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Dream of You (Sharon Corr album)

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Dream of You (Sharon Corr album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Dream of You is the debut solo album by Sharon Corr, who found success earlier with her siblings in The Corrs. The album was released on 10 September 2010 in Ireland and 13 September 2010 in the United Kingdom.[2] Background The first single, "It's Not a Dream", was released a year earlier on 28 August 2009 and peaked at No. 29 on the Irish Singles Chart. On 6 September 2010, Corr's cover of The Korgis song "Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime" was released as the second single. The album cover art and track listing was revealed on 30 July 2010 through Sharon Corr's official website.[3] A third single, "So Long Ago", was released to radio in December 2010. To promote the album, Corr embarked on the Dream of You Tour in August 2011. The album was digitally re-released with two bonus tracks, including the promotional radio single "Over It", on 26 July to coincide with this. Another bonus track, "Someone Else's Lover", was made available from th

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The Dream Weaver

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The Dream Weaver

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [1] Christgau's Record Guide C[2] The Dream Weaver is a solo album by Gary Wright released in July 1975. The album was said by Wright to be the first-ever all-keyboard album (though there were many all-synthesizer LPs before this, including Switched-On Bach by Wendy Carlos, in 1968), but in fact it also features drums, vocals, and guitar, among other instruments. The performers include David Foster, Bobby Lyle, and Wright himself on keyboards, and Jim Keltner and Andy Newmark on drums. The track "Power of Love" featured Wright's Warner Bros. labelmate Ronnie Montrose on electric guitar. The album's success was a slow but steady accomplishment as the album eventually peaked at number 7 on Billboard Top LPs & Tape chart in the spring of 1976. The album's "title cut" (unlike the album, the song omits the article "The") and "Love Is Alive" both peaked at number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. Track listing All songs written by Ga

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The Dreamer (Blake Shelton album)

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The Dreamer (Blake Shelton album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] The Dreamer is the second studio album released by American country music artist Blake Shelton. Released in 2003 on Warner Bros. Records Nashville, it features the Number One single "The Baby," as well as the singles "Heavy Liftin'" and "Playboys of the Southwestern World". The Dreamer is certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America and features staff writers on all but one track. Content "The Baby" was the first single from the album. This song spent three weeks at Number One on the Billboard country charts in early 2003, becoming Shelton's second Number One hit. Unlike with his debut album, the second and third singles from The Dreamer did not peak as highly: "Heavy Liftin'" peaked at number 32, and "Playboys of the Southwestern World" at number 24. "Georgia in a Jug" was previously recorded by Johnny Paycheck on his 1978 album Take This Job and Shove It, and his version was a number 20 country hit that year. "In My H

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Dreamin' (album)

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Dreamin' (album)

Dreamin' is the second studio album by Liverpool Express, released in March 1978, in South America only. The album features the band's hit single, "Dreamin'. Other popular song's from this album are: "So Here I Go Again"; "Margie"; "Last Train Home"; and "Songbird, Sing Your Song". The album was released on CD for the first time in 2017 along with "Tracks" and "L.E.X.". Each CD was presented in a boxset with a booklet detailing the band's history. Track listing Side one "Low Profile" (Roger Scott Craig, Billy Kinsley, Tony Coates, Derek Cashin) "So Here I Go Again" (Billy Kinsley) "Last Train Home" (Billy Kinsley) "Margie" (Billy Kinsley) "Songbird, Sing Your Song" (Roger Scott Craig) Side two "Little Plum's Last Stand" (Roger Scott Craig, Billy Kinsley, Tony Coates, Derek Cashin) "Mary & Ann" (Roger Scott Craig) "Dreamin'" (Roger Scott Craig, Billy Kinsley) "All Time Loser" (Roger Scott Craig, Billy Kinsley, Tony Coates, Derek Cashin) "Don't Give Up Your Day Job" (Billy Kinsley) Personn

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The Dreamer/The Believer

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The Dreamer/The Believer

The Dreamer/The Believer is the ninth studio album by American rapper Common. It was released in the UK on December 19, 2011 and in the US on December 20 through Warner Bros. Records alongside Common's newly launched Think Common Music Inc. Common's longtime friend and frequent collaborator No I.D. handled the album's production entirely himself.[2] Background Recording sessions for the album began in 2009, and was originally due for a spring release, but was not completed because Common wanted to concentrate on acting. The album was scheduled for an April 2011 release, but was pushed back to late 2011. The first single was "Ghetto Dreams" featuring Nas. The music video was Directed by Matt Alonzo and Executive Produced by Leah Harmony. It was released on iTunes July 6, 2011.[3] In preparation for the album's release, Common spoke with The BoomBox about how the LP was taking shape and that he and No I.D. were crafting the album in a more positive direction:[4] "It's going to be positive hip-hop. Hip-hop tha

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Dreamland (Aztec Camera album)

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Dreamland (Aztec Camera album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [1] Rolling Stone [2] Dreamland is a studio album by the alternative rock band Aztec Camera, released in 1993.[3][4] Track listing All songs written by Roddy Frame. "Birds" – 4:56 "Safe in Sorrow" – 4:56 "Black Lucia" – 4:00 "Let Your Love Decide" – 5:03 "Spanish Horses" – 4:35 "Dream Sweet Dreams" – 3:27 "Pianos and Clocks" – 4:53 "Sister Ann" – 5:13 "Vertigo" – 4:54 "Valium Summer" – 5:54 "The Belle of the Ball" – 3:24 Personnel Roddy Frame – vocals, guitar, keyboards Ryuichi Sakamoto Rosie Ania Victor Bailey Steve Bernstein Barry Finclair Romero Lubambo Sylvia Mason-James David Palmer Paul Powell Gary Sanctuary Vivian Saunders Steve Sidelnyk Gary Tibbs Naná Vasconcelos References AllMusic review Rolling Stone review "AllMusic:Dreamland – Aztec Camera". Macrovision Corporation. 2009. Retrieved 14 July 2009. "Aztec Camera – Dreamland". Discogs. Retrieved 14 July 2009.

