While - Haze 01 album
Purple Haze" is a song written by Jimi Hendrix and released as the second record single by the Jimi Hendrix Experience on March 17, 1967. As a record chart hit in several countries and the opening number on the Experience's debut American album, it was many people's first exposure to Hendrix's psychedelic rock sound. The song features his inventive guitar playing, which uses the signature Hendrix chord and a mix of blues and Eastern modalities, shaped by novel sound processing techniques
Purple haze all in my brain Lately things they don't seem the same Acting funny, but I don't know why Excuse me while I kiss the sky. Purple haze all around Don't know if I'm coming up or down Am I happy or in misery? Whatever it is, that girl put a spell on me Help me! Help me! Ah no n. .Yeah! Purple haze all in my eyes Don't know if it's day or night You got me blowing, blowing my mind Is it tomorrow, or just the end of time? No, help me No, yeah purple haze Oh no, no Oh help me Tell me, tell me Can't go on like this You make.
While he was a precocious teen when he first started, he's now got an elder's sensibility in landing the right sonic touches, be it the wheezing whirls of organ on "My Name Is" or the sonorous string arrangement fitted into "Cryin'. That song also is the lone time Shrager sings lead and Wise, as it turns out, also makes for an excellent back-up singer). It's apt that they have a song entitled "Blue & Grey," as that's the album's dominant emotional palette. With their debut, The Shacks invite you into a livid world of half-seen glances and whispered promises, where the object of your desire is always just around the corner, always just out of reach.
Collecting all four sides of a double-12", the CD version of While's Haze EP is a six-track collection of dark, distorted breakbeats pitched against off-key bells and ambient melodies. Fourth track "Slate" is an exception, sliding into downtempo territory.
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Haze’ opens with the title track, which is, appropriately enough, the first song Shrager and Wise ever wrote together. It’s a spare, smoky tune that shimmers and sparkles as it shifts in and out of focus, and it’s an ideal gateway into the immersive world of The Shacks. On the breezy Follow Me, they channel the infectious charm of a 60’s girl group, while the soulful My Name Is grooves its way through a mesmerizing take on 70’s funk. Much like a dream, the songs often merge the familiar and the unfamiliar, constructing their own psychedelic reality full of beauty and yearning, all fueled.
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|CHLT 009.1||While||Haze 01 (12", TP)||Chocolate Industries||CHLT 009.1||US||2000|