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دوشنبه 27 مارس 2017
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سال 1983 مارك نافلر آلبوم زيبايي منتشر ميكنه براي فيلم  Local Hero كه در اون آلبوم ترانه مشتركي داره با “جري رافرتي” به نام The Way It Always Starts .

Gerry Rafferty اولين آلبوم سولوي خودش رو (تحت تاثيرموسيقي بيتلز و باب ديلن) سال 1971 منتشر ميكنه و در طي سالها فعاليت علاوه بر خوانندگي در زمينه هاي مختلف همچون نوازندگي گيتار، پيانو و ساكسيفون هم تواناييش رو به اثبات مي رسونه.

جري رافرتي در سال 2009 (دو سال قبل از مرگ) آلبوم زيباي Life Goes On رو به بازار عرضه ميكنه. ترك هايي ازين اثر رو باتفاق مي شنويم.

Dont Speak Of My Heart

 

Its Easy To Talk

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David Knopfler

دوشنبه 2 ژانویه 2017
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هر بار آلبوم On Every Street گروه Dire Straits رو گوش مي كنم حسرت به دل مي مونم كه چرا اين گروه بايد پس از خلق اثري به اين زيبايي كه به نظرم شاهكار موسيقي دوران خودش هم محسوب ميشه، دچار فروپاشي بشه.درسته كه مغز متفكر گروه يعني مارك نافلر از اون زمان تا الان آلبومهاي انفرادي خوبي هم روانه بازار كرده ولي به نظر مياد موفقيت اون آلبوم تكرار نشدنيه.مارك برادر كوچكتري داره به نام ديويد كه بعد از انتشار دومين آلبوم گروه Dire Straits به نام communique در سال 1979 گروه رو ترك ميكنه و سرگرم تهيه آلبومهاي انفرادی خودش ميشه و تا الان كارهاي متعددی رو ضبط كرده که ارزش موسیقایی قابل توجهي هم دارند، آلبومهايی همچون” cut the wire 1985 ” ، ” life lines 1991 ” و “small mercies 1995 ”

STUDIO ALBUMS

David Knopfler, Grace mp3Grace
2015
David Knopfler, Made In Germany mp3Made In Germany
2013
David Knopfler, Acoustic (with Harry Bogdanovs) mp3Acoustic (with Harry Bogdanovs)
2011
David Knopfler, Songs For The Siren mp3Songs For The Siren
2006
David Knopfler, Ship Of Dreams mp3Ship Of Dreams
2004
David Knopfler, Lifelines mp3Lifelines
1991
David Knopfler, Cut The Wire mp3Cut The Wire
1986
David Knopfler, Behind The Lines mp3Behind The Lines
1985

ديويد نافلر اخيرا آلبومي زيبا منتشر كرده به نام Grace كه ترك هايي از اين آلبوم رو با هم ميشنويم.

 Nickels And Dimes

 

Honey Tastes Sweet

 

Sullivan

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Who Will Light Your Path

یکشنبه 23 اکتبر 2016
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اگه خاطرتون باشه درشروع فعاليت مجدد اين بخش اشاره كرديم به اينكه  هدفمون معرفي و به نوعي كشف صداهاي ناشناخته است و سعي ميكنيم حتي به قيمت طولاني شدن فاصله زماني مطالب سايت به هدفمون پايبند باشيم.

چند روزيه كه صداي استثنايي “كريس اكمن”  كه به تعبير من لحن و سبك دلنشين “آلن تيلور و راجر واترز” رو براي شنونده تداعي ميكنه ذهنمو شديدا مشغول كرده و سبك زيباي “اكمن” انتخاب چند ترانه ازكارهايش رو دشواركرده.

Chris Eckman is one of the founding members of the Seattle band The Walkabouts. He is credited as songwriter/composer, vocals, guitar, piano, synthesizer of the band. In 1983, while at Whitman College, he met and began collaborating with Carla Torgerson. After moving back to Seattle, Washington, in 1984, they formed the band with Chris’ two younger brothers, Grant (drums) and Curt (bass). In 1993, he and Carla began the acoustic-folk duo Chris & Carla.

Albums
A Janela 1999

The Bambi Molesters 2003

The Black Field ‎2004

Novi Svet ‎2005

The Last Side Of The Mountain  2008

Harney County 2013

Who Will Light Your Path

Chris Eckman feat Anita Lipnicka
Who will light your path
Through the night?
When you travel the marshes
Toward which light
Will you turn your eyes?

