The Rave-Ups - Positively Lost Me album FLAC
Positively Lost Me. Исполнитель.
Sequence from Pretty in Pink with The Rave-Ups. One of the best songs in the movie. Not included on the soundtrack. The song is taken from their mythical album TOWN AND COUNTRY. Positively Lost Me.
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Artist: The Rave-Ups, Song: Positively Lost Me, Duration: 5:17, File type: mp3. №1449458071.
Back in the late '80s, the Rave-Ups were a critically acclaimed Los Angeles-based band straddling the line between rock and country
Positively Lost Me. The Rave-Ups. Album Town & Country. Positively Lost Me Lyrics. You lost a lot when you lost me. You lost a lot when you lost me Six paperback books and a dying tree. You lost a lot when you lost me Six paperback books and a dying tree A looking glass and a diamond ring, yeah. You lost a lot when you lost me Six paperback books and a dying tree A looking glass and a diamond ring You lost me and you lost some dreams. Oh, you lost your cool, you lost your keys And then you lost a sense of honesty. Two blankets and a bookshelf piece
The Rave-Ups were an acclaimed alternative rock band led by singer/song writer James Podrasky. Founded in Pitttsburgh, the band became one of the most popular acts on the LA club circuit. Their first full LP Town and Country released on the Fun Stuff label in the fall of 1985 captured critical attention with comparisons to the music of Dylan, Lou Reed, and . With sales of 40,000 copies the demand for Town and Country was extraordinary for an indie release. Several critics including . Times critic Robert Hilburn predicted they would be the next-big-thing. With air play on college and alternative radio stations their most popular songs were Positively, Lost Me and Respectfully, the King of Rain. Respectfully King of Rain" was an alternative rock hit getting video airplay on MTV and reaching on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart.
The Rave-Ups, who do appear in the film performing "Positively Lost Me" and "Shut-Up" from their Town and Country album, do not have any songs on the soundtrack album. Nik Kershaw's "Wouldn't It Be Good" appears as re-recorded by former Three Dog Night vocalist Danny Hutton's band, Danny Hutton Hitters. The Smiths song "Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want" makes a notable appearance on the film's soundrack
While the members of The Rave-Ups held day jobs in the mail room at A&M Records, they were able to use the label’s studios at night and during lunch breaks to record what would become a genre-defining release. Enlisting the help of producer Stephen Barncard (Grateful Dead’s American Beauty) as well as the legendary pedal-steel player Sneaky Pete Kleinow, Town + Country appeared on the scene in 1985. The album gained enough attention to get the band featured in John Hughes’ classic 1986 film, Pretty In Pink
Complete your The Rave-Ups collection. 5:10. Remember (Newman's Lovesong). Town + Country (LP, Album). Fun Stuff Records Inc. RU-103. Town + Country (CD, Album).
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|B||You Ain't Goin Nowhere||4:31|
NotesProduced by Stephen Barncard
|RU-102||The Rave-Ups||Positively Lost Me (7")||Fun Stuff Records Inc.||RU-102||USA & Canada||1985|