Download: Alone; Roadie Man; Never Be Together; I Hate Myself. Producer Dan Auerbach continues his remarkable run of legend refurbishments – buffing up classic acts’ core values with a touch of modernist lustre – with Alone, the best Pretenders album in years. It’s April 1966, and Redding’s star is starting to shine brighter than ever thanks to the Otis Blue album and crossover hits such as Respect, Mr Pitiful, and his cover of the Stones’ Satisfaction, with horns pumping out the guitar hook, as Keith Richards had originally intended. His three-night, seven-set stint at the Whisky bulges with an energy and intensity that Otis raises and lowers with no diminution in passion, in sets alternating stompers with soul ballads that allowed the singer, his driving nine-piece band and the audience to catch their breath before launching off again.
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Chrissie Hynde rebounds from the directionless Packed! with Last of the Independents, a tough album that proves she can mature without losing her edge. Most of the record crackles with the lean power of Learning to Crawl, occasionally stopping for a lushly produced number recalling Get Close. Although the record goes on a little too long and there are a couple of weak songs, particularly the anthemic "I'm a Mother," Last of the Independents re-establishes Hynde as a powerful and insightful rocker.
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Pretenders is the debut studio album by British-American band The Pretenders, released on 7 January 1980 under Real Records in the UK, and Sire Records in the United States. A combination of rock, punk and pop music, this album made the band famous. The album features the singles "Stop Your Sobbing", "Kid" and "Brass in Pocket". Nick Lowe produced the Pretenders' first single, "Stop Your Sobbing", but decided not to work with them again as he thought the band was "not going anywhere".
Last of the Independents, the Pretenders final release on Sire Records, is the most consistently great album since their self-titled debut album and Learning to Crawl. It has the edge of their first three albums with some classic one-liners by Chrissie Hynde that are as good as anything she wrote at her peak
The Singles is The Pretenders' 1987 compilation album and features all the band's UK single hits to that date, as well as including "I Got You Babe" which Chrissie Hynde had performed with UB40 in 1985. The album reached in the US album chart and in the UK. "Stop Your Sobbing" – 2:37 (Ray Davies). From 1979 album Pretenders. Kid" – 3:05 (Chrissie Hynde). Brass in Pocket" – 3:04 (Hynde/James Honeyman-Scott). Talk of the Town" – 3:12 (Hynde).
Last of the Independents. Or consider a donation? . Liste der Bands Rock The Pretenders Last of the Independents. Band Name The Pretenders. Album Name Last of the Independents. Erscheinungsdatum 09 Mai 1994. Labels Warner Music Group WEA. Musik GenreRock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen9. 1. Hollywood Perfume.