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Drones (Muse album)

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Drones (Muse album)

Drones is the seventh studio album by English rock band Muse, released on 5 June 2015 by Helium-3 and Warner Bros. Records. After their previous albums incorporated orchestral and electronic music, Muse aimed to return to a more straightforward rock sound. The album was recorded between October 2014 and April 2015 at the Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, and was produced by the band and Robert John "Mutt" Lange. Drones is a concept album following a soldier's abandonment, indoctrination as a "human drone", and eventual defection. In support of its release, the band embarked on the Drones World Tour from 2015 to 2016. Drones received mixed reviews from critics, who praised its instrumentation but criticised its concept and lyrics. It topped 21 international charts, including the UK Albums Chart (where it became Muse's fifth consecutive number-one album) and the US Billboard 200. It sold over a million copies worldwide in 2015, making it the year's 19th-bestselling album. At the 58th Annual Grammy Awards, it won

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Dreamland (Yellowjackets album)

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Dreamland (Yellowjackets album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Dreamland is an album by the American jazz group Yellowjackets, released in 1995. The album reached a peak position of number twelve on Billboard's Top Contemporary Jazz Albums chart.[2] Track listing No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. "The Chosen" Russell Ferrante, Jimmy Haslip 4:59 2. "Blacktop" Ferrante, Haslip, Bob Mintzer 5:02 3. "Summer Song" Ferrante, Haslip 6:35 4. "Small Town" Ferrante, Haslip 6:31 5. "A Walk in the Park" Mintzer 5:21 6. "Turn in Time" Ferrante, Haslip 5:05 7. "Father Time" Mintzer 4:39 8. "New Lullaby" (for Gabriela) Haslip, Ferrante 4:34 9. "Dreamland" William Kennedy, Haslip, Ferrante 5:42 10. "Take My Hand" Kennedy, Ferrante 4:31 Personnel Russell Ferrante - keyboards Jimmy Haslip - basses and vocals Will Kennedy - drums Bob Mintzer - soprano and tenor saxophone, bass clarinet and EWI Chuck Findley - trumpet (on tracks 1 & 7), trumpet and trombone (on track 5) Luis Con

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Dreamtime (Tom Verlaine album)

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Dreamtime (Tom Verlaine album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [1] Christgau's Record Guide A−[2] Record Collector [3] Rolling Stone [4] The Rolling Stone Album Guide [5] Spin Alternative Record Guide 8/10[6] Dreamtime is the second solo studio album by American musician Tom Verlaine, originally released in 1981. "Without a Word" is a rewrite of "Hard On Love," an unreleased Television song performed live in 1974 and 1975. The album was reissued in 1994 by Infinite Zero Archive/American Recordings label, with two bonus tracks drawn from the 1981 "Always" 7" & 12" single. It was reissued in 2008 by Collectors' Choice Music with no bonus tracks. Track listing All songs written by Tom Verlaine. Side one "There's a Reason" – 3:39 "Penetration" – 4:01 "Always" – 3:58 "The Blue Robe" – 3:54 "Without a Word" – 3:17 Side two "Mr Blur" – 3:24 "Fragile" – 3:27 "A Future in Noise" – 4:13 "Down on the Farm" – 4:49 "Mary Marie" – 3:25 Bonus tracks (1994 CD reissue) "The Blue Robe" (a

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Duty Now for the Future

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Duty Now for the Future

Duty Now for the Future is the second studio album by American rock band Devo, released in July 1979 by Warner Bros. Records. Produced by Ken Scott, the album was recorded between September 1978 and early 1979 at Chateau Recorders in Hollywood. The majority of the songs on the album had been performed in Devo's live set as early as 1976.[1] Composition The "Devo Corporate Anthem" song and video are a nod to the 1975 film Rollerball, in which games are preceded by players and audience standing solemnly while listening to a regional "corporate hymn."[2] "Secret Agent Man" is a cover (with modified lyrics) of the song by P. F. Sloan and Steve Barri and performed by Johnny Rivers in 1965. An early demo version of "Secret Agent Man" had been featured in Devo's award-winning 1976 short film The Truth About De-Evolution. Production and recording Duty Now for the Future was produced by Ken Scott. Like Brian Eno, who had produced Devo's debut album Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!, Scott had also worked with Dav

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Dusty Drake (album)

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Dusty Drake (album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Country Standard Time [2] Billboard favorable[3] Dusty Drake is the self-titled debut album of American country music artist Dusty Drake. Released in 2003 (see 2003 in country music), it is also his only studio album to be released. The tracks "And Then", "One Last Time", and "Smaller Pieces" were all released as singles, peaking at #57, #26, and #50, respectively, on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts that year.[4] The album itself reached #30 on the Top Country Albums charts, and #22 on Top Heatseekers. "The Hard Way" was covered by John Waite on his 2006 album Downtown: Journey of a Heart. After the release of this album, Drake issued a fourth single for Warner Bros., entitled "I Am the Working Man". This single failed to reach Top 40, however, and Drake was dropped from Warner Bros. in 2004. Although he recorded a second album for Big Machine Records in 2007, it was never released (although its lead-off single "Say Yes" charted i

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E.S.P. (Bee Gees album)

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E.S.P. (Bee Gees album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [1] Los Angeles Times [2] E.S.P. is the seventeenth studio album (fifteenth worldwide) by British group Bee Gees. Released in 1987, it was the band's first studio album in six years, and their first release under their new contract with Warner Bros. It marked the first time in twelve years the band had worked with producer Arif Mardin, and was their first album to be recorded digitally. The album sold well in Europe, reaching No. 5 in the UK, No. 2 in Norway and Austria, and No. 1 in Germany and Switzerland, though it barely made the top 100 in the US. The album's first single, "You Win Again", reached No. 1 in the UK, Ireland, Switzerland, Germany, Austria and Norway. The album cover photographs show the Gibb brothers at Castlerigg stone circle near Keswick in England's Lake District. History With the Bee Gees now back in the Warner-Elektra-Atlantic conglomerate, producer Arif Mardin was once again available to work with them. The Gibb bro

