Rites of Spring is the only studio album by American post-hardcore band Rites of Spring. It was recorded at Inner Ear Studios in February 1985 and released on vinyl in June 1985 as Dischord Records The album was produced by Ian MacKaye and contains twelve songs
It's early spring and living's so much easier. At Albertson Park, we take our time and talk about our families and Flight of the Conchords. The same kind of things that we usually talk about, but today it is even better. It's early spring and living's so much easier. I'm the first one to admit this town is very nice, there's no place I'd rather stay. But Lord, would it kill us both, if you let it be temperate for just a few more days. Track Name: A Mid-80s Lower-Middle Class Family Summer Road Trip. Summertime, and living isn't easy. It's 100 in the shade, and it's not even breezy. No AC in this car, and Spokane is so far. So I sit, on the vinyl interior of our VW van feeling a little inferior.
Spring (American Spring album). Spring (known outside the United States and in subsequent reissues as American Spring) is the first and only album by American pop duo American Spring (then known as "Spring") released in July 1972. Largely ignored at the time of its release, it has now come to be seen as a valuable collector's item due to Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys' participation.
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Raul from Barcelona blog Bloodbuzzed interviews Jeremy Jensen from The Very Most. 13 October at 19:33 ·. Taking a break from working on my album to aimlessly noodle over a loop with my delay pedal. 7 October at 12:14 ·. I play, and Gia M Trotter sings, on several of the tracks on this album. Excited to see it when it comes out. Bruce Robert.
Not the 1971 album, also self-titled, by Spring, a progressive rock group with the same name, this particular Spring is an excellent artifact from the world of the Beach Boys, and is highly entertaining with much historical value. The gals stare out of the gatefold in a blurry blue hue - an appropriate image for a disc that never got the notice it deserved
Some of the most depressing albums of all time are also the greatest. Ghostwritten by Leigh Whannell. Photo: Metaweb (FB)/Fair use. 1. XO. XO is the fourth studio album by American singer-songwriter Elliott Smith. It was recorded from 1997 to 1998 and released on August 25, 1998 by record label DreamWorks; Smith's first solo album on a major record label. Two singles, "Waltz and "Baby Britain", were released.
At the time the most expensive album cover ever made, the Sgt Pepper album cover remains a pop art masterpiece that has influenced everyone from Frank Zappa (We’re Only In It For The Money) to The Simpsons (The Yellow Album). Staged by British artist Peter Blake and his then-wife, Jann Haworth, the Sgt Pepper album cover depicted 58 different people, chosen by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Peter Blake, Jann Haworth and London art dealer Robert Fraser, presenting a fascinating cross-section of cultures, importance and each Beatle’s individual interests.