Tin Men - Super Great Music for Modern Lovers mp3 downloadPerformer: Tin Men
Title: Super Great Music for Modern Lovers
Style: Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock
Date of recording: 2003
Size MP3 version: 1848 mb
Size FLAC version: 1414 mb
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Tin Men - Super Great Music for Modern Lovers mp3 download
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More importantly, the music is just as raw and exciting now as when it was recorded in 1973, or when it was belatedly released in 1976.
Continuing our new series in which Guardian and Observer writers pick their favourite albums – with a view that you might do the same – Michael Hann hails a proto-punk classic.
The Modern Lovers is the debut studio album by American rock band the Modern Lovers. It was released on Beserkley Records in 1976, although the original nine tracks had been recorded in 1972 (or 1971 in the case of "Hospital"). Six of the original tracks were produced by John Cale. In 2003, the album was ranked number 381 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей The Modern Lovers. One set of demos, produced by John Cale, were released as the band's "first album" (this one), in 1976. The artwork says the recordings are from 1971, but they were actually recorded in 1972. Another set of demos, produced by Kim Fowley, were released as the band's "second album", The Original Modern Lovers, in 1981.
Acclaimed Music number 169, All Time Rank.
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Modern Lovers Live catches Jonathan Richman at the height of his candy-floss novelty period. The music is warm and mild, almost all of it derived from 50s and early-60s models such as surf idioms and guitar instrumentals. Modern Lovers Live has become somewhat of a cult classic the last couple of decades and is guaranteed to put you in a good mood. Pure joy, happiness and bliss. What makes a great live album? A faithful reproduction or superior reinterpretation of a studio classic? Audience rapport?
The Modern Lovers were a rock group from Boston, Mass. Richman was extremely obsessed with the sound of The Velvet Underground. He was so obsessed, that after graduating high school in 1969, he moved from Boston to New York, and slept on the sofa of Velvet Underground manager Steve Sesnick. These two sessions comprise the majority of this album. Into 1973, the band still had not been signed by a label, and another recording session in 1973 went badly. By this time, the band was beginning to fizzle out as members began to leave. Richman left to pursue a solo career, retaining the name The Modern Lovers. Jerry Harrison went on to play with Talking Heads.
Album Name The Modern Lovers. Released date August 1976. Labels Sanctuary Records Rhino Records Beserkley Records. Members owning this album7. Recorded in 1972 but released for the first time in 1976. Re-Issue in 1986 by Beserkley with 1 bonustrack. Re-Issue on cd in 1989 by Rhino with 3 bonustracks and a different cover.
|1||Hallelujah, I'm a Bum Again||Tin Men feat: Tinmen|
|2||Lulu's Back in Town Fats Waller||Tin Men feat: Tinmen|
|3||Cocaine Habit Blues||Tin Men feat: Tinmen|
|4||Drunk and in Love Alex McMurray||Tin Men feat: Tinmen|
|5||Still Drunk Alex McMurray||Tin Men feat: Tinmen|
|6||Useless Without You Alex McMurray||Tin Men feat: Tinmen|
|7||He Ain't Got Rhythm Irving Berlin||Tin Men feat: Tinmen|
|8||You Can Be Sure If It's Cabral Alex McMurray||Tin Men feat: Tinmen|
|9||Function at the Junction Eddie Holland||Tin Men feat: Tinmen|
|10||Wherever Yer at Blues Matt Perrine||Tin Men feat: Tinmen|
|11||Mr. Selleck Terre Roche||Tin Men feat: Tinmen|
|12||Workng in a Restaurant||Tin Men feat: Tinmen|
|13||Month of Sundays Robert Carl McLerran||Tin Men feat: Tinmen|
|14||The Darling of the Okra Strut Alex McMurray||Tin Men feat: Tinmen|
|15||Location, Location, Location Alex McMurray||Tin Men feat: Tinmen|
|16||Mixed Up Confusion Bob Dylan||Tin Men feat: Tinmen|
|17||Dreaming Sun Ra||Tin Men feat: Tinmen|
CreditsIrving Berlin - Composer
Debbie Davis - Voices
Bob Dylan - Composer
Eddie Holland - Composer
Robert Carl McLerran - Composer
Alex McMurray - Composer, Guitar, Vocals
Matt Perrine - Composer, Sousaphone
Sun Ra - Composer
Frank Relle - Photography
Terre Roche - Composer
Tim Stambaugh - Mixing, Producer, Recording
Tin Men - Primary Artist
Tinmen - Primary Artist
Fats Waller - Composer