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Descendants of Smith is the fourteenth studio album by Roy Harper, released in 1988. com/Descendants of Smith. Roy Harper (footballer). Roy Harper (born 2 April 1929) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with Footscray in the Victorian Football League (VFL).
Nom du groupe Roy Harper. Nom de l'album The Descendants of Smith. Date de parution 1988. Style MusicalFolk Progressif. Membres possèdant cet album0. 2. Garden of Uranium. 6. Government Surplus. 7. Surplus Liquorice. 8. Liquorice Alltime. 9. Maile Lei. 10. Same Shoes. 11. Descendants of Smith.
Garden Of Uranium (Descendants Of Smith) (CD, Album, RE). Science Friction. Attempting to make a Roy Harper album have a more "general audiences" appeal is a losing proposition. But they seem to have tried somewhat. The results fail to achieve that aim, but the production of this one has some very interesting sounds all the same. Same Shoes" is a great Art Rock song that has always stood out for me. And "Garden Of Uranium" is another good track in his trademark Prog-Guitar-Folk fusion style. The title song and "Still Life" are also among the stronger tracks. Studio album by. Roy Harper. The album was re-issued in 1994 under a different title, Garden of Uranium. The track listing remained identical, though the album was given new artwork. Side one. "Laughing Inside" – 4:15. Garden of Uranium" – 4:03.
This song is by Roy Harper and appears on the album. Descendants of Smith (1988)
Originally titled 'Descendants of Smith'. My personal favourite track on the album is 'Pinches of Salt'. I think that this is because of the poem and the atmosphere that I have given to the meaning. Availability: In stock. Originally titled 'Descendants of Smith', this record was made at home in Lincolnshire. Although I think that much of it is underrated, perhaps too much precedence was given to technology at the time. It is a good bouquet for a nice little Winter poem. There are many very good tracks on the album. I can skip the first track, it doesn't really fit the rest, but I have no problems with any of the others. My personal favourite is 'Pinches of Salt'.
Much like his other releases from the 1980s, this 1988 album found Roy Harper shunning simplicity in favor of convoluted atmospherics and strange soundscapes. Garden of Uranium was originally titled Descendants of Smith when it was first released. Harper chose to change the name when the CD was issued due to a disagreement with his label. Both of the title tracks work well, as they are straightforward, but many of the other songs are not very effective, despite some nice fretless bass from Tony Franklin.
Roy Harper (born 12 June 1941) is an English folk rock singer, songwriter and guitarist who has been a professional musician since 1964. Harper has released 32 albums (including 10 live albums) across his 50-year career. 1994), and a reissue of Descendants of Smith (his 1988 release) renamed Garden of Uranium (1994). Once again Harper collaborated with David Gilmour and Kate Bush on his 1990 release, Once. The album also featured contributions from Nigel Mazlyn Jones, Mark Feltham and Tony Franklin. The album, What You Need Is What You Have, The Songs of Roy Harper was being compiled by Laurel Canyon folk singer, musician and producer Jonathan Wilson, and was to feature Chris Robinson (the Black Crowes), Gary Louris (the Jayhawks), Johnathan Rice, Eric Johnson (Fruit Bats, the Shins), Benji Hughes, Will Oldham, Andy Cabic, Dawes, Jenny . Josh Tillman and others.
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