Label: [pias] - PIASB437CD • Format: CD Album • Country: Belgium • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock
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6 thought on “ Anyone Else - Few Bits - Big Sparks (CD, Album) ”
Order it ftom the official Sparks merchandise website as Amazon stupidly does not list it. Thanks petsecounpacoresinategiquarturt.coinfo Sparks have released over 20 albums. Two Cds just skims the surface. This is a bit of a superficial overview but better than nothing. No way I would give this five stars as the other reviewer did. Spend the bucks on the 4 Cd boxed set /5(42).
Something Else by The Kinks was first released in September It is a bit of a transitional album with the band's then producer Shel Talmy leaving early on and Ray Davies taking over production duties as he would for the rest of the band's run. The original release is a fantastic album from beginning to end/5().
Berlin band Few Bits move to [Pias] for their sophomore album of doped up and hazed out jangly, shoe-focused, indie pop. On songs like Anyone Else there’s a 90s teen flick nostalgia going on here, there’s angst but it’s all a bit soft focused, while Summer Sun sits 8/10(1).
Plus, throw in a bit of psychedelia ("midsummer daydream" is a good example), and you have that great Beachwood Sparks sound. But anyone who's heard their album "Beachwood Sparks" (especially) will know what I mean about the overall sound of this album. And that's not /5(8).
Live album released in , after Joplin's death, as a double-LP record. The first record contains performances with Big Brother and the Holding Company and the second with the Full Tilt Boogie Band, recorded at various locations in and
12 x 5, twelve songs by five guys that must be taken in the context of a world on the cusp of change, a world just a few years into the future that would be splashed by the big wave, the psychedelic wave, where nothing and no one would ever be the same again. Listening to this album today, the songs sound rather tame, yet there’s a door in the back of my head that I open from time to time.