When you hang in the void,
To whom will you call?
When you have no pillow,
Where will you
Lay your head?
Who will light
Your path
Through the night,
Toward what light
Will you turn?

The night is full of sounds,
But can you recognize
The right one?

The night is full of lights,
But which light
Is the light of your eyes?

And who casts the hook
For night waters
Into your mouth?

Who follows you close
As you go
Along your way?

Which teeth, white and rabid
From loneliness and hunger
Sink into your flesh?

Who will cut the ties?
Oh, what a sharp
Invisible knife

Who will wait for you
At the crossroads?
At midnight
Toward what light
Will you turn?

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pirates & clowns

 

Crystalline

 

Why Can’t I Touch It

 

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نيك كيو و روايت مرگ فرزند

شنبه 10 سپتامبر 2016
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روز قبل آلبوم جديد Nick Cave به نام Skeleton Tree در فضايي محزون و وهم آلود و متاثر از مرگ فرزندش در اثر حادثه سقوط از صخره اي در برايتون انگليس منتشر شد.نيك كيو معتقد است: وقتی فاجعه‌ای رخ می‌دهد، شما از فردی آشنا تبدیل به آدمی ناشناس می‌شوید و وقتی در آینه به خودتان نگاه می‌کنید، می‌توانید آدمی را که قبلا بودید، تشخیص دهید، اما فردی که درون آن پوست‌ومو زندگی می‌کند، شخصی کاملا متفاوت است.

Nicholas EdwardNickCave (born 22 September 1957) is an Australian musician, songwriter, author, screenwriter, composer and occasional film actor. He is best known as the frontman of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, established in 1983, a group known for its diverse output and ever-evolving line-up. Prior to this, he fronted the Birthday Party, one of the most extreme and confrontational post-punk bands of the early 1980s.[1] In 2006, he formed thegarage rock band Grinderman, releasing its debut album the following year.

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds

Studio Albums:

1984 : From Her to Eternity

1985 : The Firstborn Is Dead

1986 : Kicking Against the Pricks

1986 : Your Funeral… My Trial

1988 : Tender Prey

1990 : The Good Son

1992 : Henry’s Dream

1994 : Let Love In

1996 : Murder Ballads

1997 : The Boatman’s Call

2001 : No More Shall We Part

2003 : Nocturama

2004 : Abattoir Blues/The Lyre of Orpheus

2008 : Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!

2013 : Push the Sky Away

2016 : Skeleton Tree

 
Skeleton Tree

Sunday morning, skeleton tree
Oh, nothing is for free
In the window, a candle
Well, maybe you can see
Fallen leaves thrown across the sky
A jittery TV

Glowing white like fire
Nothing is for free
I called out, I called out
Right across the sea
But the echo comes back in, dear
And nothing is for free

Sunday morning, skeleton tree
Pressed against the sky
The jittery TV
Glowing white like fire
And I called out, I called out
Right across the sea
I called out, I called out
That nothing is for free

And it’s alright now
And it’s alright now
And it’s alright now

Distant Sky

[Verse 1: Nick Cave]
Let us go now, my one true love
Call the gasman, cut the power out
We can set out, we can set out for the distant skies
Watch the sun, watch it rising in your eyes

[Verse 2: Else Torp]
Let us go now, my darling companion
Set out for the distant skies
See the sun, see it rising
See it rising, rising in your eyes

[Verse 3: Nick Cave]
They told us our gods would outlive us
They told us our dreams would outlive us
[Verse 4: Else Torp]
Let us go now, my only companion
Set out for the distant skies
Soon the children will be rising, will be rising
This is not for our eyes

 

 Image resultWhere The Wild Roses Grow

They call me The Wild Rose
But my name was Eliza Day
Why they call me it I do not know
For my name was Eliza Day

From the first day I saw her I knew she was the one
She stared in my eyes and smiled
For her lips were the colour of the roses
That grew down the river, all bloody and wild

When he knocked on my door and entered the room
My trembling subsided in his sure embrace
He would be my first man, and with a careful hand
He wiped at the tears that ran down my face

They call me The Wild Rose
But my name was Eliza Day
Why they call me that I do not know
For my name was Eliza Day

On the second day I brought her a flower
She was more beautiful than any woman I’ve seen
I said: “Do you know where the wild roses grow
So sweet and scarlet and free?”

