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Versions

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Avalanche (Slow)
Artist: Zola Jesus, JG Thirlwell & Mivos Quartet
4:56
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Fall Back
Artist: Zola Jesus, JG Thirlwell & Mivos Quartet
4:27
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Hikikomori
Artist: Zola Jesus, JG Thirlwell & Mivos Quartet
3:43
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Run Me Out
Artist: Zola Jesus, JG Thirlwell & Mivos Quartet
3:43
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Seekir
Artist: Zola Jesus, JG Thirlwell & Mivos Quartet
3:32
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Sea Talk
Artist: Zola Jesus, JG Thirlwell & Mivos Quartet
5:02
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Night
Artist: Zola Jesus, JG Thirlwell & Mivos Quartet
3:25
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In Your Nature
Artist: Zola Jesus, JG Thirlwell & Mivos Quartet
3:24
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Collapse
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 36:19

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Andy Battaglia

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Andy Battaglia writes about music and culture of various other kinds from a home base in New York. His work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the Wire, t...more »

08.20.13
Zola Jesus and JG Thirlwell featuring Mivos Quartet, Versions
2013 | Label: Sacred Bones Records / S.C. Distribution

On her 2011 album Conatus, Zola Jesus’s goth-pop proclivities suggested a liking for the new-wave moods of Kate Bush. It’s a short distance from there to classical ornamentation, and she traverses it on Versions, a collection of orchestrated reworkings of songs made in the service of a performance at the Guggenheim Museum in New York. With arrangements written by JG Thirlwell, a veteran polymath with roots in the industrial band Foetus who has recently done… read more »

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