Gary Wilson – Electric Endicott. Genre: Electronic, Jazz, Funk, Soul, Pop. Style: Leftfield, New Wave, Experimental, Easy Listening. Electric Endicott (CD, Album).
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Do-It-Yourself underground legend Gary Wilson (whose overlooked 1977 classic, You Think You Really Know Me, was reissued in 2002 to a new generation of accolades) once again plays all the instruments on 2010’s Electric Endicott. It’s an album of obsessive wonder. Fourteen tracks in 32 minutes concerning the ex-girlfriends in his life set to music that squirms around jazz-rock, lounge music and Frank Zappa-inspired pop music.
Gary Wilson's first album, 1977's You Think You Really Know Me, hinted at a hidden world. Recorded in his parents' basement, it offered the kind of skewed take on saccharine AM pop best made by one lonely, sunlight-starved individual. When Animal Collective's Paw Tracks label unearthed Pink's The Doldrums in 2004, its bulging creativity encouraged fantasies that there was much more where that came from. Part of my ambivalence toward Electric Endicott comes from not sharing that love. Glittery synth-pop in the Steely Dan/Todd Rundgren vein is a tough sell for me. I find it hard to break through the cheesy Casio-preset associations and the obsessions with technical craft and formal figures that aren't interesting enough to warrant such commitment.
Gary Wilson does not change, which may well be troubling for those who deal with him on a daily basis but should come as a relief to those fascinated with his sporadic adventures in recording. The ready availability of inexpensive digital recording technology means Wilson's third album, 2010's Electric Endicott, sounds noticeably more polished than his homemade debut, 1977's You Think You Really Know Me, but its soul is very much the same - Wilson's music is still pop with something a bit wrong, especially in his jerky rhythms and oddball, overdubbed backing vocals (which.
Is Electric Endicott the best album by Gary Wilson? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Electric Endicott by Gary Wilson (2010) Release date: 2010-10-26 Overall rank: 76,761st. Accolades: Top albums of 2010 ( 2,289th ). Top albums of the 2010s ( 21,992nd ). Best albums of all time ( 76,761st ).
Gary Wilson (born October 1953) is an American experimental artist best known for his 1977 album You Think You Really Know Me, after which he promptly retired from recording and performing concerts. He slowly gained a strong cult following during the 1980s and 1990s, and in the early 2000s became active again. Born on The North Side of Endicott, New York, Gary Wilson was one of four siblings, the others being Larry, David and Patti. The children kept several ducks as pets
|Linda Never Said Goodbye||0:36|
|Where Are The Flowers?||3:10|
|Sandy Put Me On A Sick Trip||0:52|
|In The Night||2:34|
|Kathy Kissed Me Last Night||1:11|
|Swinging With Karen Tonight||2:13|
|The Clouds Cry For Endicott||1:40|
|Where Did Karen Go?||3:17|
|Lisa Made Me Cry||2:27|
|She Forgot To Lock Her Door||0:36|
|Please Don't Break My Heart Today||2:39|
|Where Did My Duck Go?||3:44|
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