Letters To Cleo - Sister album flac
Style: Indie Rock, Alternative Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1571 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1498 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1408 mb
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Sister (Letters to Cleo album). Sister is a compilation album by the band Letters to Cleo. It was released on November 3, 1998. The album's last track is a cover of Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams"
Letters to Cleo is an alternative rock band from Boston, Massachusetts, best known for the 1994 single, "Here & Now", from their full-length debut album, Aurora Gory Alice. The band's members are Kay Hanley, Greg McKenna, Michael Eisenstein, Stacy Jones, Scott Riebling, and later, Tom Polce and Joe Klompus. The group disbanded in 2000 but reunited for a small tour in 2008. In 2016 the band reunited, and on October 14, 2016, released an EP, titled Back to Nebraska.
Sister is a compilation album by the band Letters to Cleo. The album's last track is a cover of Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams". Although it was the final Letters To Cleo album to be released through a major label, the material on the album pre-dates all their other work; tracks 1-7 are originally from their demo tape, and tracks 8-11 are rarities previously performed live, and track 11 was on a compilation honoring music of the '70s. Compilation album by. Letters to Cleo.
Sister is straight pop/rock from the first measure of "I See" to the last beat of Fleetwood Mac 's "Dreams" - a last-chance note of recognition, perhaps, to the brand of '70s FM rock that first influenced so many gen-x musicians. Letters to Cleo had run their musical course for sure, and Sister is a fitting finale to the Boston alt-rock outfit's sturdy, but unremarkable career.
Alben von Letters To Cleo. Veröffentlicht am 1998.
This album has an average beat per minute of 116 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 70/169 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at 112BPM, ends at 121BPM (+9), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Letters to Cleo.
I take a train sister, a bus a brooking down Cheavy Or a plane. I'd walk my sister just to see you there Just to see you again
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- Copyright (c) – Rebecca Lula Records
- Recorded At – HBS Production, Inc.
- Recorded At – Fort Apache North
- Bass – Brian Karp, Rick Griffin* (tracks: B4)
- Booking – Creamer Management*
- Drums – Peter Whitehead, Ted Garland (tracks: B4)
- Engineer – Tim Oheir* (tracks: B4)
- Guitar – Tad Bouve (tracks: B4), Thomas Juliano (tracks: A1-A3, B1-B3)
- Guitar, Written By – Greg McKenna
- Keyboards – Dave Delhomme* (tracks: A1-A3, B1-B3), Scott Lavolsi (tracks: B4)
- Producer, Mixed By – Bernard George (tracks: B4), David Porter (tracks: A1-A3, B1-B3), Rick Griffin* (tracks: B4)
- Written By, Vocals – Kay Hanley
NotesOriginal 1990 cassette release of Sister. Track A3 ("Pete Beat") is unlisted on the J-card tracklisting, but appears both in the lyrics sheet order and on the "This Side" cassette label. Lyrics for "Boy" are not provided.
Some song versions (mixes, and potentially instrument tracks and performers themselves) are different from the 1998 CD reissue. For example, the CD lists "I See", "Sister", and "Never Tell" as having been recorded at Fort Apache South, but the cassette lists HBS Production, Inc. as the primary recording studio for the entire cassette, with only "Never Tell" differing in this; it's listed as having been recorded at Fort Apache North. Greg McKenna is credited with "?" on the cassette (under the "LETTERS 2 CLEO R" listing), while on the CD he's credited with guitars and co-credited with songwriting on all tracks.
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