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# Yo la la la

s_span class="mw-headline" id="Historique">Histoire[edit] Yo-la-tengo (often shortened to YLT) is an independent US based Indian style band founded in 1984 in Hoboken, New Jersey. Dave Schramm joined the group in 2015 and releases their 14th full-length Stuff Like That There. The group' début record was a 7" singles titled "The River of Water" with a front of Arthur Lee's "A House Is Not a Motel", published in 1985 with Dave Schramm on leading and Dave Rick on bassplayer.

Following the addition of "Private Doberman" to a Coyote Records album called Luxury Condos Coming to Your Neighborhood Soon, Rick quit the group and was succeeded by Mike Lewis, founder bassist of Boston garages pop groups DMZ and Lyre, who was also a member of Brooklyn garages rocking group The A-Bones throughout his YLT years.

Yo La Tengo published her first LP, The Tiger on Coyote Records in 1986. Conceived by former Mission of Burma bassplayer Clint Conley, who also played three of the tracks, the CD "Yo La Tengo as a true vocal group" was created by the former Mission of Burma bassplayer Clint Conley, according to critic Mark Deming.

Kaplan was featured as a "naive guitar" on the cover, and in the 1993 City Slang Records line-up note for the re-release of the albums it went so far as to say: "Dave's guitars play is undeniably the best thing on the LP. "President Yo La Tengo's 1989 publication contributed greatly to consolidating the band's standing with reviewers, among them Robert Christgau, who commended the "mysterious guitars hook" in the first track entitled "Barnaby, Hardly Working".

8 ] Produce by Gene Holder of The dB's, the book was the last publication of the group on Coyote. In spite of the album's good recording the sale was still bad and Wichnewski quit the group a short time later. 1991, with Dave Schramm in tow, Yo La Tengo worked with Daniel Johnston on the track "Speeding Motorcycle", which was published as a singles.

On Bar/None Records the bands also published a 7" singles with the track "Walking Away from You", backed by a covers of beats happenings "Cast a Shadow". That Is Yo La Tengo EP, published later this year, contained some songs that would end up on the group's next LP.

In 1992 the record was published by Alias Records. Of the eleven tracks on the record ("Swing for Life", "Out the Window" and "Five-Cornered Drone"), three were taken from the That Is Yo La Tengo EP and include Holders on base. Upside-Down EP was published on CD to complement the release of the Alias group.

Yo La Tengo started their relationship with Matador Records in 1993 and released a 7" and CD5 of the Shaker track the New Jersey based John Siket had been recording with the group. The first Yo La Tengo record to include James McNew in every track is Painful. Sheffield, who wrote in The New Rolling Stone Albums Guide, noted that McNew "became an integral part of the Painful sounds, the 1993 record that kept every pledge Yo La Tengo had ever made and swept away their past high points.

"13 ] The criticism was quite upbeat, with critic Stephen Thomas Erlewine describing it as "a subtle addictive album". "14 ] Robert Christgau once again commended the group and wrote in his critique that Yo La Tengo "is always kind. "8 "8] The group published Electr-O-Pura in 1995 with similar success. This was the first year that all song was attributed to the group as a whole and not just to individuals; this became the standard for all upcoming publications.

Pitchfork scored the record with 9.7 out of 10 points[15] and AllMusic critic Stephen Thomas Erlewine said it was "probably Yo La Tengo's best and most cohesive record to date. Having a higher than ever critically acclaimed record, the bands went on to tour widely and their following grew.

1998 they worked together with Jad Fair and published the Strange but Trueto Miscellaneous Review cd. Yo-la-tengo had a Cameo part as the Salvation Army Volunteer in Hal Hartley's 1998 movie The Book of Life and was featured on the 1999 sound track publication. 17 ] At the end of 1999 the group reentered the recording studios to produce their 9th soap.

Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out was published in February 2000 for a hot welcome. Containing some of the most intriguing tracks with muted, diversified orchestration, the record contains the 19-minute Epic "Night Falls On Hoboken". Yo La Tengo in 2001 produced an instrument-based full score for eight brief underwater documentary films by Jean Painlevé titled The Sounds of the Sounds of the Science.

At the end of 2002 the bands also published an LP with Sun Ra's "Nuclear War" cover. In 2003 the band's 10th LP, Summer Sun, was published. Even though the overall rating of the record was positive, some reviewers found the album's calm vibe "overwhelming". "Others criticised the tape for a perceptible shortage of invention.

When asked about the tranquil character of the record, Kaplan replied that Yo La Tengo worked with Yoko Ono on the 2003 Wig in a Box philanthropic album: They put together their first "Best of" composition called Prisoners of Love: 1985-2003, which was published in 2005. The 11th LP, I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your As, was published with great success in 2006.

"22 ] In additon, the record was completed with two guitars of more than ten minute length each. Yo La Tengo joined the company in 2009: Chris Knox, a triptych for New Zealand based pop band member Chris Knox, who died of a heart attack in June 2009. Yo-la-tengo cover Knox's tune "Coloured."

Knox is recovering from the loss of the entire record. 27 ] Also in 2009 Yo La Tengo provided a covers of the track "Gentle Hour" for the AIDS utility record Dark Was the Night, which was recorded by the Red Hot Organization. By 2016, the bands published a second collection of their spontaneous coversongs, murder in the second degree, on New Jersey's WFMU free-form studio.

Yo-la-tengo has always had key members Ira Kaplan and Georgia Hubley. Spring high ^ Green, Matthew (November 5, 2015). "yo-la-tengo - Still jenuinely indie - SFGate." Hoboken, N.J. has created a flow of truly autonomous, experiential skirt in the Velvet Underground spirit: a zerebral, genre-defining mixture of dream landscapes that shifts from soft ly lymph to happy disonant.

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"Collapse of popular condo: the catch-up of Yo La Tengo." Returned on August 11, 2009. Hop up Matador Annotated Discography. Archives from the originals on 18 March 2012. Returned on February 17, 2012. Hop up Yo La Tengo Annotated Discography, 1997. Archives from the originals on 18 March 2012. Returned on February 17, 2012.

Hop up ^ Murray, Noel (September 15, 2009). Returned on February 17, 2012. Hop up ^ Sheffield, Rob (2004). "Yo-la-tengo." New Rolling Stone Album Guide. Servings published under "Yo La Tengo > Biography". Archives from the orginal from December 7, 2008. Returned on August 11, 2009. Hop up ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas.

For Painful Yo La Tengo > Review by AllMusic. Returned on August 11, 2009. Skip up ^ "Internet Archive Wayback Machine". 14 February 2008. Archives from the originals on 14 February 2008. Returned on February 17, 2012. Hop up ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. My heart beats as One Yo La Tengo > Review on AllMusic.

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Hop up ^ "Yo La Tengo, August 14, 2012". yolatengo.com. Returned on September 2, 2012. Go to ^ Gérard (2012-11-14). "Yo-la-tengo's 'Fade' LP/CD/Digital Album January 15th marks the start of the North American Tour on January 23rd". Brought back 2013-01-08. Hop up ^ Haglund, David (April 25, 2014). Hop du printemps ^ "Yo La Tengo Collect Covers, Reworkings, New Songs on Stuff Like That There, Announce Tour | News".

Bounced 2015-08-28. Spring up ^ "Robyn Hitchcock & Yo La Tengo playing Black Snake Diamond Role' & many others at Rough Trade (Pictures, Videos, Setlist)". Brought back 2017-03-03-03. Skip up "Navigating 30 Years of Yo La Tengo". Recalled December 16, 2014. Hop up ^ 200 bilboard (2015-09-19). Retracted 2015-12-23.

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