Kashmir Twist - Aimless album FLAC
Album · 1976 · 8 Songs. Kashmir Twist The Vultures.
It consists of songs mostly drawn from Please Please Me, their first LP released in the United Kingdom. This album, like its parent album, contains both original Beatles songs, as well as covers (including its namesake, Twist and Shout), denoted in the track listing.
Twist & Shout is the second studio album released by The Isley Brothers on the Wand label in 1962. Their second album after Shout! three years prior, the album was released on the success of the title track, which would later be covered by The Beatles more than a year later for their own hit version. Other stand-outs in the album include Isley-penned tracks such as "Right Now", "Nobody but Me" and the charter, "Twistin' with Linda".
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Includes the album on CD and a 2-sided b&w insert on stiff paper with lyrics on one side and a drawing of the band on the other side. Sticker on shrinkwrap with following info: - Needlepoint - Aimless Mary. Mastered for vinyl by Greg Calbi @ Sterling Sound. Matrix, Runout (Printed on both A and B side of LP): - 37602 -. Matrix, Runout (On CD): ELDARODO BJKCD 104 A-636981-A1.
This album doesn’t have the mysteriously entrancing vibe of her album Uh Huh Her or the quiet, discomforting menace of White Chalk, but it does have its sound, rooted in a commanding tone. It’s also an album with a lot of saxophone work. So much so that I was listening to the end of Dollar, Dollar while on the elevator coming up to my office and one of my colleagues asked me, Are you listening to Ornette Coleman? In the very least, The Hope Six Demolition Project is a record that will get people talking. This is an album that comes off as strangely aimless. The magic moments from before are nowhere to be found. There are ten people in this band and yet, there is something quite stark and uneasy about these songs, even when they swell to orchestral levels, like on the standout, Let It Down.
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