Secret Part Of Me - The Nylons - Live To Love (Cassette, Album)
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Live To Love on Discogs. Label: Scotti Bros. Records - • Format: CD Album • Country: US • 5/5(2). Nov 06, · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Secret Part Of Me · The Nylons Live To Love ℗ Volcano Entertainment, III, L.L.C. Arranger, Composer, Lyricist, Producer: Peter Mann Composer. The Nylons - Listen to The Nylons on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and .
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And I'm happy to do it, that is not at all a complaint. I love touring, and I do it because I love it. It's terrifying to think that maybe there might not be touring anymore. They say that there will be but I don't know. Every single person that I talk to, and these are musician peers, they are all just like, I don't even know what's happening.
That's what they keep saying. We're just all gonna We all go away and inundate the market once again all at the same time? That's not gonna work. I think everyone is just trying to figure out what we can do to change the model because I think the existing one is already looking pretty flimsy for the future.
They can buy records, they can order vinyl, they can buy digital copies of the album on band camp. Whatever website they have access to, they can buy the records, they can buy merch. Every artist I know has an online merch store. Are they paying for it? We all know that people value it. It's not a question of value.
It's a question of, do you value it enough to pay for it? Support Torres by becoming a patron. The idea of being an independent artist has been glamorized through the media, and fueled by labels, as soon as the industry discovered that it would be the next marketing tool to launch their new partially signed artists. Yet, what insinuations results in, is a trend of artists going independent for real, and crossing a desert with incapable vehicles and skill sets.
Part of what makes music special to me, is the excess noise, literal and metaphorical, that enhanced the signal, the thing we were meant to be listening to. I remember playing a Nirvana record for the very first time, hearing the crackles through the speakers was a warm blanket for my teenage depression. Remembering a record by heart has become a vague memory. Then you have these huge players with algorithms that are preliminarily about controlling and eliminating excess noise.
In a metaphorical and literal sense, digital technology Album) eliminated the crackles and pops in your vinyl. Streaming has provided so many opportunities yet stripped music of context, paired it back to being just about the song and the moment. The real difference is a world enriched by noise and a world that strives towards signal only.
Noise is the context of life. Without noise, the signal becomes meaningless. Without meaning, the work becomes meaningless. In my personal experience, I would say to listeners, try to break out of the algorithms and explore through platforms and blogs, search terms you would not regularly use even in times of hardship when we often hold on to what we know.
Secret Part Of Me - The Nylons - Live To Love (Cassette Sevdaliza on Instagram. Like many people in the world, we got attacked [by] economic situations like canceling concerts until April and RAAI is at home instead of going to school Yesterday we sent an airmail to a supporter from the States, our original cassette album called Shikoku. Shikoku is most unknown of the four big islands in Japan. But the island still has ancient natures a lot. We recorded ambiences inside Buddhist temples and the bell sounds of each temples, and stacked layers of sound Album) make 9 pieces of music-concrete.
The album was made for whom wanted to be on the pilgrim road in Shikoku but cannot do it, right now. The whole pilgrimage needs about one and half months by walk for a healthy people, and you will need quite a lot money for spending time in unknown places. People made small statues of miniature from the temples on small mountains, or brought some grounds from a building in a temple, or just make some small roads for weak or poor people.
We did it with sounds for people all over the world. We just wanted to give all people as a sound gift. You can download it for free on our Bandcamp siteand if you like cassette, we have limited numbers of double cassette released. The sounds can calm you, until we release the new album, Nomadvia Beyond Beyond is Beyond. Follow Tengger on Instagram.
Isaac deBroux-Slone : " Two of our other bandmates, Shannon and Logan, both had to quit their jobs because of the touring schedule and now that's not happening so they have to find new jobs. Few songs capture the ache of part-time love like this aching ballad, another Muscle Shoals triumph and the one that turned Carter from a failed bluesman into a soul powerhouse. The way he wails on the line "What would I give?