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Eardrum (album)

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Eardrum (album)

Eardrum is the third studio album by American hip hop artist Talib Kweli. The album was released on August 21, 2007, by Blacksmith Records and Warner Bros. Records. The album features guest appearances from Res, Jean Grae, UGK, Raheem DeVaughn, Roy Ayers, Kanye West, Norah Jones, Coi Mattison, Lyfe Jennings, will.i.am, Sa-Ra, KRS-One, Musiq Soulchild, Strong Arm Steady, Sizzla, Justin Timberlake and Marsha Ambrosius. Reception Professional ratings Aggregate scores Source Rating Metacritic (73/100)[1] Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [2] The A.V. Club A−[3] Entertainment Weekly A[4] Now [5] The Observer [6] The Phoenix [7] Pitchfork Media (7.4/10)[8] PopMatters [9] RapReviews [10] Rolling Stone [11] Critical response Eardrum scored 73 out of 100 from Metacritic based on "generally favorable reviews".[1] Some than most reviews are average or mixed: Uncut gave it a score of three stars out of five and said, "Kweli, whose wordy rhymes can often read better than they flow, so

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Earth, Wind & Fire (album)

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Earth, Wind & Fire (album)

Earth, Wind & Fire is the self-titled debut studio album by the band Earth, Wind & Fire, released in February 1971 by Warner Bros. Records.[1] The album got to No. 24 on the Billboard Top Soul Albums chart.[2] Overview The album was produced by Joe Wissert. Hip hop artist Ludacris has also named this LP as one of his five favourite records which he considers forerunners of hip-hop.[1][3] Critical reception Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [4] Village Voice (C+)[5] Rolling Stone (favourable)[6] Billboard (favourable)[7] Detroit Free Press (favourable)[8] Jazz Journal [9] Lester Bangs of Rolling Stone noted a "heavy Sly influence" and the "smooth harmonies" of The Fifth Dimension on the LP".[6] The Village Voices Robert Christgau was ambivalent towards the album's various musical "cross-references", including "the expert vocal harmonies [that] neither fit the concept nor assert any personality of their own", and said that even its successful songs have

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East of Midnight

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East of Midnight

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] East of Midnight is Canadian musician Gordon Lightfoot's 17th original album, released in 1986 on the Warner Bros. Records label. The album reached #165 on the Billboard 200. Lightfoot enlisted keyboardist and producer David Foster on the song "Anything for Love", which reached #13 on the Adult Contemporary chart and #71 on the Country chart. Track listing All compositions by Lightfoot except as indicated. "Stay Loose" – 3:53 "Morning Glory" – 3:24 "East of Midnight" – 3:58 "A Lesson in Love" – 4:05 "Anything for Love" – 3:43 (Lightfoot, David Foster) "Let it Ride" – 3:40 "Ecstasy Made Easy" – 4:05 "You Just Gotta Be" – 3:34 "A Passing Ship" – 3:55 "I'll Tag Along" – 3:08 Personnel Gordon Lightfoot - main vocals, guitar Lenny Castro - percussion Vern Dorge - alto saxophone, tenor saxophone David Foster - synthesizer, keyboards Mike Heffernan - keyboards James Newton Howard - synthesizer, percussion, keyboards She

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East of the Sun, West of the Moon

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East of the Sun, West of the Moon

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [1] East of the Sun, West of the Moon is the fourth studio album by Norwegian new wave band A-ha. It was released on 27 October 1990 by Warner Bros. Records. Named after a Norwegian fairy tale, the album was something of a departure from the band's earlier radio-friendly sound to a darker, moodier tone. It peaked at number one in the band's native Norway and reached top 20 in various European countries and Japan. It was co-produced by Ian Stanley, formerly of the band Tears for Fears. Track listing Side one No. Title Writer(s) Producer Length 1. "Crying in the Rain" Howard Greenfield, Carole King Chris Neil 4:25 2. "Early Morning" Pål Waaktaar, Magne Furuholmen Ian Stanley 2:59 3. "I Call Your Name" P. Waaktaar, Furuholmen Neil 4:54 4. "Slender Frame" P. Waaktaar, Furuholmen Neil 3:42 5. "East of the Sun" P. Waaktaar Stanley 4:47 Side two No. Title Writer(s) Producer Length 6. "Sycamore Leaves" P. Waaktaar Neil 5:22 7.

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Easy Money (album)

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Easy Money (album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Easy Money is the nineteenth studio album of country music artist John Anderson. It was released in 2007 under the Warner Bros. Records label, and was his first album for the label since 1980's self-titled debut album. The album produced the singles: "If Her Lovin' Don't Kill Me" (previously a single in 2002 for Aaron Tippin from his album Stars & Stripes) and "A Woman Knows". Easy Money peaked at 36 for country albums and reached 170 on the United States Billboard 200. Allmusic stated that Anderson pulled the album off "with ease" and that most of the album "feels natural and unforced." The reviewer stated that Anderson "hasn't made a record this good in years...at least [since] the early '90s, possibly the early '80s." The album was produced by John Rich of the duo Big & Rich. Track listing "Easy Money" (John Anderson, Shannon Lawson, James Otto) - 3:43 "A Woman Knows" (Vicky McGehee, John Rich, Julie Roberts) - 3:31 "Fun

