صداي Allan Taylor منتخب ركوردهاي اوديوفايلي

صداي Allan Taylor منتخب ركوردهاي اوديوفايلي

سه شنبه 19 جولای 2016
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Artist: Allan Taylor
Year Of Release: 1978-2016
Genre: Acoustic, Folk, Folk Rock

Allan Taylor is one of the last of the travelling troubadours who came through the social and artistic revolution of the nineteen sixties and carved out a career as a solo singer-songwriter. Born in Brighton, England in 1945 he experienced the Beatnik times, the Skiffle days, the Mods and Rockers and the early Hippy days, all played out on Brighton Beach. At the age of twenty one he left home and became part of the vibrant folk music of London, playing all of the major folk clubs of the time (for example, the famous Troubadour Club) and then to Greenwich Village, New York, playing legendary clubs such as Gerde’s, The Gaslight, The Bitter End, The Mercer Arts Center. He embraced the issues, images and emotions of his time and used these experiences as the basis of his songs. Signed to the international record company United Artists and recording in London, Nashville and Los Angeles his albums were released world-wide. By the mid-seventies he returned to Europe to live and then started on the second part of his career, having now established his modus operandi – collecting the stories for his songs in the bars and cafes of Europe and throughout the rest of the world.

Albums

1978 – The Traveller [Rubber Records – RUBCD026]
[01] Homestate [03:32]
[02] It’s Your Way [02:54]
[03] Running In A Crowded City [02:56]
[04] The Traveller [04:37]
[05] Lone Pilgrim [03:49]
[06] Land Of The North Wind [04:32]
[07] Cold Hard Town [02:34]
[08] The Ladies Are The Loving Kind [03:58]
[09] Lady Takes Your Time [04:06]
[10] Good To See You [04:25]

1991 – Out Of Time [T. Records – TCD.003] [Remastered]
[01] It’s Good To See You [04:48]
[02] Scene From A Corner Café [06:39]
[03] The Ladies Are The Loving Kind [04:13]
[04] Standing At The Door [04:36]
[05] Roll On The Day [04:15]
[06] Out Of Time [04:34]
[07] Choose Your Time [03:35]
[08] Piaf [04:05]
[09] “Boy” Is A Nation [05:05]
[10] We Must Journey On [05:03]
[11] Angelina’s Cantina [05:00]
[12] Middle Time [04:11]
[13] The Rose And The Briar [03:29]

1996 – Looking For You [Stockfisch Records – SFR 357.6013.2]
[01] The Traveller [04:58]
[02] So Long [04:28]
[03] Looking For You [04:28]
[04] Win Or Lose [05:04]
[05] The Veteran [04:34]
[06] The Dove [03:08]
[07] Restless [04:28]
[08] Joseph [03:56]
[09] Misty On The Water [03:37]
[10] Cold Hard Town [03:18]
[11] Crazy Man [03:39]
[12] Hard To Tell [02:13]

2000 – Colour To The Moon [Stockfisch Records – SFR 357.6021.2]
[01] Kerouac’s Dream [03:57]
[02] A House By The River [02:42]
[03] A Road Too Long [04:08]
[04] Back Again [03:27]
[05] Notes From Paris [04:49]
[06] Wheel Of Fortune [03:49]
[07] Brighton Beach [04:25]
[08] Colour To The Moon [04:34]
[09] Creole Girl [06:19]
[10] Whatever The Way [03:32]
[11] Crazy Amsterdam [03:34]
[12] Scotty [03:23]

2003) Hotels & Dreamers [Stockfisch Records – SFR 357.6028.2]
[01] The Beat Hotel [06:58]
[02] The Stranger [03:46]
[03] Frenchtown [04:49]
[04] Los Compañeros [06:11]
[05] For Those We Knew [03:55]
[06] Running On Dreams [05:22]
[07] The Mission Hotel [04:54]
[08] For What It’s Worth [04:53]
[09] Some Dreams [04:30]
[10] Pearls And Wine [04:01]
[11] When Time Is Short [05:54]

2007 – Old Friends – New Roads [Stockfisch Records – SFR 357.6047.2]
[01] Chimes At Midnight [04:06]
[02] For An Old Friend [03:23]
[03] Urban Love Song [04:35]
[04] The Meadow [04:15]
[05] Homestate [03:51]
[06] The Morning Lies Heavy [03:25]
[07] Syracuse And Albany [03:06]
[08] Now You Know [02:43]
[09] Let Me Be [03:28]
[10] Flower In The Snow [02:44]
[11] Like I Used To Do [03:58]
[12] Lady Take Your Time [03:51]

