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BadBadNotGood - IV mp3
Interprète: BadBadNotGood
Titre: IV
Publié sur: 08 Jul 2016
Label: Innovative Leisure Records
Pays: US
Style: Downtempo
Catalogue #: IL 2034
Genre: Electronique / Jazz
Classement: 4.7
Votes: 358
Formats: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Club Edition, Magenta Transparent
Taille du MP3: 2016 mb


1And That, Too.
Bass Guitar – Chester HansenBass Guitar, Piano, Synthesizer [CS60], Drum Machine – Matty TavaresDrums, Percussion – Alex SowinskiSynthesizer [CS60], Vibraphone, Flute, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Leland Whitty
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Leland WhittyDrums, Percussion – Alex SowinskiPercussion, Synthesizer [CS60] – KaytranadaSynthesizer [Auxillary] – Matty TavaresSynthesizer [CS60], Bass Guitar, Organ [Yamaha] – Chester Hansen
3Time Moves Slow
Bass Guitar – Chester HansenDrums – Alex SowinskiElectric Piano [Crumar] – Matty TavaresGuitar – Leland WhittyVocals – Sam Herring
Bass Guitar – Chester HansenDrums, Percussion – Alex SowinskiPiano – Matty TavaresTrumpet, Bones – Tom MoffettViolin, Flute, Tenor Saxophone – Leland Whitty
5In Your Eyes
Bass Guitar – Chester HansenDrums, Vibraphone – Alex SowinskiGuitar, Violin, Acoustic Guitar, Flute – Leland WhittyPiano [Rhodes], Electric Piano [Crumar] – Matty TavaresVocals – Charlotte Day Wilson
6Structure No. 3
Acoustic Bass – Chester HansenDrums – Alex SowinskiOther [F#] – Leland WhittyPiano [Rhodes], Synthesizer [CS60] – Matty Tavares
7Speaking Gently
Bass, Electric Piano [Crumar], Piano – Chester HansenDrums – Alex SowinskiSynthesizer [Poly Six], Piano [Rhodes] – Matty TavaresTenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Flute – Leland Whitty
Bass Guitar – Chester HansenDrums – Alex SowinskiPiano – Matty TavaresTenor Saxophone – Leland Whitty
9Confessions Pt. II
Bass Guitar, Synthesizer [CS60] – Chester HansenBass, Tenor Saxophone – Colin StetsonDrums, Percussion – Alex SowinskiPiano – Matty TavaresTenor Saxophone – Leland aWhitty
10Hyssop of Love
Bass Guitar, Synthesizer [CS60] – Chester HansenDrums – Alex SowinskiElectric Guitar – Leland WhittyPiano [Rhodes] – Matty TavaresVocals – Mick Jenkins
11Chompy's Paradise
Drums, Percussion – Alex SowinskiSynthesizer [CS60 Slides], Bass Guitar – Chester HansenSynthesizer [Juno 60] – Matty TavaresTenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Flute – Leland Whitty


  • Arranged By [Tambourine]Matthew Washington
  • Design [Back Cover]Benny Jetts
  • Engineer, Mixed ByMatty Tavares
  • Mastered ByJoão Carvalho
  • Mixed ByStephen Koszler
  • Other [Non-Spiritual Advisor] – Bill Sowinski, Matt "Loose Change" Langille
  • Other [Spiritual Advisor] – Adam "Diesel" Feeney, Jerry Paper
  • Photography ByBrent Goldsmith, C. Olthuis
  • Producer, Written-By, Arranged ByA. Sowinski, Charlotte Day Wilson (tracks: D1), C. Hansen, Colin Stetson (tracks: B1), Jayson Jenkins (tracks: C2), L. Whitty, Kevein Celestin (tracks: B2), M. Tavares, Sam Herring
  • Written-By, ProducerBadBadNotGood