On the second day he came with a single red rose
He said: “Will you give me your loss and your sorrow?”
I nodded my head, as I lay on the bed
“If I show you the roses will you follow?”

They call me The Wild Rose
But my name was Eliza Day
Why they call me that I do not know
For my name was Eliza Day

On the third day he took me to the river
He showed me the roses and we kissed
And the last thing I heard was a muttered word
As he knelt above me with a rock in his fist

On the last day I took her where the wild roses grow
She lay on the bank, the wind lied as a thief
And I kissed her goodbye, said “All beauty must die”
And I lent down and planted a rose between her teeth

They call me The Wild Rose
But my name was Eliza Day
Why they call me it I do not know
For my name was Eliza Day

My name was Eliza Day
For my name was Eliza Day

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Nothing Lasts Forever

دوشنبه 8 آگوست 2016
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گستره دنياي فولك و كانتري هر لحظه ما رو به كشف صدايي ناب و منحصر به فرد ترغيب ميكنه.”چارلي لندزبرو” هم براي من يه كشف جديده.صدايي كه قدرت و زيبايي اون مبهوتمون ميكنه و جالبه كه بالا رفتن سن و سال چارلي به جذابيت صداش افزوده خصوصيتي كه شامل حال بسياري از كانتري خونها ميشه.آخرين آلبوم استوديويي لندزبرو سال 2009 منتشر شده به نام “Nothing Lasts Forever ”  كه اميدوارم پايان فعاليت هنريش نباشه. حيفم اومد تجربه شنيداريم رو با شما به اشتراك نذارم.

Charlie Landsborough (born Charles Alexander Landsborough, 26 October 1941) is a British country and folk musician and singer-songwriter. He started singing professionally in the 1970s, although his major success didn’t come until 1994 with his song “What Colour is the Wind” and since the hit in 1994 he is now one of the UK’s top country acts. He is also popular in Ireland, Australia and New Zealand

Charlie Landsborough, Nothing Lasts Forever mp3Nothing Lasts Forever

2009
Charlie Landsborough, Under Blue Skies mp3Under Blue Skies
2008
Charlie Landsborough, The Storyteller mp3The Storyteller
2007
Charlie Landsborough, Heart & Soul mp3Heart & Soul
2006
Charlie Landsborough, My Heart Would Know mp3My Heart Would Know
2005
Charlie Landsborough, Reflections mp3Reflections
2003
Charlie Landsborough, Smile mp3Smile
2003
Charlie Landsborough, Movin' On mp3Movin’ On
2002
Charlie Landsborough, Once In A While mp3Once In A While
2001
Charlie Landsborough, Still Can't Say Goodbye mp3Still Can’t Say Goodbye
1999
Charlie Landsborough, What Colour Is The Wind mp3What Colour Is The Wind
1994
speed of the sound of loneliness

You come home late and you come home early
You come home big, when you’re feelin’ small
You come home straight and you come home curly
Sometimes you don’t come home at all

So what in the world’s come over you?
And what in Heaven’s name have you done?
You’ve broken the speed of the sound of loneliness
You’re out there runnin’, just to be on the run

Well, I’ve got a heart that burns with a fever
And I’ve got a worried and a jealous mind
How can a love, that will last forever
Get left so far behind?

So what in the world’s come over you?
What in Heaven’s name have you done?
You’ve broken the speed of the sound of loneliness
You’re out there runnin’, just to be on the run

It’s a mighty mean and a dreadful sorrow
Crossed the evil line today
How can you asked about tomorrow?
We ain’t got one word to say

So what in the world’s come over you?
What in Heaven’s name have you done?
You’ve broken the speed of the sound of loneliness
You’re out there runnin’, just to be on the run

So what in the world’s come over you?
And what in Heaven’s name have you done?
You’ve broken the speed of the sound of loneliness
You’re out there runnin’, just to be on the run

You’re out there runnin’, just to be on the run
You’re out there runnin’, just to be on the run

I Wish It Was Me

I wonder whose having my perfect night,
Standing where I used to be,
Tasting your sweet kind of dynamite,
Oh how I wish it was me.

Some one is having their dream come true,
Living my fantasy,
Some one is falling in love with you,
Oh how I wish it was me.

Somebody else is sailing my ship through a star spangled sky,
Some body else is melting your ways as the hours go by,
Heaven knows I wish it was me.

Some one is looking into your eyes,
Seeing what I used to see,
Lost in your spell as the evening dies,
Oh how I wish it was me.