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Eat 'Em and Smile

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Eat 'Em and Smile

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [1] Robert Christgau B+[2] Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal 7/10[3] Kerrang! [4] Rolling Stone (favorable)[5] The Rolling Stone Album Guide [6] Eat 'Em and Smile is the debut full-length solo album by original Van Halen vocalist David Lee Roth, released on July 7, 1986. History After releasing Crazy from the Heat, an EP of lounge standards that became a surprise hit during early 1985, and subsequently parting ways with Van Halen while the band was at its commercial zenith, Roth assembled a new backing band: bassist Billy Sheehan (later of Mr. Big); drummer Gregg Bissonette (later of Ringo Starr and Elton John, among others); and guitarist Steve Vai, who had worked previously with Frank Zappa, PiL and Alcatrazz.[5] On Eat 'Em and Smile, Roth returned to a hard rock sound, comparable with that of early Van Halen, albeit featuring eclectic forays into lounge, jazz, and speed metal.[7] Both a critical and commercial success, Rolling

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Echo (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers album)

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Echo (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [1] Encyclopedia of Popular Music [2] Entertainment Weekly A–[3] The Essential Rock Discography 5/10[4] The Harvard Crimson (favorable)[5] The Music Box [6] Rolling Stone [7] USA Today [8] Echo is the tenth studio album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Released in April 1999, the album reached number 10 on the Billboard 200 aided by singles "Free Girl Now," "Swingin'" and "Room at the Top," which hit numbers 5, 17 and 19 respectively on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Tracks in 1999. The album was the band's last collaboration with producer Rick Rubin, and was also the last to feature contributions from longtime bassist/vocalist Howie Epstein, who died of a heroin overdose in 2003. Despite still being a member of the band, Epstein is missing from the album's cover photo because he failed to show up for the photo shoot, and Petty ordered it to commence without him.[9] Echo was certified Gold (500,000 copies sold) by the RIAA in Ju

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El Río (album)

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El Río (album)

El Rio is the third studio album by American country music artist Frankie Ballard. Produced by Marshall Altman, the album was released on June 10, 2016 via Warner Bros. Records.[1] It includes the singles "It All Started with a Beer," "Cigarette," and "You'll Accomp'ny Me." Critical reception Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [2] One Country [3] Rolling Stone (Favorable)[4] Sounds Like Nashville (Favorable)[5] Taste of Country (Favorable)[6] El Rio received overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics, with several ranking it on their lists of best albums of 2016. Rolling Stone, which named the album one of the 25 Best Country & Americana Albums of 2016, noted that "Ballard's third album packs plenty of country-rock punch, with lyrics that reference Guns N' Roses and songs that evoke the rootsy sweep of the American heartland."[4] Taste of Country lauded Ballard's work, including it on their list of 10 best albums of 2016 list, noting that El Rio was "reminisc

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Eldorado (Electric Light Orchestra album)

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Eldorado (Electric Light Orchestra album)

Eldorado (subtitled as A Symphony by the Electric Light Orchestra) is the fourth studio album by the Electric Light Orchestra (ELO). It was released in the United States in September 1974 by United Artists Records and in the United Kingdom in October 1974 by Warner Bros. Records. Concept Eldorado is the first complete ELO concept album; bandleader Jeff Lynne conceived the storyline before he wrote any music.[2] The plot follows a Walter Mitty-like character who journeys into fantasy worlds via dreams, to escape the disillusionment of his mundane reality. Lynne began to write the album in response to criticisms from his father, a classical music lover, who said that Electric Light Orchestra's repertoire "had no tune".[3] The influence of the Beatles is prevalent, especially in the melody of the verse of "Mister Kingdom" which to some degree resembles the Beatles' "Across the Universe". Recording Eldorado marks the first album on which Jeff Lynne hired an orchestra; on previous albums, Lynne would overdub t

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Elastic (album)

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Elastic (album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] The Guardian [2] Elastic is a 2002 studio album by American jazz saxophonist Joshua Redman.[3][4] All tunes were original compositions. Background The album is positioned as the Redman's first full-length record with electric instruments—after eight acoustic albums. Also, Elastic follows the self-titled CD by Yaya3, which features the same lineup: Redman with keyboardist Sam Yahel and drummer Brian Blade. The Yaya3 CD came out on Loma Records, once the R&B subsidiary of Warner Bros. The concept for Yaya3 and Elastic began when Redman started playing with Yahel and Blade at the New York’s Small’s club in the late 1990s.[5][6][7] Reception David R. Adler of Allmusic wrote "Coming fast on the heels of Redman's collaborative Yaya3 date with the same players (organist Sam Yahel and drummer Brian Blade), Elastic is more about pop/soul-funk than jazz, but it doesn't sacrifice any of Yaya3's organic feeling and improvisational focus. Here Y

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Electric Café

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Electric Café

Electric Café is the ninth studio album by the electronic group Kraftwerk, originally released in 1986. In October 2009 it was re-released under its original working title, Techno Pop. The initial 1986 Electric Café came in versions sung in English and German, as well as a limited Edición Española release, featuring versions of "Techno Pop" and "Sex Object" with only Spanish lyrics. It was the first Kraftwerk LP to be created using predominantly digital musical instruments, although the finished product was still recorded onto analog master tapes. Background A tentative image from Rebecca Allen's site, which displays the original Techno Pop title The album is somewhat infamous for taking the band almost half a decade to produce. Work is said to have begun as early as 1982 (with the working titles of Technicolor and then Techno Pop), but the project was delayed for several reasons: Ralf Hütter suffered a cycling accident in May or June of 1982,[1], there were concerns within the band that the production q

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The Electric Spanking of War Babies

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The Electric Spanking of War Babies

The Electric Spanking of War Babies is the 13th studio album by the American funk band Funkadelic, released in April 1981 on Warner Bros. Records. The title is an allusion to the Vietnam War and baby boomers. It includes many relative newcomers to P-Funk, many of whom remained employed by George Clinton on future releases under his own name or under the name George Clinton & the P-Funk All-Stars. Sly Stone is a collaborator on this album. Clinton originally planned on this being a double album, but the idea was quashed by Warner Brothers. Some of the deleted tracks appeared on later P-Funk releases, most notably the 1982 hit single "Atomic Dog," which appeared on the first George Clinton solo album, Computer Games. Of all the original group members since Funkadelic's debut album, only George Clinton, Ray Davis, and Eddie Hazel appear on this album. Junie Morrison plays all the instruments on the title track except the guitar solo which was played by Michael Hampton. This was the last Album to feature Edd