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
IL 2034BadBadNotGood IV ‎(CD, Album)Innovative Leisure RecordsIL 2034US2016
IL 2034BadBadNotGood IV ‎(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320)Innovative Leisure RecordsIL 2034US2016
BRIL-2034BadBadNotGood IV ‎(CD, Album)Beat RecordsBRIL-2034Japan2016
IL 2034BadBadNotGood IV ‎(2xLP, Album)Innovative Leisure RecordsIL 2034US2016
IL 2034BadBadNotGood IV ‎(Cass, Album)Innovative Leisure RecordsIL 2034US2016


Vinyl Me, Please record of the month for July 2016

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  • Barcode: 810874021557
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A [Stamped]): 142879E1/B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B [Stamped]): 142879E2/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C [Stamped]): 142879E3/C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D [Stamped]): 142879E4/D


  • Copyright (c) – Innovative Leisure Records
  • Recorded At – Studio 69
  • Exclusive Retailer – Vinyl Me, Please
  • Pressed By – GZ Media – 142879E



IV is the fourth studio album from Canadian jazz instrumental hip hop band BadBadNotGood. It was released on July 8, 2016. It features collaborations with Future Islands frontman Sam Herring, saxophonist Colin Stetson, Haitian-Canadian musician Kaytranada, American hip hop artist Mick Jenkins, and Canadian singer-songwriter Charlotte Day Wilson. It is also the band's first album to feature longtime touring partner and collaborator Leland Whitty as a formal member of the band. BADBADNOTGOOD perform tracks from their album IV for CBC Music's First Play Live. Mixing jazz, hip-hop, and pop, their music breaks boundaries and sets - Badbadnotgood. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Listen free to BADBADNOTGOOD IV And That, Too. Speaking Gently and more. 11 tracks 49:58. It features collaborations with Sam Herring, Colin Stetson, Kaytranada, Mick Jenkins, and Charlotte Day Wilson. It is also the first album that features Leland Whitty as a permanent band member. BADBADNOTGOOD - IV 2016. To favorites 3 Download album. Listen album. Jazzy Hip-Hop. Songs in album BADBADNOTGOOD - IV 2016. BADBADNOTGOOD - Speaking Gently. BADBADNOTGOOD - And That, Too. BADBADNOTGOOD - Time Moves Slow Feat. Sam Herring. BADBADNOTGOOD - Confessions Pt II Feat. Colin Stetson. BADBADNOTGOOD - Lavender Feat. BADBADNOTGOOD - Chompy's Paradise. BADBADNOTGOOD - IV. Management: matt. Booking: CANADA furman EUROPE julesdelattre USA josh. IV by BADBADNOTGOOD, released 08 July 2016 1. And That, Too. Speaking Gently 3. Time Moves Slow Feat. Sam Herring 4. Confessions Pt II Feat. Colin Stetson 5. Lavender Feat. IV continues their forward thinking progression, sounding something like a jam session in space between Can, John Coltrane, Herbie Hancock's Headhunters, Weather Report, Arthur Russell & MF DOOM. With tracks like Time Moves Slow featuring haunting vocals from Sam Herring of Future Islands, the syncopated groove of Lavender, a collaboration with Montreal based producer Kaytranada, the rumbling fusion build of Confessions Pt. Album 2016 11 Songs. 2016 Innovative Leisure. More By BADBADNOTGOOD. Late Night Tales: BADBADNOTGOOD. Sour Soul Instrumentals. Mackenzie Herd of Exclaim praised the album, stating, Each song possesses rhythmic and melodically intricate properties that sound somehow both rehearsed and spontaneous. So, while IV is extraordinary for delivering fresh music that elaborates on their past work, it feels particularly exceptional because of its forward momentum

