Rachel Zylstra | The Tacit Turn

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The Tacit Turn

by Rachel Zylstra

Smoky and sweet-voiced songs, spilling over with lyrical wit and narrative, blend pop-standard elements, ambient Radiohead-esque effects and Americana-tinged harmonies to heady, lush, and dark effect.
Genre: Pop: Piano
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1. Tally-Ho
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2. Where Was Your Head
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3. Jack & Ginger
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4. Still Life
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5. All This Time
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6. For the Life of Me
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7. Do Re Mi
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8. Dark
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9. New Year
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10. Charity
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11. Overslept
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12. At the Well
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The album The Tacit Turn is born of a band by the same name comprised of singer-songwriter Rachel Zylstra, Russ Wedelich and Alex Paul. Innovative drummer/vocalist (and songwriter in his own right) Alex Paul came to start playing with RZ in 2011 in a series of intimate weekend afternoon shows at New York City's beloved downtown music venue Rockwood Music Hall, relieving RZ of a compulsive tendency to always write sweeping percussive piano accompaniments. A year later, experimental effects-savvy bassist Russ Wedelich, having both heard this music and thought to himself, "this needs bass," offered to join "RZ + Band" for the sold-out release show of RZ's album Strings, and in doing so successfully, was met with the consensus that yes, that did need bass.

The Tacit Turn voices the wry wistful depth of RZ's music and lyrics while playing up its darker and edgier tones. In 2015 the trio finally committed 12 lush, diverse and irresistibly listenable tunes to this fine studio outing recorded by Justin Milner (Strings) and Dave Brenneman (RZ's Before You Could Decide), mixed by Justin Milner, mastered by Sarah Register, and with additional vocals by Mollie Horne.

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