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Elegiac Cycle

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Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] The Penguin Guide to Jazz [2] Sputnikmusic 4.4/5[3] Elegiac Cycle is a solo studio album by American pianist Brad Mehldau. The album was issued in 1999 by Warner Bros. produced by Mehldau himself. French edition In 2011, the French publisher Outre Mesure released in both English and French the complete transcription note for note of Elegiac Cycle, and some musical commentaries by Philippe André, the original manuscript “lead sheets” of Brad Mehldau and a long and recent interview by Ludovic Florin about the genesis of the record and where the musician stands with it now. Track listing All pieces composed by Brad Mehldau "Bard" 2:45 "Resignation" 5:34 "Memory's Tricks" 9:17 "Elegy for William Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg" 4:43 "Lament for Linus" 1:27 "Trailer Park Ghost" 9:19 "Goodbye Storyteller (for Fred Myrow)" 10:27 "Rückblick" 8:56 "The Bard Returns" 4:16 Personnel Primary artist Brad Mehldau - piano, producer, li

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Elephants...Teeth Sinking into Heart

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Elephants...Teeth Sinking into Heart

Elephants...Teeth Sinking into Heart is the second studio album by American singer-songwriter Rachael Yamagata. It was released on 7 October 2008 via Warner Bros. Records in North America, 22 October 2008 in Japan, and 2 March 2009 in the UK. Development The album is split into two CDs: Elephants, featuring a darker, more vulnerable and intimate tone, which is said to be more similar to Yamagata's debut, Happenstance; while ...Teeth Sinking into Heart, shows a grittier, more cynical side of the artist, who has described it as "this mix of Pulp Fiction surf guitar, PJ Harvey [and] Tom Waits-flavored rock tunes which would be great to play live but ... just developed into this entity that would break the beauty of (Elephants)."[1] The album contains fifteen tracks (one of them hidden), ten appearing in the first disc, Elephants, and five in ...Teeth Sinking into Heart.[2] However, the Japanese release of the album consists of a single CD, containing sixteen tracks (the aforementioned fifteen tracks plus a bo

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Elevator (Hot Hot Heat album)

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Elevator (Hot Hot Heat album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Blender [2] PopMatters [3] Pitchfork Media (5.3/10) [4] Rolling Stone [5] Absolutepunk.net (8/10) [6] Spin [7] Stylus Magazine C [8] Elevator is Hot Hot Heat's second studio album, released on April 4, 2005 (see 2005 in music) internationally and a day later in the United States. It ranked #57 in Amazon.com's Top 100 Editor's Picks of 2005.[9] It is the band's last album to feature original guitarist Dante DeCaro, who left after the recording of this album. Track listing No. Title Length 1. "Introduction" 0:17 2. "Running Out of Time" 2:45 3. "Goodnight Goodnight" 2:10 4. "Ladies and Gentlemen" 2:55 5. "You Owe Me an IOU" 3:04 6. "No Jokes - Fact" 0:39 7. "Jingle Jangle" 3:55 8. "Pickin' It Up" 2:34 9. "Island of the Honest Man" 3:02 10. "Middle of Nowhere" 4:01 11. "Dirty Mouth" 2:44 12. "Soldier in a Box" 3:05 13. "Four Seconds of Noise" 0:04 14. "Shame on You" 2:45 15. "Elevato

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Eliminator (album)

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Eliminator (album)

Eliminator is the eighth studio album by the American rock band ZZ Top. It was released on March 23, 1983, by Warner Bros. Records. Recorded in Tennessee during 1982, the album was produced by the band's manager Bill Ham and peaked at the top of the charts in many countries. "Gimme All Your Lovin'", "Got Me Under Pressure", "Sharp Dressed Man", "TV Dinners" and "Legs" were released as singles. A Diamond certified album, Eliminator is ZZ Top's most commercially successful release, with sales of over 10 million copies in the United States alone. The band wanted to expand on the synthesizer sound of their 1981 album El Loco. Influenced by new wave, Eliminator′s tracks were recorded with a combination of the synthesizer, drum machine and sequencer. The album used music videos as successful promotional tools — the videos for "Gimme All Your Lovin'", "Sharp Dressed Man" and "Legs" all received regular rotation on MTV and helped the band gain popularity with a new younger teenage fan base. A customized 1933 Ford co

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Embryonic

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Embryonic

Embryonic is the twelfth studio album by experimental rock band The Flaming Lips released on October 13, 2009 on Warner Bros.[2] The band's first double album, it was released to generally positive reviews. Production News of the album first surfaced in an interview with Wayne Coyne, who stated that "Somewhere along the way it occurred to me that we should do a double album... Just this idea that you can weave a couple of themes into there and you can sprawl a little bit.[3] Several other artists made contributions to various tracks on the album. German mathematician Dr. Thorsten Wörmann contributed to the track "Gemini Syringes", psychedelic rock band MGMT contributed to the song "Worm Mountain", and Karen O (lead singer of the alternative rock trio Yeah Yeah Yeahs) contributed to the songs "I Can Be a Frog" and "Watching the Planets".[4] Karen O's contributions were recorded by Wayne Coyne over the phone. Background and promotion On August 13, 2009, the song "See the Leaves" was reviewed and streamed o

