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Illinois (styled Sufjan Stevens Invites You To: Come On Feel the Illinoise on the cover; sometimes written as Illinoise) is a 2005 concept album by American singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens. His fifth studio album, it features songs referencing places, events, and persons related to the . Illinois is Stevens' second based on a . state-part of a planned series of fifty that began with the 2003 album Michigan and that Stevens has since acknowledged was a joke.
Produced by Sufjan Stevens. Come On! Feel the Illinoise! (Part I: The World’s Columbian Exposition – Part II: Carl Sandburg Visits Me in a Dream) Lyrics. Sufjan Stevens celebrates two of Illinois' proudest moments: The World’s Fair of 1893, and their native son, Carl Sandburg. Come On! Feel the Illinoise! (Part I: The World’s Columbian Exposition – Part II: Carl Sandburg Visits Me in a Dream)" Track Info. Written By Sufjan Stevens. Cello By Maria Bella Jeffers. Viola by Marla Hansen.
Illinois (or Sufjan Stevens Invites You To: Come On Feel The Illinoise) is the second album in the so-called 50 States Project, which later turned out to be a stunt. The album focuses on Illinois and includes some things from Sufjan’s past as well. The artwork for the album originally included Superman but was eventually replaced (or, on some albums, flat-out removed). Contrary to popular belief, this is not because DC Comics filed a cease and desist
Renews automatically. You probably know Stevens intends to do an album about each of the 50 US states, and has already done one about Michigan. Come On Feel the Illinoise is difficult to pigeonhole with "sounds like" comparisons- acoiustic guitar, gentle vocals, quirky vocals, woodwinds, odd keyboard tones and off kilter rhythms drift in and out. I'll try and define the epicenter of the sound by using these three points: Brian Wilson's grander, more orchestral work; Joni Mitchell; and Phillip Glass.
Classical devotion, architect promotion. Think about it now. Note: Obviously the song is performed on a myriad of. instruments, with not a guitar in. Chicago, the New Age, but what would Frank Lloyd Wright say? (or well down in the mix). Oh great intentions I've got the best of interventions But when the ads come I think about it now. In my infliction Entrepreneurial conditions Take us to glory I think about it now. Cannot conversations cull united nations?
Feel The Illinoise! Part I: The World's Columbian Exposition Part II: Carl Sandburg Visits Me In A Dream. 4. John Wayne Gacy, Jr. 3:19. Illinois (2xLP, Album, MP, RM, MI). Asthmatic Kitty Records. CYCLE 027. Sufjan Stevens.
is a remarkable album that manages to pack in a state full of instruments (flugelhorns, choirs, presumably at least one watering-can solo) and sounds as simultaneously vast yet intimately detailed as Polyphonic Spree produced by Brian Eno. Maybe Illinois is like that, but rather than spend his career trekking, Stevens has sought inspiration from history and hearsay. His songs are odd tales with self-explanatory but mythical titles like A Short Reprise for Mary Todd, Who Went Insane But for Very Good Reasons.
Sufjan Stevens - Come On! Feel the Illinoise! Sufjan Stevens - Come On! Feel the Illinoise! Terms of Service. Album: Illinois, 2005. Has been played on. Singapore 7. RadioChat Indie Digital.
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