Elvis Costello is releasing a companion to his newest album. The Boy Named If (Alive at Memphis Magnetic) is about to reach on Nov. 25.
(Alive at Memphis Magnetic) options updates of songs from Costello’s most up-to-date LP that have been recorded stay within the studio throughout tour rehearsals. “When the Imposters and I entered Memphis Magnetic studio in October 2021, it was the primary time we might been face-to-face or side-by-side whereas taking part in the songs from The Boy Named If,” Costello stated in a information launch. “Now we have been three days from opening on the Soundstage at Graceland however what higher technique to put together than taking part in a few of your favourite songs, whereas negotiating with the trickier angles in our new tunes.”
The brand new album additionally consists of an replace of Costello’s 1983 track “Each Day I Write the E book,” covers of songs by the Rolling Stones (“Out of Time”), the Byrds (“So You Need To Be A Rock & Roll Star”), Paul McCartney and Wings (“Let Me Roll It”) and others. There’s additionally a brand new remix of “Magnificent Damage” from The Boy Named If created by the Japanese duo chelmico.
You possibly can view an entire observe itemizing, and take heed to the brand new model of “Magnificent Damage,” down beneath.
“As you’ll hear,” Costello added, “the track is now a wholly totally different story in each phrases and music, re-harmonizing my interjections between their verses, and it’s this new Japanese mannequin of the track that closes the storybook on The Boy Named If (Alive At Memphis Magnetic).”
‘The Boy Named If (Alive at Memphis Magnetic)’ Observe Itemizing
1.”Magnificent Damage” (Costello)
2. “Fact Drug” (Nick Lowe)
3. “Penelope Halfpenny” (Costello)
4. “So You Need To Be A Rock & Roll Star” (McGuinn/Hillman)
5. “What If I Cannot Give You Something However Love?” (Costello)
6. “The Boy Named If” (Costello)
7. “Let Me Roll It” (Paul McCartney/Linda McCartney)
8. “Each Day I Write The E book” (Costello)
9. “Out of Time” (Jagger/Richards)
10. “Right here, There and In all places” (McCartney)
11. “Magnificent Damage” remix (Costello/chelmico)
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