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The Endless River

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The Endless River

The Endless River is the fifteenth and final studio album by the English rock band Pink Floyd, released in November 2014 by Parlophone Records in the UK and Columbia Records in the US. It was the third Pink Floyd album recorded under the leadership of guitarist David Gilmour after the departure of bassist Roger Waters in 1985, and the first following the death of keyboardist Richard Wright in 2008, who appears posthumously. The band said it will be the final Pink Floyd album. The Endless River comprises instrumental and ambient music based on material recorded during sessions for the band's previous album, The Division Bell (1994). Additional material was recorded in 2013 and 2014 on Gilmour's Astoria boat studio and in Medina Studios in Hove, England. It was produced by Gilmour, Youth, Andy Jackson and Phil Manzanera. Only one track, "Louder than Words", has lead vocals. After the death of longtime Pink Floyd artist Storm Thorgerson in 2013, the cover was created by artist Ahmed Emad Eldin, design company S

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Elixir (Fourplay album)

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Elixir (Fourplay album)

Elixir is the third studio album by Fourplay, released in 1995. Among the guest vocalists on this album are Phil Collins, Patti Austin, and Peabo Bryson. Track listing No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. "Elixir" East, James, Mason, Ritenour 7:23 2. "Dream Come True" East, Lawson 5:15 3. "Play Lady Play" James, Ritenour 4:36 4. "Why Can't It Wait 'Til Morning? (Ft. Phil Collins)" Collins 5:17 5. "Magic Carpet Ride" Ritenour 6:27 6. "Whisper in My Ear" James 6:12 7. "Fannie Mae" Mason 5:31 8. "The Closer I Get to You (Ft. Patti Austin & Peabo Bryson)" Mtume 5:01 9. "East 2 West" East, East 5:56 10. "Licorice" James 5:12 11. "In My Corner" Mason, Mason 6:56 Total length: 63:46 Personnel Bob James – piano, keyboards Lee Ritenour – guitar Nathan East – bass guitar Harvey Mason – drums Phil Collins – vocals on Why Can't it Wait 'Til Morning? Reception Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] References McDonald, Steven. "Elixir - Fourplay

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Erotica (Madonna album)

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Erotica (Madonna album)

Erotica is the fifth studio album by American recording artist Madonna, released on October 20, 1992 by Maverick and Sire Records. The album was released simultaneously with Madonna's first book publication Sex, a coffee table book containing explicit photographs featuring the singer, and marked her first release under Maverick, her own multimedia entertainment company. Erotica is a concept album about sex and romance, incorporating her alter ego Mistress Dita, inspired by actress Dita Parlo. Some of its songs also take on a more confessional tone, influenced by the loss of Madonna's two close friends to AIDS. Madonna recorded the album in New York City with Shep Pettibone and André Betts while she was working on her book and film projects. She began creating the album's demos with Pettibone in his apartment in October 1991, and wrote the melodies and lyrics on top of the basic music which Pettibone produced in the style of his remixes. During the sessions, they had problems during sequencing, and, as a resu

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Endless Flight

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Endless Flight

Endless Flight is the fourth album by English singer-songwriter Leo Sayer, which was released in 1976. It was released in the U.S. and Canada by Warner Bros. Records and in the UK by Chrysalis Records. The album consolidated his international popularity, reaching #4 in the UK and #10 in the USA; it also charted strongly in other countries including Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands and New Zealand, and was certified as a platinum album in both the UK and the USA, and double-platinum in Canada. The peak of his career came in 1977, when he scored two consecutive US number one hits, first with the disco-styled "You Make Me Feel Like Dancing" (a Grammy Award winner for the year's best Rhythm and Blues Song), followed by the romantic ballad, "When I Need You" (1977), which reached number one in both the UK and US. Written by Albert Hammond and Carole Bayer Sager, it was Sayer's first UK #1 single (after three number two hits).[1] It was also the first of two UK chart-toppers in a row for producer Richard Perry.[1]

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The Eternal Idol

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The Eternal Idol

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [2] The Rolling Stone Album Guide [3] Classic Rock 4/10[4] Martin Popoff 10/10[5] The Eternal Idol is the thirteenth studio album by English rock band Black Sabbath, released on November 1, 1987(UK) and December 8, 1987(USA). It is the first Black Sabbath album to feature vocalist Tony Martin. It spent six weeks on the Billboard 200 chart, peaking at 168.[6] It was also the last full album of new material by Black Sabbath to be released by Warner Bros. Records (in North America), and the final album through their original label Vertigo Records until the release of 13 in 2013. Album information The album cover features two models in bronze paint re-enacting Auguste Rodin's 1889 sculpture "The Eternal Idol". Due to the paint's toxicity, the models were hospitalized after the shoot. A photograph of the original sculpture was intended as the cover art, but permission could not be secured.[7] The sleeve credits Dave Spitz as bass player, b

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Engine (American Music Club album)

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Engine (American Music Club album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Underground (15/6/3)[2] Engine is the second album by American Music Club. It was jointly released by Frontier and Grifter in the US and by Zippo in the UK and Europe in 1987.[3][2] The 1998 Warner Bros. Records reissue added three additional tracks from the same period. The artwork for the Zippo UK release features an incorrect track listing, putting the songs in the wrong order. Track listing All songs written by Mark Eitzel except as noted. "Big Night" "Outside This Bar" "At My Mercy" "Gary's Song" "Nightwatchman" "Clouds" "Electric Light" (Eitzel, Mooney) "Mom's TV" "Art of Love" (Eitzel, Pearson, Vudi, Norelli) "Asleep" "This Year" "Away Down My Street" (Live at the Hotel Utah) "Art of Love" (Rock 'n Roll Version) (Eitzel, Pearson, Vudi, Norelli) "Shut Down" (Live at the Hotel Utah) Tracks 12, 13 and 14 only appear on the 1998 Warner Bros. Records reissue. "Art of Love (Goof-Rock Version)" appears as a bonus track at

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Eternity (Alice Coltrane album)

