The Bo-Stevens - Can'ts Never Could mp3 downloadPerformer: The Bo-Stevens
Title: Can'ts Never Could
Released: July 7, 2005
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Can, also known as Inner Space (also, with additional tracks, as Legendary Can), is the eleventh studio album by experimental rock band Can, released in 1979. It was Can's last album before the reunion album Rite Time, ten years later, and was released after the band's break-up. Michael Karoli – guitar, vocals. Jaki Liebezeit – drums. Irmin Schmidt – keyboards. Rebop Kwaku Baah – percussion.
Soundtracks is a compilation album by the Krautrock group Can. It was first released in 1970 and consists of tracks written for various films. The album marks the departure of the band's original vocalist Malcolm Mooney, who sings on two tracks, to be replaced by new member Damo Suzuki. Stylistically, the record also documents the transition from the jams of their earliest recordings (.
If an album is 'missing' that you think deserves to be here, you can include it in your own chart from the My Charts page! Sufjan Stevens best tracks. Include tracks from compilation albums Exclude tracks from compilation albums The same track can appear on multiple albums, so excluding tracks from compilation albums helps to remove duplicates from this list.
Sure, you could argue that there are as many kinds of emo as there are people adamant about which kind is the right kind. Carrie & Lowell isn't strictly an evolution that extends from Jawbox's Midwestern angst or New York foursome Texas is the Reason's beta-male cries. But years later, it fills a gap those bands left open when they broke up. Stevens' first album, A Sun Came, was released in 2000 - the same year as Bright Eyes' gut-wrenching Fevers and Mirrors. Sufjan's woodsy prayers were the antidote to Conor Oberst's strung-out eulogies. Sufjan Stevens has never been an "emo" artist, but here he actively seeks pain as his subject matter in ways he hasn't before. Carrie & Lowell is an album about death.
And I can not stop myself from falling But I can not heal from what was something And I can´t stop crying from things that you say But I try my hardest and it won't go away. I can´t stop hurting from the pain that I bled And I keep replaying the things that you said But I can not find a light in this dark So how can I heal a hole in my heart.
is a remarkable album that manages to pack in a state full of instruments (flugelhorns, choirs, presumably at least one watering-can solo) and sounds as simultaneously vast yet intimately detailed as Polyphonic Spree produced by Brian Eno. Maybe Illinois is like that, but rather than spend his career trekking, Stevens has sought inspiration from history and hearsay. His songs are odd tales with self-explanatory but mythical titles like A Short Reprise for Mary Todd, Who Went Insane But for Very Good Reasons. As the journey commences, Stevens cleverly explores the dark Illinois underbelly by comparing the backgrounds of serial killer John Wayne Gacy Jr and his victims. But genuine disturbance is never quite allowed to shatter the awestruck, uplifting atmosphere. No sleep 'til Hawaii, then.
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|1||My Baby Got Gone||The Bo-Stevens||2:08|
|2||Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line||The Bo-Stevens||2:23|
|3||12 Ounces||The Bo-Stevens||3:11|
|4||Can't See You Again||The Bo-Stevens||3:41|
|5||Hey Porter||The Bo-Stevens||2:44|
|6||Old Letters||The Bo-Stevens||3:27|
|7||I Just Cant Help Myself||The Bo-Stevens||2:32|
|8||Head First||The Bo-Stevens||2:51|
|9||River of Jordan||The Bo-Stevens||3:08|