New tune and a mystery from Pete Yorn: "Shampoo"
Pete Yorn posted a new song to his MySpace page a week or two ago called "Shampoo" and I've been neglecting my Official Ambassador of Yorn duties in passing along the good news (I hope they don't, uh, fire me).
This track revisits some of the fantastic male/female harmonies (it's what made "The Man" the jam of my summer last year) with a vocalist that I swear I know. Who is that singing along with him? It's driving me a bit nuts trying to place her voice.
Of this delightful new confection, Pete said, “[There's a] batch that is ten songs that I'm just putting together that is kind of a concept record, based on a character from a movie that I like a lot. There's a character called George Roundie that Warren Beatty played in a film called Shampoo and all the songs seem to relate to his life or the character's life. And so it's a soundtrack, I made my own soundtrack to that movie I guess. I'll put that out at a later date.”
Shampoo - Pete Yorn
I've gotten the following three bits of information about this song from a source quite close to Sir Yorn. He says:
a little more info. i will give you three items on which to chew:
1. the "george roundy" concept album went away.
2. the song "shampoo" is part of a completely different concept album which does exist and is finished.
3. there may or may not be more tantalizing information regarding this project but i am not at liberty to disperse it.
More tantalizing information. How mysterious. I can't wait.
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