Tommy Barnett - Sings album flac
Genre: Folk music
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Tommy february6 is the eponymous debut album of the brilliant green vocalist Tomoko Kawase's alter ego Tommy February6 (so named after Kawase's birthday). The album, in addition to launching Kawase's solo career, also established Tommy February6's trademark sound, which is heavily influenced by 80's synthpop music
It was issued after Coltrane had already ceased recording for the label. All tracks written by Tommy Flanagan except where noted. Minor Mishap" – 7:26. How Long Has This Been Going On?" (George and Ira Gershwin) – 5:58. Tommy's Tune" – 11:58. Idrees Sulieman – trumpet.
Books by Tommy Barnett. There's a Miracle in Your House: God's Solution Starts With What You Have. Publisher: Charisma Media.
People (like me) who enjoy Baker's singing don't mind that he doesn't "deliver" a song in the usual sense, that he doesn't stamp it with a unique emotional postmark. To us, he's just using the words as a convenient way to deliver the melody-which to him is all that matters. The best introduction to Baker's voice is the 1954 album Chet Baker Sings, the first one devoted entirely to his singing. Like an earlier Chet Baker album in this "Getting Into Jazz series," it featured pianist/composer Russ Freeman. Some of the trumpet solos on this disc are very beautiful, and so the most interesting tracks are those where Baker has time to stretch out and play a few choruses in addition to vocalizing.
The collaborative LP from Kurt Vile and Courtney Barnett feels like an overheard discussion between two existential misfits. They sing songs about writing songs, covering each other in the process. And where Barnett can pack an impossible amount of observational narrative detail into a single couplet, Vile often spends his songs lingering on the feeling of lingering. But on a musical level, the two encroach on common twangy turf whenever their respective songs settle into a country-rock groove. And ultimately their differing songwriting styles serve the same function-they’re coping mechanisms against the absurdities and indignities of the modern world, navigating them toward an inner peace that always seems just a little out of reach.
Charlie Barnett, Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman, Louis Armstrong and Lionel Hampton, A Song Is Born directed by Howard Hawks. A peaceful sky, there are such things A rainbow high where heaven sings So have a little faith and trust in what tomorrow brings You’ll reach a star because there are such things. So have a little faith and trust in what tomorrow brings You’ll reach a star because there are such things.
|A1||Jesus Lifted Me|
|A2||It Is No Secret|
|A3||These Old Bones|
|A4||Someone To Care|
|A5||Jesus And Me|
|A6||I Saw A Man|
|A7||Heaven In My Soul|
|B1||Where No One Stands Alone|
|B2||I Was There When It Happened|
|B3||The King And I|
|B4||I'll Tell It Wherever I Go|
|B5||Jesus Wonderful Lord|
|B6||Nothing Can Compare|
|B7||Lord Keep Your Precious Hand On Me|
|B8||Search Me Lord|
NotesBarnett Records black color label with silver lettering.
Barnett Records on label but not the cover. Private label.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side-1 runout etched): TB SIDE 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side-2 runout etched): TB SIDE 2
|709||Tommy Barnett||Sings (LP)||Golbal||709||1957|