Country-pop star Juice Newton had such success with her revamped version in that not a lot of folks even remember the original, which was almost as big a hit. Rush's tremulous delivery reveals just how much women put on the line back in —risking not just their heart but their social standing—by being the Other Woman. The sadly underrated Covay was adept at blues, soul, and something he called "country funk," and this Album) top 40 hit of his contains elements of all those styles.
A sort of companion piece to Johnnie Taylor's "Who's Making Love," it shows in painful detail how cheating on someone else can backfire on the cheater, trapping them in a double bind of awful secrets. The demands of family, career, and relationships can make holding down multiple relationships very difficult indeed—and even more so when one of those relationships covers up a lie about the other.
Bell is most famous for the aching regret of "You Don't Miss Your Water," which can be played as the sequel to this proto-disco classic. A clarion call for a newfound era of sexual permissiveness, the big solo hit for this member of Buffalo Springfield and Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young made quite an impression.
The song was later covered by a legion of artists who seemed to agree that living for the moment, despite your commitments, could be exhilarating. Stills got the title phrase from a remark made by musician Billy Preston. This song is perhaps the king of all cheating tunes, if only because Ingram goes into so much detail about what's at stake. Apparently, even the families and friends of these two know what's going on, which makes the silky, slow soul of this number a deliciously ticking time bomb.
The Nylons: Live In Tokyo and more.. Of all the contemporary a cappella groups The Nylons have always put on one of the best shows, in great part because of their background in live theater. So this DVD of a historic concert shot in Japan in is a real treat and a must for all Nylons . Jun 02, · * Secret Service - Selected Album & Single Versions - Vinyl * * Support The Artists & The Music Industry * Buy The Music * Tracklist: Secret Service - - Ten O'clock Postman - Album Version. With newcomer Billy Newton Davis, LIVE TO LOVE was released in ' "Don't Look Any Further" was the first single, but some critics observed the chemistry just wasn't the same and the label didn't give the album much of a push either. Other noteable tracks included the Prince song "Little Red Corvette," as well as several original compositions.
Rhythm of Love is the third studio album to be recorded by Australian singer Kylie Minogue; it was released in the United Kingdom on 12 November by Pete Waterman Entertainment (PWE) and in Australia on 3 December by Mushroom arenhatdypenni.pleadincarcurecudicnervlogribotu.co-establishing her music career, Minogue started to become more involved in the creating and arranging of the album.
Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings ; Secret Love: BNA My Heart: BNA I Finally Found Someone: Image Entertainment What Part of No: Rex Two People in Love: CBUJ Distribution Making Love for the First Time: CBUJ Distribution. Rhythm of Love is the third studio album to be recorded by Australian singer Kylie Minogue; it was released in the United Kingdom on 12 November by Pete Waterman Entertainment (PWE) and in Australia on 3 December by Mushroom arenhatdypenni.pleadincarcurecudicnervlogribotu.co-establishing her music career, Minogue started to become more involved in the creating and arranging of the album.
Jan 29, · I wasn’t really aware of their music until Phil Collins became their singer and Jean-Luc Ponty, who I was working with at the time, gave me a cassette of their album .
Jan 29, · I wasn’t really aware of their music until Phil Collins became their singer and Jean-Luc Ponty, who I was working with at the time, gave me a cassette of their album . The Nylons is the debut album from the Canadian a cappella quartet The Nylons released on Attic arenhatdypenni.pleadincarcurecudicnervlogribotu.co platinum-selling album contains their cover version of "The Lion Sleeps Tonight", and other hit songs as well as the group members' own arenhatdypenni.pleadincarcurecudicnervlogribotu.co members were Marc Connors (tenor), Claude Morrison (tenor), Paul Cooper (baritone) and Arnold .
The Nylons is the debut album from the Canadian a cappella quartet The Nylons released on Attic arenhatdypenni.pleadincarcurecudicnervlogribotu.co platinum-selling album contains their cover version of "The Lion Sleeps Tonight", and other hit songs as well as the group members' own arenhatdypenni.pleadincarcurecudicnervlogribotu.co members were Marc Connors (tenor), Claude Morrison (tenor), Paul Cooper (baritone) and Arnold .
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