As the hours go on by heaven knows I wish it was me.

I wonder whose having my perfect night,
Standing where I used to be,
Tasting your sweet kind of dynamite,
Oh how I wish it was me.
Oh how I wish it was me.

When You Were Sweet Sixteen

Since first I saw the love light
In your eyes
I thought the world
Held not but joy for me
And even though
We’ve drifted far apart
I never dream
But what I dreamed of you

I love you
As I never loved before
Since first I saw you on the village green
Come to me
Or my dream of love is all
I love you
As I loved you
When you were sweet
When you were sweet sixteen

Since first I saw the love light
In your eyes
I thought the world
Held not but joy for me
And even though
We’ve drifted far apart
I never dream
But what I dreamed of you

I love you
As I never loved before
Since first I saw you on the village green
Come to me
Or my dream of love is all
I love you
As I loved you
When you were sweet
When you were sweet sixteen

Walking On My Memories

Walking down the street
By the house we knew
Weeds command the garden where
Our roses grew
Children I don’t know
Climb our apple tree
And scar the bark
That bears the mark
Of your sweet love for me
No one sees an old man cry
As he starts to say goodbye
Won’t someone up there tell them please?
They’re walking on my memories
CHORUS
Sweet memories
The after glow
Of love be long ago
The window where she stood
And waved to me each day
Now fades another while I roam
The years away
See things as they were
Our love it used to be
I’m glad those smiling eyes can’t see
What time has done to me?
No one sees an old mans tears
And when his heartbreaks no one hears
Won’t someone up there tell them please?
They’re walking on my memories
Chorus 2 times and fade the 3rd time

 

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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

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معرفي آلبوم-نغمه جادويي تيم هاردين

دوشنبه 11 جولای 2016
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سادگي و در عين حال زيبايي سبك “فولك” حيرت انگيزه .
حيفم اومد لذتي رو كه بعد از شنيدن ترانه هاي “تيم هاردين” به من دست ميده با دوستان تقسيم نكنم.

 


Birth name James Timothy Hardin
Also known as Tim Hardin
Born December 23, 1941
Eugene, Oregon, US
Died December 29, 1980 (aged 39)
Los Angeles, California, US
Genres Folk
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter
Instruments Vocals, guitar, piano
Years active 1964–1980
Labels Verve, Columbia

Discography

  • 1966: Tim Hardin 1 (Verve Forecast FT/FTS 3004)
  • 1967: Tim Hardin 2 (Verve Forecast FT/FTS 3022)
  • 1967: This Is Tim Hardin (demos recorded 1963/64) (ATCO 33–210)
  • 1968: Tim Hardin 3 Live in Concert (Verve Forecast FTS 3049)
  • 1969: Tim Hardin 4 (Verve Forecast FTS 3064)
  • 1969: The Best of Tim Hardin (Verve Forecast FTS3078)
  • 1969: Suite for Susan Moore and Damion: We Are One, One, All in One (Columbia CS 9787)
  • 1971: Bird on a Wire (Columbia CK-30551)
  • 1972: Painted Head (Columbia CK-31764)
  • 1973: Nine (Antilles AN-7023)
  • 1981: Unforgiven (San Francisco Sound SFS 10810)
  • 1981: The Tim Hardin Memorial Album (Polygram PD-1-6333)
  • 1981: The Shock of Grace (CBS Columbia PC37164)
  • 1981: The Homecoming Concert (Line LICD 9.00040)
  • 1990: Reason to Believe (The Best Of) (Polydor 833954)
  • 1994: Hang on to a Dream: The Verve Recordings (Polydor 521583)
  • 1996: Simple Songs of Freedom: The Tim Hardin Collection (Legacy /Sony 64858)
  • 2000: Person to Person: The Essential, Classic Hardin 1963–1980 (Raven)
  • 2002: 20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection: The Best of Tim Hardin (Polydor)
  • 2002: Black Sheep Boy: An Introduction to Tim Hardin (Universal International)
  • 2007: Through the Years 1964–1966 (Lilith)Tim Hardin
    Tim Hardin 
    It'll never happen again
    
    Cmaj7 Fmaj7        Cmaj7       Fmaj7
        I remember our first affair
    Cmaj7    Fmaj7   Cmaj7 Fmaj7  Cmaj7         Fmaj7
      All the pain, always rain   around my eyes
                 Em7
    It'll never happen again
    Fmaj7        Em7    Cmaj7   Dm7 
    It'll never happen again
    
