40 Greatest One-Album Wonders. The best one-and-dones: Lauryn Hill, Jeff Buckley, Young Marble Giants and more. 34. Skip Spence, ‘Oar’ (1969). Moby Grape co-founder and songwriter Alexander "Skip" Spence slipped seriously into darkness the night he attempted to fire-axe his way into a hotel room with the intention of freeing his drummer from himself. After a six-month stay in a psychiatric ward, the 22-year-old biked to Nashville, where he recorded his sole, literally solo album. Spence's ghostly, barely intelligible howl, off-register guitars and snare-heavy drumming resulted in a stirring and disturbing reflection of desperate loneliness and wild-eyed folk-rock ecstasy.
Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Alexander Spence. The 1991 reissue by Sony is a remix. If you're a fan of this album, you need this one for the differences that the remix brings out. Some of the songs are slightly longer, but Diana runs on for over a minute longer ending in a raucous coda. Ответить Уведомить меня Helpful. Редактировать мастер-релиз Сведения верны. Добавить все в список желаемого Удалить все из списка желаний. Маркетплейс 120 в продаже от 5,62 €.
Let's Get It On" is a song and hit single by soul musician Marvin Gaye, released June 15, 1973, on Motown-subsidiary label Tamla Records. The song was recorded on March 22, 1973, at Hitsville West in Los Angeles, California. The song features romantic and sexual lyricism and funk instrumentation by The Funk Brothers. The title track of Gaye's album Let's Get It On (1973), it was written by Marvin Gaye and producer Ed Townsend
After brilliantly surveying the social, political, and spiritual landscape with What's Going On, Marvin Gaye turned to more intimate matters with Let's Get It On, a record unparalleled in its sheer sensuality and carnal energy.
Skylar Spence Skylar Spence is the continuation of Ryan DeRobertis’ Saint Pepsi project, which he started in late 2012. In the years since, he’s rose to prominence as one of the more distinct voices associated with vaporwave corners of the Internet. Cry Wolf "Cry Wolf," the second single this summer from Skylar Spence since the 2015 breakout debut LP, Prom King. It’s essentially a summarization of a long period of time, beginning when he finished the Pixel Empire tour with Madeon and moved into a small room in a Brooklyn apartment, he describes, I felt alone and detached from things that used to make me feel joy, but kind of just allowed myself to wallow in that anxiety and depression instead of reaching out for help. You can get through it (and appreciate the insight you gained for having gone through it!)
At times, the album so exposes Spence’s vulnerable psyche that it is almost voyeuristic listening. At other turns, it is downright harrowing. But this holds the attention with a mesmeric maze of insights. Rubinson kept the production sparse, and allowed Spence to relate his tales of darkness and salvation. Nobody has better captured the insolence and insouciance of insanity brought on by drugs. This is a musician who fully bared his soul and probably didn’t actually feel any cathartic reward for his bravery and bravura.
Album · 2009 · 10 Songs. Get Apple Music on iOS, Android, Mac and Windows. 10 Songs, 36 Minutes. In the Dark SONYA SPENCE. Listen on Apple Music.