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Redbirds - Jinsei / What A Beautiful World Album

Redbirds - Jinsei / What A Beautiful World Album

Performer: Redbirds
Title: Jinsei / What A Beautiful World
Released: 1972
Cat#: SYK 515
Country: UK
Label: York Records
Size MP3 version: 1669 mb
Size FLAC version: 1785 mb
Size WMA version: 1405 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 591
Genre: Pop / Folk & World

Redbirds - Jinsei / What A Beautiful World Album


Tracklist

1Jinsei2:45
2What A Beautiful World

Notes

No time indication on B-side

Album

What a Beautiful World is a song written and performed by American songwriter, singer and musician Donald Fagen. It was the first track of his platinum-certified debut solo album The Nightfly, and was released in September 1982 as its first single. It charted well on the Billboard Hot 100, Mainstream Rock, R&B Singles and Adult Contemporary charts. What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World - The Decemberists. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World. Исполнитель: The Decemberists. 2015 indie. Oregon and every hipster alives favorite folk rock band The Decemberists deliver their seventh studio album. Just how beautiful or terrible is this result is What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World, their seventh studio album. How high are the expectations this time around While 2011s The King Is Dead and 2009s The Hazards of Love each had their own merits, they werent really anyones favorite works by The Decemberists, a fanciful band that seemed to hit its stride in the mid-aughts. While What a Terrible World ultimately feels much less belabored than either of the bands last two releases, it also blends the personal and the fictional to form a less cohesive whole. As a singles-driven pop record, it might garner a hit or two as a Decemberists record, it ever-so-slightly misses the mark. Songs in album The Decemberists - What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World 2015. The Decemberists - The Singer Addresses His Audience. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Where's an erstwhile indie band to go after scoring a No. 1 album If you're The Decemberists, you keep a tight grip on your rarefied blend of idiosyncrasy and accessibility. Following up their commercial hit The King Is Dead, the Portland troupe continue to craft graceful, pop-kissed melodies with lambent folk-rock arrangements. On What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World, the band muse about everything from carnal cravings Philomena to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting 121712. Yet, The Decemberists' best subject. As it turns out, 2014's What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World finds the Decemberists managing to have it both ways if anything, many of these songs are brighter and hookier than those on The King Is Dead, but if this is pop, it's pop that's keenly intelligent, melodically adventurous, obsessively literate, and perfectly willing to explore sadness and. On The Singer Addresses His Audience, the opening track to The Decemberists' seventh LP What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World, when singer-guitarist Colin Meloy sings, We had to change some, it makes sense. The Portland, Ore. quintet has previously made a point of adhering to particular styles for entire albums - prog-rock on 2009's The Hazards of Love, Americana on 2011's The King Is Dead - but the band's latest feels unencumbered by showy pantomime, finally loosening up and skewing more organic rock. As the Decemberists Hibernate, Its Me. Explaining the concept or lack of concept behind the album, frontman Colin Meloy told American Songwriter: I think the last couple records have been conceptual. I think Picaresque was sort of conceptual in that we rented out a church and recorded it there and the sounds have a lot of space to them, and a lot of the songs are very narrative. Hazards of Love is obviously conceptual because it is a concept record. On The King Is Dead, while the songs arent connected in any conceptual way, I do think of it as being conceptual in that we came into it being like, We want to make a really simple. What a Beautiful World. Dedicated to Beauty, Mystery, and The Wonders of Our Amazing Little Blue Planet we call Earth. and shout out to the