    Em7      Fmaj7            Cmaj7 Fmaj7
       Every time I leave you alone
    Cmaj7      Fmaj7    Cmaj7            Fmaj7
    I remember times I couldn't come home
                 Em7
    It'll never happen again
    Fmaj7        Em7   Cmaj7  Dm7 
    It'll never happen again
    
    Em7           Am7   Em7                   Am7
    Why can't you be    the way I want you to be
    Em7             G                       F6  G6
    Why can't you see you got to change to love me
    
    Repeat first verse
    How Can We Hang On To A Dream chords
    Tim Hardin *
    
    Gm F Eb D
    
    Gm         F  Eb               D
    What can I say, she's walking away;
    Cm              F
    from what we've seen
    Gm         F Eb             D
    What can I do, still loving you;
    Cm         D
    it's all a dream
    
    Eb         F            Gm
    How can we hang on to a dream? 
    Eb         F                    G
    How can it really be the way it seems?
    
    Gm         F Eb                   D
    What can I do, she's saying we're through;
    Cm          F
    with how it was
    Gm          F  Eb                  D
    What will I try, I still don't see why;
    Cm                D
    she says what she does
    
    Eb         F            Gm
    How can we hang on to a dream? 
    Eb         F                    G
    How can it really be the way it seems?
    
    Gm F Eb D  Cm D
    
    Gm         F  Eb               D
    What can I say, she's walking away;
    Cm              F
    from what we've seen
    Gm         F Eb             D
    What can I do, still loving you;
    Cm         D
    it's all a dream
    
    Eb         F            Gm
    How can we hang on to a dream? 
    Eb         F                    G
    How can it really be the way it seems?
    
    Eb         F            Gm
    How can we hang on to a dream? 
    
    * Alternate:
    
    Capo III
    
    Gm  = Em
    F  = D
    Eb = C
    D  = B or B7
    Cm = Am
    G  = E
    
    

     

    Simple Song Of Freedom chords
    Tim Hardin (Bobby Darin)
    
    Capo I
    
    G               D              G  
    Come and sing a simple song of freedom  
    C                   D            G  
    Sing it like you've never sung before  
    D                    Em  
    Let it fill the air, tell the people everywhere  
    C              D                  G  
    We, the people here, don't want a war  
    
    G                D                 G  
    Hey there Mister Black Man can you hear me  
    C                 D               G  
    I don't want your diamond or your game  
    D                 Em  
    I just want to be someone known to you as me  
    C                 D                 G  
    And I will bet my life you want the same
    
    G               D              G  
    Come and sing a simple song of freedom  
    C                   D            G  
    Sing it like you've never sung before  
    D                    Em  
    Let it fill the air, tell the people everywhere  
    C              D                  G  
    We, the people here, don't want a war  
     
    G             D               G  
    Seven hundred million are you listening  
    C                D               G  
    most of what you read is made of lies  
    D                   Em  
    Speaking one to one ain't it everybody's sun  
       C              D               G  
    To wake to in the morning when we rise 
     
    G               D              G  
    Come and sing a simple song of freedom  
    C                   D            G  
    Sing it like you've never sung before  
    D                    Em  
    Let it fill the air, tell the people everywhere  
    C              D                  G  
    We, the people here, don't want a war  
    
    G             D                 G  
    No doubt some folks enjoy doing battle  
    C                D                   G  
    Like presidents, prime ministers and kings  
    D                            Em  
    So let us build them shelves so they might fight among themselves  
    C               D                 G  
    And leave us be those who want to sing 
    
    G               D              G  
    Come and sing a simple song of freedom  
    C                   D            G  
    Sing it like you've never sung before  
    D                    Em  
    Let it fill the air, tell the people everywhere  
    C              D                  G  
    We, the people here, don't want a war
    REASON TO BELIEVE		(Tim Hardin)
    
    C             G              Am
    If I listened long enough to you
               F      G                     C
    I'd find a way to believe that it's all true
    D                G             F             C
    Knowing that you lied straight faced while I cried
             Am     G      F      F#bass G
    Still I look to find a reason to     believe
    	G            F            G                Am G
    Someone like you makes it hard to live with   someboby eles
                F            G            Am             G
    Someone like you makes it easy to give never thinking of myself
    
    C             G                 Am
    If I gave you time to change my mind
               F      G                C
    I'd find a way to leave the past behind
    D                G             F             C
    Knowing that you lied straight faced while I cried
             Am     G      F      F#bass G
    Still I look to find a reason to     believe
    
