Edward sharpe and the magnetic zeros remember to remember

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Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros- Remember to Remember (2013)

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Ask Edward Sharpe , and he'll tell you: all you need is love, and-- you got it-- love is all you need. Radiating positivity from every pore, Sharpe's looking to melt cynicism, to stick a daisy in your gunbarrel, to turn that frown upside down. The onetime Imarobot frontman's transformation from dance-punker Alex Ebert to vibe-peddler Edward Sharpe has taken him well past the point of no return. Where the group's debut, Up From Below , sounds like a tentative first step toward guru status, everything since that shaky debut suggests Sharpe plans to don those flowing robes for the duration. And though the generously applied harmonies still sound straight outta California, everything else seems to be gunning for a kind of Beatlesy universality: were it not for names like "Let's Get High" or lyrics about jackin' it to Miriam Makeba no, really , you could teach these songs to a class of kindergarteners. But you know how they always let Ringo sing the easy ones? The ones that they actually do teach to kindergarteners?

We ride the tides The waters wide so wild Calm the troubled water Hear the angels singin' all night, and all day You hear them say Glory hallelujah Lay your burden down Your time is now Turn around.
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