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Percussion City - The Soul Bad Babies flac album

Percussion City - The Soul Bad Babies flac album
  • Performer Percussion City
  • Title The Soul Bad Babies
  • Date of release 1996
  • Style House
  • Other formats FLAC DTS VQF WAV MP2 APE MP4
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 1620 mb
  • Size FLAC 1707 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 291

Van McCoy & The Soul City Symphony. 50+ видео Воспроизвести все. Воспроизвести. Микс – Van McCoy & The Soul City Symphony ‎– Disco Baby (Vinyl)YouTube.

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Bad is the seventh studio album by American singer and songwriter Michael Jackson. It was released on August 31, 1987 in the United States by Epic Records and internationally by CBS Records, nearly five years after Jackson's previous album, Thriller. Bad was written and recorded over more than three and a half years, and was the final collaboration between Jackson and producer Quincy Jones. Jackson co-produced the album and composed all but two tracks.

The Babies begins with Run Me Over, a playful guitar ditty that develops into a wall of distortion, groovy basslines, pounding percussion, and tambourine. The whole package takes you on a ride–alongside lofty background vocals wailing, a grungy guitar solo, and tag-teamed vocals nearly shouting Why you gotta run me over?/Why you gotta run me down?/Took me apart, put me back together/And didn’t like what you found, vividly painting pictures of lovers and summers past  . Playing like a potential future Best Coast/Wavves collaboration, Morby takes the vocal lead with Ramone on lofty, reverberated back-ups.

Born out of the friendship of Woods bassist Kevin Morby and Vivian Girls singer/guitarist Cassie Ramone, the Babies' first album is not too surprisingly a pretty convincing amalgam of the two bands' sounds. From Woods come jangling, slightly stoned indie rock tunes; the fuzz and sugary clatter come from Vivian Girls.

Studio album by Beverley Knight. The album was titled Music City Soul to reflect the fact that Knight has returned to her soul and gospel roots The album was preceded by the single "No Man's Land" on 30 April 2007.

The Babies recorded their self-titled debut at Brooklyn's Rear House with Woods' Jarvis Taveniere, and the backroom vibe present on most of his productions turns up here as well. Point being, the temptation to put The Babies together in your mind before you've even heard it can overwhelm any reservation of judgment. The reality, it turns out, is often more interesting than the sum of its parts. Take "Breakin' the Law", an outlaw's honeymoon trip with a hook so worn-in you'd think it was a cover. Ramone deadpans while Morby fills in the melody. Meet Me in the City" taps the pure ripchord energy and guy-gal vocal multiplication of Wild Gift-era X, while closer "Caroline" ends with a shout-along only a bit less rousing than the similarly-named Neil Diamond tune.