Benjamin Clementine – I Tell A Fly (2017) [FLAC 24bit, 44,1 kHz]

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Artist: Benjamin Clementine
Album: I Tell A Fly
Genre: Soul, Jazz
Release Date: 2017
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 45:03
Total Tracks: 11
Total Size: 480 MB


1-01. Benjamin Clementine – Farewell Sonata (04:35)
1-02. Benjamin Clementine – God Save The Jungle (03:14)
1-03. Benjamin Clementine – Better Sorry Than Asafe (05:32)
1-04. Benjamin Clementine – Phantom Of Aleppoville (06:30)
1-05. Benjamin Clementine – Paris Cor Blimey (04:23)
1-06. Benjamin Clementine – Jupiter (02:41)
1-07. Benjamin Clementine – Ode From Joyce (02:05)
1-08. Benjamin Clementine – One Awkward Fish (04:13)
1-09. Benjamin Clementine – By The Ports Of Europe (03:40)
1-10. Benjamin Clementine – Quintessence (03:37)
1-11. Benjamin Clementine – Ave Dreamer (04:28)


When he brought out At Least For Now, Benjamin Clementine made an entrance that was mad as hell and at the same time very much reserved. The vocals were deep. Well-trained. Almost warlike. The young Brit proved that he had, above all else, one hell of a voice. It was a voice worthy of Nina Simone, to whom he was quickly compared. A strong personality behind a tightly-controlled piano, who impressed and took one’s breath away. This first album was a solid, demanding effort, especially in terms of the musical styles whose boundaries it confounded with a sweep of the hand. Jazz, soul, folk, blues, classical or pop, Benjamin Clementine doesn’t discriminate, preferring to play a stateless kind of music, alternating between the nudity of a simple piano and the fulsomeness of a violin section. No less mercurial, I Tell a Fly is if anything even harder to define. More theatrical than before, this is a record that takes the world by storm – an album solidly on top of its game. In short, a work of its time interwoven with timeless instruments. On Jupiter, Clementine surfs on a relaxed pop, whereas on One Awkward Fish, he lets loose, mixing the sound of a harpsichord with funky, minimalist drums. That’s just one of the many wide strides that mark out this album. Demanding, and above all stunning.

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