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Calexico — Maybe On Monday [EP] (2013)

 Calexico — Maybe On Monday [EP] (2013)

Calexico — Maybe On Monday [EP]
Location: Tucson, Arizona
Album release: June 21st, 2013
Record Label: City Slang
Duration:     22:03
01. Maybe On Monday (Alternate Version)    (4:13)
02. Walls Came Down     (4:01)
03. Shabby Doll     (5:29)
04. Unsatisfied     (4:01)
05. Maybe On Monday (Demo Version)     (4:19)
Joey Burns — vocals, guitar, cello, upright bass, arrangements, production
John Convertino — drums, percussion, vibes, marimba, accordion
Paul Niehaus — pedal steel, guitar, backing vocals
Jacob Valenzuela — vocals, trumpet, vibes, keyboard
Martin Wenk — trumpet, accordion, guitar, synth, vibes, backing vocals
Volker Zander — kontrabass, electric bass
Live tour 2013:
Joey Burns — vocals, guitars
John Convertino — drums, percussion
Sergio Mendoza — Keyboards
Jacob Valenzuela — trumpet, keyboards, vibraphone, vocals
Martin Wenk – trumpet, guitar, keyboards, accordion, glockenspiel, vibraphone (occasionally harmonica & French horn)
Jairo Zavala — bazouki, baritone guitar, vocals
Nick Luca — guitar, keys, backing vox
Chris Giambelluca — bass, backing vox
Sergio Mendoza — piano, farfisa
Salvador Duran — vocals, shakers, caja
Mike Carbajal — trumpet, percussion
Mariachi Luz de Luna
Y La Orkesta
Amparo Sanchez — vocals

