyšet oceán celý den.” Tam pracovala s producenty Jandro a Demian Jiménezem, stejně jako s rotující skupinou hudebníků v úsilí najít nový zvuk s mexickými kořeny, ale zahrnujícími mezinárodní trendy a nápady.
•    Není malých okamžiků na albu. Všechny momenty jsou velké momenty, a tato epifánie dělá z “Amor Supremo” jedním z nejvíc vibrujících popových alb roku 2015. Objímá trendy a tradice, které ve svém rozsahu znějí více mezinárodně, a tyto písně čerpají z celé řady vlivů, včetně amerického soulu a evropského popu. A přesto Carla pokračuje zpíváním výhradně ve španělštině, a to i v situaci, kdy v angličtině může mít více komerční potenciál. Je to zásadní rozhodnutí. Udržuje ji v pohybu.Birth name: Carla Patricia Morrison Flores
Born: July 19, 1986, Tecate, Baja California
Location: Mexico City, Mexico
Album release: November 6, 2015
Record Label: Cosmica Records
Duration:     62:51
Tracks:
01. Un Beso      4:19
02. Flor Que Nunca Fui      4:31
03. Vez Primera      5:00
04. Azucar Morena      4:38
05. No Vuelvo Jamas      4:49
06. Cercania      4:52
07. Devuelvete      3:58
08. Mi Secreto      4:31
09. Tierra Ajena      5:08
10. Yo Vivo Para Ti      5:06
11. Tu Atacas      5:50
12. Mil Anos      4:24
13. Todo Pasa      5:45
Description:
•    2–Time Latin GRAMMY winning artist Carla Morrison returns with her most intimate album yet “Amor Supremo”. The first single is the haunting “Un Beso”.
•    Ms. Morrison will do a select 3 shows (one in Mexico City at the famed Metropolitan Theatre, and 2 in the Los Angeles area — The Roxy and The Glasshouse) which will be a full intimate performance of the entire album live. A full tour of Mexico, United States, Latin America, and Spain/Portugal will commence in February 2016.
REVIEW
FELIX CONTRERAS, OCTOBER 28, 201511:03 PM ET
•    Carla Morrison’s music exists in a private emotional space where she can address joys, heartbreaks and secret desires. But her words also speak to larger pursuits in life: family, career, child–rearing, friendship, lifelong relationships. There are lessons in her delicate voice if you listen for the deeper meanings.
•    With each of Morrison’s albums, those lessons have come wrapped in sparse arrangements splashed with piano. Amor Supremo is the best expression yet of her immense talents, as it expands her sound by couching subtle strings in electronics.
•    It helps that Morrison has become one the major lyricists of her generation. If you don’t believe me, you should have been in Mexico’s legendary Auditorio Nacional recently, as 60,000 fans sang along to her songs, each bringing his or her own story to Morrison’s words.
•    For Amor Supremo, she gathered producers and musicians around her who also seem to hear something of themselves in her songs. The result is a sublime and captivating representation of Morrison’s lyrical gifts. •    http://www.npr.org/REVIEW
By BEN RATLIFF. NOVEMBER 4th, 2015
•    Prepare your head for the Mexican singer Carla Morrison’s new album, “Amor Supremo,” because it stays pretty close to one performed tempo (a bit below medium) and one portrayed state of consciousness (lucid dreaming). It’s an hour of reverbed–out ballads about intemperate love and the void.
•    Her music hasn’t always been this single–minded. Ms. Morrison’s last record, “Déjenme Llorar,” from 2012 — which won Latin Grammy Awards for both alternative album and alternative song — had some immediacy. Its sound and arrangements were more direct, varied and acoustic; it transmitted despair, but could do it in a sweet, genial, small–scale way. Here, with the producer Alejandro Jimenez, she’s gone oceanic.
•    The record is elegant and gauzy, done mostly with live drums and synthesizer, and dabs of guitar, piano and strings. An English–language point of comparison might be the last few records by Lana Del Rey, in the way both singers make words and phrases stretch and swoop, and how they perform romantic sadness as ritual. But Ms. Morrison’s voice is lighter and stronger, far more subtle, and she’s not playing with her public image nearly as much. These are reports from the inside of the head, love songs about the contents of one soul’s being decanted into another.•    Her narrators absorb love in every way possible, through ears and mouth and skin and mind. There are rarely other people mentioned in these songs. “You are my secret,” she sings in “Mi Secreto.” “I tell nobody about you.” And in “Un Beso”: “I want to touch you and follow you everywhere.” Repeatedly, she uses metaphors to describe a kind of love in which there is no separation, no independent will. “You were living in me,” she sings at one point, “and I was so, so happy.”
•    There are songs of satisfaction and remorse, of love’s being born and dying, and they’re pretty much the same. The floating feeling pervading the music — the tolling chords, the long decays — suggests an absence of beginnings and ends. “It’s an addiction,” she sings about her love in “Mi Secreto,” in yet another metaphor. “It’s a process.” •    http://www.nytimes.com/
Also:
By Stephen M. Deusner; November 5, 2015;  Score: 8.0
•    http://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/21243-amor-supremo/
Website: http://carlamorrisonmusica.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CarlaMorrisonmx
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CARLAMORRISONOFICIALMX
Albums:
•    Aprendiendo a Aprender EP (2009) Recorded and Mixed by Jordan Beriault
•    Aprendiendo a Aprender [Deluxe Edition] 2010
•    Mientras Tú Dormías... (2010) produced by Mexican solo artist Natalia Lafourcade
•    Déjenme Llorar (2012) produced by Juan Manuel Torreblanca and Andres Landon
•    Jugando en Serio EP (2013) produced by Alejandro Jiménez
•    Amor Supremo (2015)
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Carla Morrison — Amor Supremo (November 6, 2015)

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