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Scott Walker -A side 'I still see you' released 1971 (the theme tune written by Michel Legrand to the British Film 'The Go-Between') ; B-side 'My Way Home'.
Scott Walker of the Walker Brothers is one of England's great singer-songwriters, with a career spanning decades.
Scott was the début solo album by Scott Walker, originally released in the United Kingdom on Philips Records in 1967. The album received both strong commercial success as well as critical praise, hitting No. 3 on the UK Albums Chart. This album, alongside Scott 2, features Phil Spector's "Wall of Sound" recording technique, Scott 3 and Scott 4 however do not.
Tilt is the twelfth studio album by the American solo artist Scott Walker. It was released on 8 May 1995 and reached number 27 on the UK albums chart. No singles were released from the album. It was Walker's first studio album in eleven years. Walker composed the songs for the album between 1991 and 1992 except "Manhattan", which was written in 1987, and the final song "Rosary", which was composed in 1993.
Photograph: Jamie Hawkesworth. As Scott Walker publishes Sundog, a book of his lyrics, he talks about big-budget burnout, his debt to Britain, and why he’s a huge fan of FKA twigs. Scott Walker dies aged 76. by Alex Clark. Just as other artists might start to reach for easy nostalgia or see their creativity wane, Walker strikes out into avant-garde territory for this disturbing, dramatic record. He lets his voice off the leash into ever greater vibrato and wailing freedom, on the way to accidentally creating a parallel vision for post-rock.
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I Still See You. Written-By – Hal Shaper, Michel Legrand. Tracks: 1-5 & 1-19 from the Scott Walker album 'Til The Band Comes In' (1970). Track: 2-5 'A' side of the Scott Walker single 'I Still See You' (Love-Theme from the film 'The Go Between') (1971). Tracks: 2-7, 2-9, 2-11, 2-12, 2-21 & 2-22 from the Scott Walker album 'The Moviegoer' (1972). Tracks: 2-1, 2-2, 2-16, 2-18, 2-20 from the Scott Walker album 'Any Day Now' (1973). Loss Of Love' was released in 1972, not 1969. Similarly, 'The Me I Never Knew' was released in 1973, not 1969
For fans that already own these albums, it's absurd. The recordings are, of course, "remastered," which I can discern only in fleeting moments. Still, there are worse artists to focus the effort on. In a 2008 interview with the Guardian, Walker blamed some of his ugly output in the 1970s on label pressures to "stay in the game"- a convenient story coming from an artist, but if there's any truth to it, The Collection is a simple but elegant way of repaying some of the debt.
Scott Walker (Noel Scott Engel, January 9, 1943 - March 22, 2019) was an American-born singer-songwriter, composer and record producer. He is noted for his distinctive baritone voice and for the unorthodox career path which has taken him from 1960s pop icon to 21st century avant-garde musician. Originally coming to fame in the mid-1960s singing orchestral pop ballads as the frontman of The Walker Brothers, Walker went on to a solo career balancing a light entertainment/MOR ballad approach with increasing artistic innovations in arrangement and writing perspective.