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Eternity (Alice Coltrane album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Eternity is an album released by Alice Coltrane in 1975. Track list Spiritual Eternal - 2:57 Wisdom Eye - 3:10 Los Caballos - 11:27 Om Supreme - 9:28 Morning Worship - 3:36 Spring Rounds (excerpted from The Rite Of Spring by Igor Stravinsky) - 5:59 References Allmusic review

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Evangeline (Emmylou Harris album)

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Evangeline (Emmylou Harris album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Evangeline is a 1981 album by Emmylou Harris that was composed mostly of leftover material from past recording sessions and which did not fit into any of her other albums. Songs included a remake of "Mister Sandman" (from the much-lauded Trio sessions with Dolly Parton and Linda Ronstadt), "Evangeline" (also featuring vocals by Parton and Ronstadt), which she had previously performed with The Band, Rodney Crowell's "Ashes By Now", and a cover of John Fogerty's "Bad Moon Rising". Though it received mixed reviews upon its release, the album was yet another commercial success for Harris. It was certified Gold in less than a year after its release. A single release of "Mister Sandman" (Top 10 country/Top 40 pop) did well on the charts, though neither Ronstadt's nor Parton's record companies would allow their artists' vocals to be used on the single, so Harris rerecorded the song, singing all three parts for the single release. Rodney Crowell's "

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The Everly Brothers Sing

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The Everly Brothers Sing

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] The Everly Brothers Sing is an album by the Everly Brothers, released on Warner Bros. in 1967. It was re-released on CD by Collectors' Choice Music in 2005. This album includes their last Top 40 hit, "Bowling Green". It would also be their last Top 100 hit until 1984. Track listing Side One "Bowling Green" (Terry Slater, Jacqueline Ertel) – 2:50 "A Voice Within" (Terry Slater) – 2:23 "I Don't Want to Love You" (Don Everly, Phil Everly) – 2:48 "It's All Over" (Don Everly) – 2:23 "Deliver Me" (Danny Moore) – 2:35 "Talking to the Flower" (Terry Slater) – 2:57 Side two "Mary Jane" (Terry Slater) – 3:01 "I'm Finding It Rough" (Patrick Campbell-Lyons, Chris Thomas) – 2:47 "Do You" (Terry Slater) – 2:47 "Somebody Help Me" (Jackie Edwards) – 2:01 "A Whiter Shade of Pale" (Gary Brooker, Keith Reid) – 4:55 "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy" (Joe Zawinul) – 2:28 Personnel Don Everly – guitar, vocals Phil Everly – guitar, vocals Al Capps – g

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Every Beat of My Heart (Rod Stewart album)

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Every Beat of My Heart (Rod Stewart album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [1] Rolling Stone (average)[2] Every Beat of My Heart is an album by Rod Stewart. It is his fourteenth studio album, released in June 1986 (see 1986 in music). It was released on Warner Bros. Records (WX 53 / 925 446-1). The tracks were recorded at One on One Studios, Can Am Recorders, The Village Recorder, The Record Plant, and Artisan Sound Recorders. It produced four singles: "Love Touch", "Another Heartache", "In My Life", and "Every Beat of My Heart." Content Included on this album is the song "Love Touch", which gained popularity as the theme to the Robert Redford film Legal Eagles. "Love Touch" was written by Holly Knight, Mike Chapman, and Gene Black. The album also includes a cover of Lennon–McCartney's "In My Life", one of several times Rod covered them. It was released as a single which failed to chart. According to the liner notes, this album is dedicated to Rod's parents Bob and Elsie Stewart. Track listing "Here To Eternity"

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Every Scene in Vibrant Green

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Every Scene in Vibrant Green

Josephine Collective's first recorded album which was recorded by Brandon Paddock, self-released. This album contains early versions of later songs that would be released on their following EP and album "Since Feeling Is First" "In Fair Verona" "The Morning After" "Scarlet" "America's Next Top Model" "Calling Out the Queen of Hearts" "Every Scene in Vibrant Green" "Scarlet (Alternate lyrics/ Acoustic)"

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Every Turn of the World

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Every Turn of the World

Every Turn of the World is the third studio album by Christopher Cross, recorded and released in 1985. The album is notable for its harder rocking sound and often lacking the pop ballads that dominated the sound of previous albums. Though the album itself peaked at No. 127 on the Billboard 200, the only single from the album to chart, "Charm the Snake", peaked only at No. 68 on the Billboard Hot 100. The other two singles from the album, the title track and "Love Is Love (In Any Language)", failed to chart. Track listing "Every Turn of the World" (Christopher Cross, Michael Omartian, John Bettis) - 4:02 "Charm the Snake" (Christopher Cross, Michael Omartian) - 4:24 "I Hear You Call" (Christopher Cross, Michael Omartian, John Bettis) - 3:41 "Don't Say Goodbye" (Christopher Cross, Billy Alessi, John Bettis) - 3:32 "It's You That Really Matters" (Christopher Cross, Will Jennings) - 3:59 "Love Is Love (In Any Language)" (Christopher Cross, Michael Omartian, John Bettis) - 4:27 "Swing Street" (Christopher

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Everybody (Chris Janson album)

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Everybody (Chris Janson album)

Everybody is the second studio album by American country music artist Chris Janson. It was released on September 22, 2017 via Warner Bros. Records. It includes the singles "Fix a Drink" and "Drunk Girl." Critical reception Rating it 3.5 out of 5 stars, Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic wrote that "He delivers these (mostly) sweet songs with a grin and the hooks aren't pushed, they roll easy, and these two qualities turn Everybody into a sunny, appealing album."[1] Commercial performance Everybody debuted at No. 7 on Billboard's Top Country Albums, selling 8,000 copies in pure sales (11,000 units including streams and track sales).[2] The album has sold 46,600 copies in the United States as of January 2019.[3] Track listing No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s)[4] Length 1. "Who's Your Farmer" Janson Buddy Owens Mitch Oglesby Scott Hendricks 2:50 2. "Everybody" Janson Tom Douglas Casey Beathard Janson 2:52 3. "Name on It" Janson Ashley Gorley Chris DuBois Ross Copperman Hendricks 2:4

