The Angels Of Atlanta. Written-By – Hannibal Marvin Peterson. A2. The Story Teller. An album made to acknowledge the tragic murder of 20 African-American school children by a serial killer in Atlanta. Taking the subject into consideration you would expect this to be either a very angry or very melancholic recording, but not at all, this album seems to be hopeful of a better life for those children now they're out of the cruel one they had. The whole thing is a totally beautiful listen from start to finish, and due to the subject matter, really quite an emotional ride
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This album At A Glance. The Angels Of Atlanta by Hannibal (US) (1981) Overall rank: 78,534th. Accolades: Top albums of 1981 (981st). Top albums of the 1980s (9,773rd). Best albums of all time (78,534th). Your feedback for The Angels Of Atlanta. 1. Moving Pictures by Rush.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Enja Records (catalog number CD 3085-2). This album was released in 1994 year. Format of the release is. CD, Album. The album included the following session artists: Bass.
Technically, I'd say the musicians on each album are equally skilled Kenny Barron's muscular backing piano on the title track is every bit the match of McCoy Tyner, for example Hannibal himself and stands up surprisingly well next to Coltrane. If anything, makes playing Their Coltrane's quartet look a bit stiff! (I suppose that's what happened in the fifteen years between the two albums: Jazz absorbed the intensity of Coltrane and the looseness of Coleman into its own vocabulary
The Angels is the first album by Australian hard rock band, The Angels, which was released in August 1977. It was produced by Vanda & Young (The Easybeats) at Sydney's Albert Studios. It included a re-recorded version of their debut single, "Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again" (March 1976) and provided their second single, "You're a Lady Now", in July 1977. By the mid-1980s "Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again" had developed a cult status with the audience responding with "No way, get fucked, fuck off!".
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