Released June 14, 2019. Ghostride is one of the most streamed songs as of June 2019 off the album Jinx.
Jinx is the fourth album by Quarashi, and is the only album the group released on a major record label. It was released on 9 April 2002. It was their first album to receive an international release, being released not only in Iceland, but also in the United States, Australia, Japan, and the rest of Europe. As such, Jinx is Quarashi's best known album
Jinx by Crumb, released 14 June 2019 1. Cracking 2. Nina 3. Ghostride 4. Fall Down 5. . 6. The Letter 7. Part III 8. And It Never Ends 9. Faces 10. Jinx. This is the first real contender for my album of the year. StrangeFlow I can hear brodcast in this as well as tame impala and melody's echo chamber and still it sounds like crumb also! I'd say the previous EPs were more funky and faster but the ideas remain smart and tricky on this one and harmonies as well as rhythms are full of interesting musical decisions.
On Jinx, those free-jazz influences and arrangements-an affinity Ramani also flexes as a member of New York City experimental collective Standing on the Corner-remain, but there’s something decidedly murkier afoot. Embracing the analog-suffused production they dabbled in on past projects, Crumb’s debut offers a warm, hazy snapshot of banal existence from the inside out. Concealed emotion, strained facades, and the desire to break free from the numbness underlying both are recurring themes, but Jinx is no dense, depressing slog.
The Bad: While Jinx is never onerous, the album’s consistency sometimes toes the line between a solid piece of work from start to finish and a 10-track blur. Somewhere around the The Letter, Crumb’s kaleidoscope teeter on the edge of becoming indistinct background noise, begging the question: Can Crumb’s oft-described chill beats be, in a cruel twist of fate, too chill? The Verdict: With Jinx, Crumb successfully play snake charmer to the disquiet of the mind
|A1||No Need To Cry|
|A3||Who's Flying This Plane?|
|B1||No Need To Cry|
|B3||Who's Flying This Plane?|
- Recorded At – The Cottage, Macclesfield
- Backing Vocals – Les Woollam, Pat McGreen, Sara Austin
- Bass Guitar – Al Robertson
- Congas – Roger Key
- Drums – Tony Hall
- Guitar – Steve Hayes
- Keyboards – Nigel Stonier
- Lead Guitar – Pat McGreen
- Producer – Les Woollam, Nigel Stonier
- Recorded By – Roger Boden
- Saxophone – Roger Key
- Vocals – Steve Hayes