2009 – Leaving At Dawn [Stockfisch Records – SFR 357.4057.2]
[01] Winter [03:53]
[02] The Almost Man [06:31]
[03] Back Home To You [04:42]
[04] Provence [03:45]
[05] Firefly [06:07]
[06] Lay Soft On Your Pillow [04:05]
[07] New York In The Seventies [06:09]
[08] The Last Of The Privateers [05:42]
[09] Leaving At Dawn [04:19]
[10] It Could Have Been [03:36]
[11] Make Another Turn [05:07]
[12] Red On Green [03:45]

2010 – Songs For The Road [Stockfisch Records – SFR 357.9010.2]
[01] Dedicated To … [03:53]
[02] A Promise And A Porsche [06:31]
[03] Let The Music Flow [04:42]
[04] Dancing On A Saturday Night [03:45]
[05] Midnight Call [06:07]

2013 – All Is One [Stockfisch Records – SFR 357.4078.2]
[01] Endless Highway [04:49]
[02] Let The Music Flow [05:29]
[03] All Is One [07:31]
[04] We Stood As One [05:34]
[05] I Followed Her Into The West [04:31]
[06] One Last Smile [05:00]
[07] Plenty For The Few [04:36]
[08] The Sky [08:39]
[09] Like A Cloud (Canzone Del Ripensamento) [03:26]
[10] The Best I Can [02:22]

2016 – There Was A Time [Stockfisch Records – SFR 357.9015.2]
[01] Chimes At Midnight [04:59]
[02] For Those We Knew [03:53]
[03] Down The Years I Travelled… [04:55]
[04] For What It’s Worth [04:43]
[05] The Merlin Café [06:04]
[06] Provence [04:24]
[07] There Was A Time [04:28]
[08] Joseph [04:33]
[09] Win Or Lose [05:53]
[10] Winter [05:14]
[11] Red On Green [03:47]
[12] The Beggar [04:11]

Compilations

1998 – Sometimes/The Lady [BGO Records – BGOCD390]
[01] Sometimes [04:58]
[02] Searching For Lambs [04:28]
[03] Nursery Tale [04:28]
[04] Robin Hood [05:04]
[05] Song For Kathy [04:34]
[06] Swallow Swallow [03:08]
[07] Scarlet And Grey [04:28]
[08] Our Captain Cried All Hands [03:56]
[09] Tudor Pop [03:37]
[10] The Leaves Of Spring [03:18]
[11] The Pied Piper [03:39]
[12] The Kiss [02:13]
[13] Belfast ’71 [02:13]
[14] Still He Sings [02:13]
[15] The Morning Lies Heavy [02:13]
[16] Something’s Changed [02:13]
[17] Let Me Be [02:13]
[18] The Boy And The Mantle [02:13]
[19] The Lady [02:13]
[20] Cain [02:13]
[21] Simple Song [02:13]
[22] My Lady [02:13]

2012 – Down The Years I Travelled … [Stockfisch Records – SFR 357.9013.2]
CD1:
[01] Down The Years I Travelled [04:03]
[02] Win Or Lose [05:28]
[03] Choose Your Time [03:09]
[04] Golden Island [04:24]
[05] There Was A Time [03:15]
[06] Songdance [03:26]
[07] Jimmy’s Song [03:18]
[08] Gently Does It [04:06]
[09] Banjo Man [04:55]
[10] Chimes At Midnight [05:20]
[11] Boy Becomes The Man [03:43]
CD2:
[01] Maybe Another Day [05:29]
[02] Cry From The Heart [05:31]
[03] Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right [04:29]
[04] So Long [04:40]
[05] Let It Come, Let It Go [04:43]
[06] The Merlin Café [04:16]
[07] Carried On The Wind [04:28]
[08] Come Home Safely To Me [03:27]
[09] Let’s Go To Paris [04:30]
[10] Across The Borderline [04:14]

Live

2013 – Old Friends In Concert [Universal Music Group – 06025 3726777]
[01] Heute Hier, Morgen Dort / Day To Day [04:41]
[02] Ansage [01:40]
[03] Los Compañeros [05:38]
[04] Schwestern, Brüder / What’s The Life Of A Man? [03:26]
[05] Banjo Man [05:10]
[06] Kleine Stadt / The Town I Loved So Well [05:03]
[07] Leaving At Dawn [04:35]
[08] Ansage [00:50]
[09] Es Ist An Der Zeit / The Green Fields Of France [05:32]
[10] Unterwegs Nach Süden [05:16]
[11] Kerouac’s Dream [04:22]
[12] Ansage [01:04]
[13] Gut Wieder Hier Zu Sein / It’s Good To See You [05:21]
[14] Sag Mir, Wo Die Blumen Sind / Where Have All The Flowers Gone [04:35]
[15] I’m Going Home [05:59]
[16] Dat Du Min Leevsten Büst / Night Visiting Song [02:57]
[17] Schon So Lang / Been On The Road So Long [04:53]