    
    	LEAD
    
    G            F            G                Am G
    Someone like you makes it hard to live with   someboby eles
                 F            G            Am             G
    Someone like you makes it easy to give never thinking of myself
    
    C             G                 Am
    If I gave you time to change my mind
               F      G                C
    I'd find a way to leave the past behind
    D                G             F             C
    Knowing that you lied straight faced while I cried
             Am     G      F      F#bass G
    Still I look to find a reason to     believe
             Am     G      F      F#bass G
    Still I look to find a reason to     believe
             Am     G      F      F#bass G
    Still I look to find a reason to     believe
    
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شنبه 9 جولای 2016
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David Gates in 1975
Birth name David Ashworth Gates
Born December 11, 1940 (age 75)
Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
Genres Rock and roll, soft rock, country, pop, adult contemporary
songwriter
producer
Instruments
Vocals Guitar Bass Guitar Moog Synthesizer Hammond Organ Violin Viola Percussion
Years active 1957–present
Labels A&M, Elektra
Associated acts Bread

David Gates Albums

 

David Gates-Love Is Always Seventeen Lyrics

Seventeen – It’s been a while since I’ve seen seventeen
And the years since have been mighty lean
But there’s no use complainin’
Forty-two-has a way of creeping up on you
And my chances left are gettin’ few
But there’s till time remainin’
I’ve been waiting for someone
Who loves the way I do
Girl I’ve got my fingers crossed
In hopes it might be you…
Twenty-one…that’s how many different jobs I’ve done
I remember quittin’ every one
With no hesitatin’
And thirty-three…
That’s how many women left on me
I don’t have too good a history
But I don’t mind waitin’…
‘Cause it really doesn’t matter
How many years you’ve seen
‘Cause love is always seventeen
Wonder if you’ll be the one
To end this lonesome heart
‘Cause girl I’ve got a lot to give
And I’d sure like to start.
It really doesn’t matter
How many years you’ve seen
‘Cause love is always seventeen

David Gates&Bread – Aubrey Lyrics

And Aubrey was her name,
A not so very ordinary girl or name.
But who’s to blame?
For a love that wouldn’t bloom
For the hearts that never played in tune.
Like a lovely melody that everyone can sing,
Take away the words that rhyme it doesn’t mean a thing.

And Aubrey was her name.
We tripped the light and danced together to the moon,
But where was June.
No it never came around.
If it did it never made a sound,
Maybe I was absent or was listening to fast,
Catching all the words, but then the meaning going past,

But God I miss the girl,
And I’d go a thousand times around the world just to be
Closer to her than to me.

And Aubrey was her name,
I never knew her, but I loved her just the same,
I loved her name.
Wish that I had found the way
And the reasons that would make her stay.
I have learned to lead a life apart from all the rest.
If I can’t have the one I want, I’ll do without the best.

But how I miss the girl
And I’d go a million times around the world just to say
She had been mine for a day.

Songwriters: DAVID ASHWORTH GATES

David Gates&Bread – Diary Lyrics

I found her diary underneath a tree.
And started reading about me
The words she’s written took me by surpise
You’d never read them in her eyes.
They said that she had found the love she waited for.
Wouldn’t you know it, she wouldn’t show it.

When she confronted with the writing there,
Simply pretended not to care.
I passed it off as just in keeping with
Her total disconcerting air
And though she tried to hide
The love that she denied,
Wouldn’t you know it, she wouldn’t show it.

And as I go through my life, I will give to her my wife
All the sweet things that I can find.

I found her diary underneath a tree.
And started reading about me.
The words began stick and tears to flow.
Her meaning now was clear to see.
The love she’d waited for was someone else not me
Wouldn’t you know it, she wouldn’t show it.

And as I go through my life, I will wish for her his wife
All the sweet things that she can find
All the sweet things they can find

Songwriters: GATES, DAVID
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سه شنبه 5 جولای 2016
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گستردگى فضاي مجازي و سهولت دسترسي به جديدترين آلبومهاي موسيقي به تناسب شگفت زدگي مخاطب بعضا او را دچار سردرگمي و ضعف در انتخاب صحيح نموده است. نگارنده برأن است به موازات معرفي آلبومهاي اوديوفايلي با نگاهی به صداهاي ناشناخته و ضمن بهره از نظرات شما اين بخش از سايت را مجددا فعال نمايد.

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