Manhattan (Jeffrey Lewis & Los Bolts album)
|Studio album by |
Jeffrey Lewis & Los Bolts
|Released||October 30, 2015|
|Label||Rough Trade Records|
|Producer||Brian Speaker, Jeffrey Lewis|
|Jeffrey Lewis & Los Bolts chronology|
Manhattan is an album by New York City-based anti-folk musician Jeffrey Lewis and his backing band, which is billed as Los Bolts. It was produced by Lewis himself and New York producer Brian Speaker and mixed by John Agnello. It was released on October 30, 2015 on Rough Trade Records.
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Manhattan received generally favorable reviews from critics. For example, Paul Simpson of AllMusic gave the album 4 out of 5 stars. In his review, Simpson said that the album "focuses on tales relating to [Lewis'] home borough, resulting in some of his most personal songwriting to date"; he also described it as "one of Lewis' clearest, best-recorded and arranged albums to date".
- Scowling Crackhead Ian
- Sad Screaming Old Man
- Back To Manhattan
- Avenue A, Shanghai, Hollywood
- Outta Town
- It Only Takes A Moment
- Support Tours
- Have A Baby
- Atheist Mantis
- The Pigeon
- David Beauchamp- Drums
- Turner Cody- Guitar
- Caitlin Gray- Bass, Keyboards, Vocals
- Jeffrey Lewis & Los Bolts- Primary Artist
- Jeffrey Lewis- Composer, Guitar, Keyboards, Primary Artist, Producer
- Franic Rozycki- Bass
- Brian Speaker- Bass, Vocals, Producer
- Heather Wagner- Drums, Tambourine, Vocals
- "Manhattan Reviews". Metacritic.
- Simpson, Paul. "Manhattan Review". AllMusic.
- Jonze, Tim (2015-12-17). "Jeffrey Lewis & Los Bolts: Manhattan review – anti-folk star still capable of surprises". The Guardian.
- Johnathon1069 (2015-10-29). "Manhattan". Punknews.org.
- Divola, Berry (2015-02-11). "Jeffrey Lewis & Los Bolts – Manhattan". Rolling Stone Australia.
- Weiss, Dan (2016-01-08). "SPIN Overlooked Albums Report: Aesop Rock and Homeboy Sandman Eat a Whole Food Web". Spin.
- Pattison, Louis (2015-12-14). "Jeffrey Lewis & Los Bolts – Manhattan". Uncut.
- Christgau, Robert (2015-10-30). "Love, Doubt, and Death in New York City". Noisey.