- Performer Emma Sharpe & The Features
- Title Remember My Jealousy
- Date of release 1983
- Style Synth-pop, Pop Rock
- Other formats VQF MOD MPC VOX DMF MP1 AHX
- Genre Rock / Pop
- Size MP3 1146 mb
- Size FLAC 1797 mb
- Rating: 4.4
- Votes: 164
Some of you may remember back in October, I posted this Emma Sharpe & the Features song called I'm Not Crying, which is an absolutely perfect song in my eyes. And, pretty much if you follow me anywhere online you probably know that I have a huge crush on Emma Sharpe and I don't understand why more people aren't obsessed with this. In the course of my daily rummaging online today, I revisited this record and found some videos I hadn't come across before of her performing live and fuck, they are adorable. So, go watch them: HERE. And, Christ, this one HERE If these.
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So, if you have been with me for a while, you will know how much I love Emma Sharpe & the Features who hailed out of Brighton starting around 1979. And if you've seen me and you've seen her you probably get part of the attraction.
We started ‘Remember To Remember’ in Louisiana a few years ago, explains Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros’s Jade Castrinos. Some of the lyrics burst out as the music was being written, and some were taken from a little prayer I wrote. It’s a song of perseverance. Taking a lead on the track – from their third self-titled longplayer – Castrinos’ performance offers one of the record’s highlights. Remember to Remember’ pitches a quirky and commanding Joplin-meets-Slick vocal alongside a psych-inked, hazy production that, in turn, nurtures and drives the track
If I Could Only Remember My Name is the debut solo album by David Crosby, released in February 1971 on Atlantic Records. It was one of four high-profile albums released by each member of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young in the wake of their chart-topping Déjà Vu album (along with Stephen Stills, Songs for Beginners, and After the Gold Rush). It peaked at on the Billboard 200 and earned a RIAA gold certification for selling over 500,000 copies in the United States.
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