Wheel Of Fortune

There’s a drag queen preaching Jesus in the middle of the square
A young kid playing “Yesterday” on a Japanese guitar
There’s a loser on the talk show, he wants to be a star
And Sharon sings for Wayne in a karaoke bar

There’s a superstar who fell from grace, he has to tell it all
About the dizzy heights he rose to and his ignominious fall
Infamy or fame, it’s the same for one and all
We’re just trying to get attention in this suburban shopping mall

In this suburban shopping mall, another shopping mall
We’re just trying to get attention in this suburban shopping mall

Everybody’s got their price, in that there is no shame
Everyone will sell their soul for a minute or two of fame
We’re playing wheel of fortune, life is just a game
Some will win, some will lose, but we all end up the same

We will all end up the same, we will all end up the same
Some will win, some will lose, but we all end up the same

Will the drag queen find Jesus, and what will Jesus wear
Will the faded star redeem himself, become a millionaire
Will Wayne marry Sharon, will they make the perfect pair
Another joke, another tragedy, does anybody care

Does anybody care, does anybody care
Another joke, another tragedy, does anybody care

 

All Is One

One frozen smile, one dying fall
One crooked mile, one Wailing Wall
One broken vow, divides the few
Too late somehow to make anew

One bird in spring, come summer soon
Young lovers sing a simple tune
Too young to know how dreams are brief
And come to fall, one autumn leaf

One final dance unites us all
One grand romance before we fall
One stands alone when all is gone
When one is all and all is one

One river flows, one endless sea
One never knows how it should be
One hopeless love, one more lost cause
One velvet glove to close the doors

One backward glance, one fare-thee-well
One more chance in a wishing well
One helpless call, one road too far
We lose it all, for what we are

One final dance,

One grain of sand, one falling star
One crippled hand, one old guitar
One tune will end, one song begins
We fly again on broken wings

One traitor’s kiss , one twisted knife
One night of bliss, one wasted life
One final hour, one second more
One faded flower thrown to the floor

One final dance,

One letter burned, one memory lost
One gift returned, one lover crossed
One open wound, one bleeding heart
One comes around, one plaays the part

One life is short, one cannot stay
One must depart, one fades away
One runs the course, one tries in vain
One shows remorse and tries again

One final dance unites us all
One grand romance before we fall
One stands alone when all is gone
When one is all and all is one
And all is one, and all is one

Allan and Johnny at Skagen Festival 2009

One Last Smile

Red On Green

Now all is gone
Only words remain
Words I write to you my love
One last sweet refrain

When the order came
Early in the dawn
Soldiers into battle
Falling one by one

Then I stood alone
I knew it was my turn
Falling into darkness
Never to return

No more will I see the light that dances in your eyes
No more watch the flowers bloom when fleeting swallows fly
And the last light of the summer has faded away
Gone forever, gone forever more

Blood red on green
Colours that I wear
I am calling out your name
Can you hear
I am calling out your name
Can you hear

Provence

I see you in a white dress, your hair blows in the wind
You’re walking barefoot in the grass, summer’s come again
Fields of sweet lavender, Provence in the sun
All is forgiven, all is one

I will sit and watch you, I will paint the scene
I will trace the outline and the colours inbetween
We’ll lie on a blanket and picnic in the sun
All is forgiven, all is one

When the light begins to fade at the end of day
There’s no need to be afraid
We can always turn away

One day we’ll remember how it used to be
How I stood alone in your affections and you were everything to me
Our time is not over, a new day has begun
And all is forgiven, all is one

When the light begins to fade at the end of day
There’s no need to be afraid
We can always turn away

I see you in a white dress, your hair blows in the wind

2 Comments

  1. امیر حسین سه شنبه 19 جولای 2016 17:13

    تشکر آقای اعتمادی

  2. کسری اعتمادی چهار شنبه 20 جولای 2016 12:05

    خواهش ميكنم.خوشحال ميشم از تجربياتتون در اين زمينه استفاده كنم.

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