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5 Selections From 50 Song Memoir
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The Magnetic Fields is a moniker for the mastermind behind the name: Stephen Merritt. Though TMF is Merritt’s most popular group, he has several other bands and collaborations, including The Gothic Archies whom he works with fiction writer, Daniel Handler (who has also provided accordion to Merritt’s work from time to time)

Earlier this year, Magnetic Fields announced that they’d be releasing a new 50-track album titled 50 Song Memoir. This isn’t that wild a stunt for Stephin Merritt and company, considering they released 69 Love Songs back in 1999. The new album is more personal for Merritt, however, since each song covers one year of his 50-year lifetime (as of his fiftieth birthday, when he began writing these songs)

Released: November 17, 2016. 1. '74: No. 2. '86: How I Failed Ethics. SoundHound on Twitter.

LP (12" album, 33 rpm), Box Set. The Magnetic Fields Format: Vinyl. MP3 Music, March 10, 2017. Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). In stock on July 12, 2018.

Great album titles serve as skeleton keys to deeper understanding of the themes explored in the music. Nevermind echoed the fatalist sigh of Nirvana’s 1991 calling card Smells Like Teen Spirit and the ennui clouding Kurt Cobain’s emotional thermostat. To Pimp a Butterfly illustrated the war between integrity and celebrity broiling inside of Kendrick Lamar throughout his 2015 opus. In his flagship outfit, the Magnetic Fields, New York singer-songwriter and t Stephin Merritt has used album titles as ground rules for writing exercises. Charm of the Highway Strip, from 1995,.

Distortion is the eighth studio album by American indie pop band The Magnetic Fields. It was released on January 15, 2008 on Nonesuch Records. As the album's title implies, several of the musical performances featured are distorted by various means. In particular, the album's sound was influenced by the 1985 album Psychocandy by The Jesus and Mary Chain. Distortion was recorded at Mother West in New York City. It was produced by Stephin Merritt and co-produced by Charles Newman.

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1 '74: No
Accordion, Organ, Piano, Vibraphone, Backing Vocals – Daniel HandlerBacking Vocals – Randy Walker , Shirley SimmsFlugelhorn, Tuba – Johny BloodWritten-By, Lyrics By, Producer, Drums, Organ, Synthesizer, Ukulele – Stephin Merritt
2 '86: How I Failed Ethics
Keyboards – Thomas BartlettProducer, Lyrics By, Written-By, Chimes, Vocoder, Vocals – Stephin Merritt
3 '93: Me And Fred And Dave And Ted
Written-By, Lyrics By, Producer, Drums, Ukulele, Piano, Bass, Vocals – Stephin Merritt
4 '02: Be True To Your Bar
Accordion, Keyboards, Organ, Backing Vocals – Daniel HandlerBacking Vocals – Anthony Kaczynski, Shirley SimmsCello – Sam DavolKeyboards – Thomas BartlettTuba – Johny BloodViola – Pinky WeitzmanWritten-By, Lyrics By, Producer, Vocals – Stephin Merritt
5 '13: Big Enough For Both Of Us
Backing Vocals – Shirley SimmsGuitar – John WooLyrics By, Written-By, Producer, Drums, Organ, Percussion, Bass, Synthesizer, Dulcimer, Sitar, Vocals – Stephin Merritt

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none The Magnetic Fields 5 Selections From 50 Song Memoir ‎(5xFile, AAC) Nonesuch none 2016