 © Photo credit: Wendy Lynch
Website: http://www.casadecalexico.com/
City Slang: http://www.cityslang.com/calexico/news/
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/casadecalexico
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/casadecalexico
Twitter: http://twitter.com/casadecalexico
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/calexico
Giant Sand: http://www.giantsand.com/
Al Perry: http://www.tucsonunderground.com/legends/alperry/
Composed by: Joey Burns / John Convertino
Lyrics "Maybe On Monday":
Woke up on Monday and wrote you a love song, wrote you a love song
Well the pen stopped and the paper flew out the window
And the notes rang down the road
I don't know where they'll go get caught in the trees I suppose
Ripped apart by the birds and the winter winds whisper good bye to your
Went out walking into the storm, into the storm
Followed what I thought was your voice but it was just the riverside
I don't know where they'll go but I cast the letters you wrote
Taken out by the current or sink to the bottom to say a little goodbye to
Your love
(Solo guitar)
Skies dark and the wind blew the trees down
I watched as the world slipped away
Carved into the bark a final love song
Then I carried the words to the fire
Staring into the glow where the branches are burning low
Sparks shooting out like stars and in the morning say a little goodbye to
Your love
I'll carry this song with me everyday 'til I lie down by your side © Photo credit: Emily Wilson
≈  Calexico is a Tucson, Arizona-based Americana / Tex-Mex / indie rock band. The band's two main members, Joey Burns and John Convertino, first played together in Los Angeles as part of the group Giant Sand. They have recorded a number of albums on Quarterstick Records, while their 2005 EP In the Reins recorded with Iron & Wine has reached the Billboard 200 album charts. Their musical style is influenced by traditional Latin sounds of mariachi / conjunto / cumbia / Tejano music and also the Southwestern United States country music as well as '50s-'60s jazz and '90s-'00s post-rock, and they have been described by some as "desert noir" or indie rock. The band is named for the border town of Calexico, California.
In french:
≈  Un EP sorti a l'occasion de la tournée européenne du groupe cet été. Il reprend un titre du dernier album, Algiers et trois reprises (The Replacements, Elvis Costello, The Call).
≈  They call New Orleans a melting pot. When one thinks about it like that, it’s hardly surprising that this is where CALEXICO reconvened to record their seventh full-length album, ALGIERS. Joey Burns and John Convertino have long called upon an extended range of musical influences, blending them together so distinctly that the results have almost become a genre of their own. Nonetheless, the choice ...of New Orleans may still come as a surprise to many. ≈  CALEXICO are, after all, associated with a style that their name – borrowed from a small town of less than 40,000 inhabitants on the border between the US and Mexico – has always defined with an unusual precision. Their work has spoken of dusty deserts and the loners that inhabit them, mixing America’s country music heritage with that of a Latin persuasion. In other words, it isn’t obviously affiliated with the sounds that have made New Orleans one of the premiere tourist destinations in the US. What’s emerged as a result of this decision, however, is arguably the most exciting and accessible record CALEXICO have made. It’s a fact emphasised by the band’s decision to name the album in tribute to the neighbourhood where they worked: Algiers.
≈  The feel of ALGIERS is recognisably classic CALEXICO, but their style been revitalised and reborn by the experience of recording in the city. Its influence isn't necessarily sonically evident, but there’s a strange, powerful connection to the sounds that have always coloured their own, influences Burns has previously identified as including “Portugese fado, 50’s jazz, gypsy or romani music and its offshoots, 60’s surf and twang from Link Wray to country’s Duane Eddy, the spaghetti western epics of Ennio Morricone and dark indie rock singer songwriters.”
≈  So, some 22 years since they first met, Joey Burns and John Convertino – joined as ever by a cast of musicians from across the globe – add yet another successful musical adventure to their list. You might think that, after six studio albums and a suitcase of tour CDs, collaborations with the likes of Victoria Williams, Iron & Wine, Willie Nelson, Roger McGuinn and Nancy Sinatra, and soundtrack work to boot, there wasn’t much more they could achieve. But you’d be wrong. New Orleans clearly inspired them to make an album that sees them stretch out more effortlessly than ever but, while you can take the men out of CALEXICO, but you can’t take CALEXICO out of the men…
All Calexico Shows:
Jun 29, 2013 GB Glastonbury / Glastonbury Festival
Jun 30, 2013 BE Brussels / Coleur Cafe
Jul 01, 2013 DE Bremen / Schlachthof
Jul 02, 2013 DE Berlin / Citadel Music Festival
Jul 03, 2013 DE Dresden / Alter Schlachthof
Jul 04, 2013 DE Stuttgart / Freilichtbuehne Killesberg
Jul 05, 2013 AT Vienna / Harvest of Art "Warm Up"
Jul 06, 2013 DE Würzburg / Posthalle
Jul 07, 2013 DK Roskilde / Roskilde Festival
Jul 09, 2013 DE Mainz / Zitadelle (Open Air)
Jul 10, 2013 DE Karlsruhe / Tollhaus
Jul 11, 2013 CH Lausanne / Festival de la Cité
Jul 13, 2013 BE Brugge / Cactus festival
Jul 14, 2013 NL Rotterdam / North Sea Jazz
Jul 16, 2013 DE Munich / Tollwood
Jul 17, 2013 DE Nürnberg / Serenadenhof
Jul 18, 2013 FR Paris / La Cigale
Jul 19, 2013 GB Suffolk / Latitude Festival
Jul 20, 2013 NO Tromsø / Bukta Festival
Aug 07, 2013 RS Belgrade / SKC Open Air