really happy with this copy - snagged it at a non-VMP price from offbeat ventures themselves, haha. super clean sounding, every instrument is well-grounded into the mix
Pretty happy with my copy. If I didn't get this album through VMP I definitely would have tried to have purchased at some point in time on standard black vinyl. IV is a really nice record to sit and listen to - especially at night.The jacket for my copy wasn't tight at all so I'm not sure what happened there. Only problem is there are some consistent pops during the first 30 seconds of In Your Eyes (D1) but its not really worth asking VMP for a new copy for.
Time Moves Slow ..........SH slickness on the Mic....(T E N M OR E........
Mine came with the spindle hole so tight could not go on. I had to get a new one sent.
dude, just swivel a flathead screwdriver maybe 1/4-1/2way around inside the hole and it'll be perfect.
Mine is exactly the same. I have to sit for 2 minutes carefully lifting it from the spindle.
you just needed to slightly shave off the inside part of the spindle with the edge of knife.. not a big deal
Great record, but holy shit...the jacket for this record (much like last month's Well Fargo album) is incredibly tough to put the record back in. Anyone else have any issues with these at all? I'm almost afraid I'm going to tear the sleeve wide open trying to fight in the vinyl in.
Yup, I have the same problem and mine is the original pressing, not the "Vinyl Me Please" one!
Yeah, that Wells Fargo one is insanely tight. The BadBadNotGood record was a little easier when it had a little shelf live in my Kallax next to my other records, but the Wells Fargo jacket is still a pain!
Golden freddi
Huh, that's really strange, I don't have that issue at all... In fact I laughed at how strangely large the jacket sleeves seem. They puff out oddly on my copy.
Yeah, both mine were very tight, especially Wells Fargo one. Cannot comment on others, as those were the first two orders I received from VMP.
So mine came with an unmarked, white label 7". Haven't had a chance to listen to it, but am I the only one? Anyone know what it is? I'm not super familiar with BBNG's discography so I probably couldn't recognize it even if I heard it.
Yes. You are the only one. Please keep it a secret and do not sell it. It's just for you.
Got one of these as well. It was a nice surprise since I've been an on and off again member.
I'm jeleous. I've been a VMP member for a bit now and never received one of those unmarked ones. Interested to know how they pick the tracks and what thier angle is with it.
paulbtucker I'll see if I can remember the forum and link it here in a follow up comment. They have been doing this since November '15. http://forum.vinylmeplease.com/index.php?tags/secret-7/
I got the unlabeled 7" as well. I read on another forum this has been an experiment that VMP is doing. I am not sure to what effect. The 7" is not associated with the record of the month, as far as I can tell from listening to it (I have heard all of BBNG's previous releases) and from the other forum. Although pure speculation, I would guess the 7" is intended to expand the club member's horizon. By giving you a couple songs for free without any precondition to the genre or artist, you listen more actively In a sense this is the purpose of the club format, but as time has gone on VMP has reduced that focus. First, they opened the store which requires the explicit member choice, and now you can swap your monthly record for another. Maybe they are trying to get back to that root focus on exploration in some way. I'll see if I can remember the forum and link it here in a follow up comment.
I am interested in buying the 7" single if someone doesn't want.
Pretty common for them to do that. Best record club around. http://forum.vinylmeplease.com/index.php?threads/july-16-secret-7.3665/
I got a copy of Tourist a few months back. I think it's great that they do that. You're meant to figure out what the artist is. They do that to generate buzz for a potential upcoming release. If you check out the VMP Forums, people usually post about the 7" each month. First person to call out the artist usually get a prize or something like that.
Wow really?! Do you have any way you can rip the audio and post it somewhere?
I got one as well and spun it. It was something that I was definitely not familiar with, so I asked Siri what songs were on it. One of the songs came out to be "A Minor Life" by Sir Was, but the other side could not be recognized. I would assume that it was another tune by Sir Was.
It's a VMP secret 7". Only about 3000 are included in monthly shipments. pretty rare find. once the artist and song titles have been determined it should be listed as a separate release. see this example: https://www.discogs.com/Minor-Victories-Untitled/release/8633361
Ah. Yeah I listened to it today and it sounds like kevin parker over some electronic instrumentals. I emailed them, I'm curious as to what it is. Is there any sort of way to figure it out besides emailing them? Kind of a shitty promotional item if it doesn't even list who made the songs imo
This is something VMP likes to do from time to time. I doubt it's a BBNG song. They use this as a kind of promotion tool for small bands they like or might have agreements with. Last one I got was a single from Whitney.
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