Andrew Chalk - Blue Eyes Of The March download flac
11. Only You Can Save Me. Released March 23rd, 2002. Gaga Goodies, Poko Rekords. Paris Kills (Remastered 2006).
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Andrew Chalk has been active since 1985 as Ferial Confine and has worked with many associates over the years, such as David Jackman (in Organum), Vortex Campaign, New Blockaders, Darren Tate (2) (in Ora), Giancarlo Toniutti, Jonathan Coleclough, and Christoph Heemann (in Mirror). He has also released releases under his own name, on labels such as Robot Records, Siren Records, Christoph Heemann's Streamline label and his own Faraway Press label.
The Velvet Underground is the self-titled third studio album by American rock band the Velvet Underground. Released in March 1969, it was their first record with Doug Yule, who was a replacement for John Cale. Recorded in 1968 at TTG Studios in Hollywood, California, the album's sound-consisting largely of ballads and straightforward rock songs-marked a notable shift in style from the band's previous recordings.
The Eyes of Blue started out as a jazz and rhythm & blues-oriented outfit (Graham Bond wrote the notes for their first album), doing songs in that vein as well as less well-suited material such as "Yesterday. They were initially signed to Decca's progressive rock imprint Deram Records, and cut a series of excellent but neglected singles, and then moved to Mercury, where they concentrated on albums, enjoying their greatest musical if not commercial success.
Andrew Bird - Fiery Crash. Но ты скоро в нее вернешься (и продолжишь свой путь). Little girl (with blue eyes). Маленькая девочка (с голубыми глазами). There's a hole in your heart and one between your legs. Face down on the pavement, chalk lines round your little hands. Ты лежишь лицом вниз на тротуаре, твои распластанные руки обведены мелом.
Pale Blue Eyes is a song written by Lou Reed for The Velvet Underground’s 1969 album, The Velvet Underground. The song was written for Reed’s first serious girlfriend and true love, Shelley Albin. Although Shelley wasn’t married and did not have blue eyes (details he changed to make the song work), he tried many times to get her back, and therefore what he had but couldn’t keep. Lou Reed by Anthony DeCurtis, page 49). "Pale Blue Eyes" Track Info. Release Date March 1, 1969.
NotesFirst edition in handmade cover, some copies with an obi in chalk paper.
Second regular CD edition in handmade cover packaged in mini LP-style gatefold jacket.
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