Aug 08, 2013 HU Šibenik / Terraneo Festival
Aug 09, 2013 HU Budapest / Sziget Festival
Aug 10, 2013 AT Wels / Schlachthof
Aug 11, 2013 AT Dornbirn / Conrad-Sohm
Aug 13, 2013 DE Hamburg / Stadtpark (Open Air)
Aug 14, 2013 DE Bonn / Kunst!Palast
Aug 15, 2013 NL Bloemendaal / Caprera (Open Air)
Aug 16, 2013 SE Malmö / Malmö Festivalen
Aug 17, 2013 PT Praia Fluvial do Tabuão / Paredes de Coura 2013
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::Calexico, Lincoln Hall (w The Dodos)
Casa de Calexico U.S.A.
2509 N. Campbell Ave., #335
Tucson, AZ 85719
[[email protected]]
General Inquiries:
Red Light Management
Jason Colton & Kate Landau
[[email protected]]
Licensing (Film/TV/Online):
Please direct any Calexico licensing inquiries to all four contacts listed below:
Ed Roche [[email protected]]
Touch & Go [[email protected]]
Pamela Lillig [[email protected]]
Hector Martinez [[email protected]]
North America: Hilary Okun [[email protected]] & Michele Stephens [[email protected]]
Europe: Severin Most [[email protected]]
North America: Billions
Ali Hedrick [[email protected]]
Europe: Konzertagentur Berthold Seliger
[[email protected]]
North America: Anti- Records
Europe: City Slang Records
Australia: Spunk Records
Archivist: Jim Blackwood
Spoke (1996)
The Black Light (1998)
Hot Rail (2000)
Feast of Wire (2003)
Garden Ruin (2006)
Carried to Dust (2008)
Circo (Soundtrack) (2010)
The Guard (Soundtrack) (2011)
Algiers (2012)
Tour only and miscellaneous albums:
98–99 Road Map (1999), tour CD
Travelall (2000), tour CD
Tête à Tête (2001), side project as ABBC with Amor Belhom Duo
Aerocalexico (2001), tour CD
Scraping (2002), live
The Book And The Canal (2005), tour CD
Tool Box (2007), tour CD
Festin D'Aden * Elysee Montmartre, Paris * March 08, 2001 (2008), 2xCDr limited to 50 copies
Ancienne Belgique – Live in Brussels 2008 (2009), tour CD
Spiritoso (2013), live vinyl (Record Store Day release)
Descamino (2000)
Ballad Of Cable Hogue (2000)
Even My Sure Things Fall Through (2001)
Clothes Of Sand / New Partner (2001), 7″ split single with The Frames
Convict Pool (2004)
Live In The KFJC Pit (2004), 7″ split single with Camper Van Beethoven
Black Heart (2004)
In the Reins (2005), with Iron & Wine
The Guns of Brixton / Interior of a Dutch House (2006), 7″ split single with Beirut
Maybe On Monday (2013)
World Drifts In: Live at the Barbican (2004)
Live From Austin TX (Austin City Limits) (2009)
Selections From Road Atlas: 1988-2011 (2011)
Compilation contributions:
Committed Soundtrack (2000)
It's a Cool, Cool Christmas – "Gift Xchange" (2000), a charity compilation by Xfm
All Tomorrow's Parties 1.0 - "Piker Sam" (2001)
Nothing Left to Lose: A Tribute to Kris Kristofferson – "Casey's Last Ride" (2003)
Dead Man's Shoes :"Untitled II" "Untitled III" "Ritual Road Map""Crooked Road and the Briar" - Soundtrack (2004)
Por Vida: A Tribute To The Songs Of Alejandro Escovedo - "Wave" (2004)
Music From The Film "Happy Endings" - "Glimpse" and "Old Man Waltz" (2005)
Sweetheart 2005: Love Songs – "Love Will Tear Us Apart" (2005), Hear Music
Acoustic 07 – "Cruel" (2007), V2 Records
I'm Not There: Original Soundtrack – "Goin' to Acapulco" (2007) The band also provide backing for other artists on several tracks.
Lammbock: Original Soundtrack
El Alpinista De Los Sueños - Tributo A Antonio Vega - "Mi Hogar En Cualquier Sitio" (2010)
Luz de Vida – "Absent Afternoon" (2011)
Two Lone Swordsmen - "Tiny Reminder No3 (Calexico Remix)" on Two Lone Swordsmen's EP "Further Reminders" (2001)
Goldfrapp – "Human" (Calexico Vocal Version) on Goldfrapp's EP "Human"(2001)
ISO68 – "Stoppages Est Plus (Calexico Remix)" on ISO68's EP "Here / There Played By" (2003)
On Jean-Louis Murat's album Mustango (1999)
On Françoiz Breut's album Vingt à Trente Mille Jours (2000)
On Neko Case's album Blacklisted (2002)
On Jenny Toomey's album Tempting (2002), a collection of songs by Franklin Bruno
On Nancy Sinatra's album Nancy Sinatra (a.k.a. To Nancy With Love) (2004)
"Don't Leave Me Now" on Amparanoia's album Rebeldia Con Alegria (2004)
On Los Super Seven's album Heard It on the X (2005)
Esa Banda En Dub – with Nortec Collective's Panoptica included in Tijuana Sessions Vol. 3 (2005)
On Françoiz Breut's album Une Saison Volée (2005)
You Can't Always Listen to Hausmusik, But... (2006) – "Careless" (with The Notwist) and "Freunde" (with A Million Mercies)
On Neko Case's album Fox Confessor Brings the Flood (2006)
"Amor Porteño" on Gotan Project's album Lunático (2006)
On Marianne Dissard's album "Dedicated To Your Walls. May They Keep Blooming" (2006), performed and composed by Joey Burns.
On Naïm Amor's album Sanguine (2007)
On Marianne Dissard's album "L'Entredeux" (2008), performed, produced and composed by Joey Burns. Also, with John Convertino on drums.
On Lizz Wright's album The Orchard (2008)
On Naïm Amor's EP Introducing... (2008)
On Depedro's album Depedro (2008)
On Neko Case's album Middle Cyclone (2009)
On Naïm Amor's EP Precious Second (2009)
On Depedro's album On Tour (2009)
On Susie Hug's album Tucson Moonshine (2010)
On Amparo Sánchez's album Tucson-Habana (2010)
On Depedro's album Nubes De Papel (2010)
On Maggie Björklund's album Coming Home (2011)
Chart positions:
Hot Rail – 2000 – UK No. 57
Feast of Wire – 2003 – No. 23 Independent Albums, No. 45 Heatseekers, UK No. 71
In the Reins – 2005 – No. 135 Billboard 200, No. 12 Independent Albums, UK No. 161
Garden Ruin – 2006 – No. 156 Billboard 200, No. 14 Independent Albums, No. 3 Heatseekers, UK No. 76
Carried To Dust – 2008 – No. 98 Billboard 200, No. 9 Independent Albums, No. 28 European Albums, UK No. 55

 © Photo credit: Dennis Kleiman

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