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Everyday Robots

Everyday Robots is the debut solo studio album by British musician Damon Albarn, best known as the frontman of Blur and Gorillaz. Described by Albarn as his "most personal record", the album was co-produced by Richard Russell and released on 25 April 2014. It features guest contributions from musician and producer Brian Eno, singer Natasha Khan and the Leytonstone City Mission Choir. It was nominated for the 2014 Mercury Prize for best album. The album produced five singles: "Everyday Robots", "Lonely Press Play", "Hollow Ponds", US-only release "Mr Tembo", and "Heavy Seas of Love". Everyday Robots received positive reviews from music critics, and debuted at number two on the UK Albums Chart. Background The album was first announced in September 2011, when Albarn had confirmed he was working on a solo studio album to be released under his own name. He also stated that the concept of which is supposed to revolve around "empty club music".[5] In a 2013 interview with Rolling Stone magazine, he said that the

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Everybody (Gods Child album)

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Everybody (Gods Child album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Everybody is the debut album from New York City based band Gods Child. The band members (Chris Seefried on vocals, guitars, and Mellotron; Gary DeRosa on keyboards; Craig Ruda on bass; and Alex Alexander on drums, percussion, and loops), are all from New York City. The band members cite Patti Smith and the Velvet Underground as their main inspirations. However, several tracks on this album (such as "Wolf", which features spiky, over-amped guitars against a stressed-out string section, and "Stone Horses", which kicks off with a funky Mellotron before sliding into a smooth, danceable beat) show the unmistakable influence of U2.[2] Everybody is reminiscent of Zooropa school. This is not surprising, considering that Everybody was mixed by Robbie Adams, who also worked on Zooropa. Gods Child's highest honor came when "Everybody's 1", appeared on two Billboard charts simultaneously in 1994. The song peaked at #18 on the Mainstream Rock chart and

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Everything Is 4

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Everything Is 4

Everything Is 4 is the fourth studio album by American singer Jason Derulo. It was released on May 29, 2015, by Beluga Heights Records and Warner Bros. Records. The lead single "Want to Want Me" which reached number one in six countries, was released on March 9, 2015. The album is a follow-up to Derulo's previous studio album, Tattoos (2013) in the international market and Talk Dirty (2014) in the United States. Background The first song produced for the album was the first single, "Want to Want Me", which Derulo has decided to make single after listening it to with several friends. For the song "Painkiller", in collaboration with Meghan Trainor, the singer revealed that he decided to make this collaboration after meeting the singer backstage at a couple of shows. The collaboration with Stevie Wonder in "Broke" was born during a dinner at the White House.[2] Derulo explained the significance of the title saying: "It's called Everything is 4 because it's my fourth album, but there are also other meanings. A

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Everything Stops for Tea

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Everything Stops for Tea

Everything Stops for Tea is an album by John Baldry released in May 1972. It was produced by Elton John and Rod Stewart. Elton provides vocal accompaniment on tracks 1, 3-5. Stewart provides vocal accompaniment and plays banjo on track 8. Several standout songs include the two Willie Dixon penned cuts, "Seventh Son" and "You Can't Judge a Book by the Cover"; as well as the Dixie Cups song "Iko Iko". This album along with his previous offering It Ain't Easy were the beginning of Baldry's return to the blues after his pop years in the late 60's. Several songs were released as singles by Warner Bros. including "Mother Ain't Dead", "Iko Iko" and "You Can't Judge a Book by the Cover".[1] Ronnie Wood drew the cover art which portrays Baldry as the Mad Hatter.[2] Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic link Track listing "Intro: Come Back Again" (Ross Wilson) - 4:05 "Seventh Son" (Willie Dixon) - 3:07 "Wild Mountain Thyme" (Traditional; arranged John Baldry, Davey Johnstone) - 3:49

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Evolution (Malo album)

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Evolution (Malo album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Evolution is the third album by Latin Rock band Malo, released in 1973. The album has been reissued on CD in 2001 as one of the discs in Rhino Handmade's Celebración box set, with the addition of single edits of I Don't Know and Merengue. Track listing "Moving Away" (Ron Smith/James Cicero) - 7:17 "I Don't Know" (Sonny Henry) - 6:04 "Merengue" (Francisco Aquabella/Arcelio Garcia, Jr.) - 7:03 "All For You" (Ron DeMasi/Jorge Santana/Pablo Tellez) - 4:04 "Dance to My Mambo" (Forrest Buchtel /Arcelio Garcia, Jr.) - 4:40 "Entrance to Paradise" (Pablo Tellez /Ismael Versoza) - 5:09 "Street Man" (Pablo Tellez /Arcelio Garcia, Jr./Ron DeMasi) - 5:05 Personnel Arcelio Garcia - vocals, percussion Pablo Tellez - bass, vocals Francisco Aquabella - bongos, congas, timbales, percussion, vocals Ron DeMasi - electric piano, organ, clavinet, vocals Tony Smith - drums, vocals Jorge Santana - guitar Carlos Federico - piano (o

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Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 2

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Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 2

Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 2 is the sixth studio album by British rock band Foals. It was released on 18 October 2019 through Warner and Transgressive Records.[3][4] The album is considered the second half of a two-part project, being supplemented by their consecutive fifth studio album Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1, released 8 March 2019. The album cover was shot by famed National Geographic photographer, Maggie Steber.[5] The album was preceded by three singles; "Black Bull", "The Runner", and "Into the Surf". The album became the band's first to reach No. 1 on the UK Albums Chart. Promotion The album's lead singles, "Black Bull" and "The Runner" were debuted 1 August and 5 September 2019 respectively via Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show alongside the former's music video premiere (via YouTube). The album's third single, "Into the Surf" was released 25 September 2019 via Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show, with the animated music video premiering a few weeks later on 7 October 2019.[6]

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