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Scott Walker - Terrific (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. A ^ "I Don't Want To Hear It Anymore" was issued as a Scott Walker single in the US by Smash Records. The song and it's b-side are actually Walker Brothers songs originally released in on the trio's début album; Take It Easy with the Walker Brothers. B ^ "Concerto pour guitare (Scene d'amour)", the b-side of "The Rope and the Colt", is not a Scott Walker song.
  2. Scott 2 is the second solo album of the legendary musician Scott Walker (a.k.a. Engel). In addition to rendering his sublime voice and impassioned interpretations to three Jacques Brel pieces and others, he also wrote four original pieces for this album: The Amorous Humphrey Plugg, The Girls from the Street, Plastic Palace People, and The Bridge/5(40).
  3. Jan 24,  · The first Scott Walker solo album is a strong showcase of the singer's musical vision. Past influences and future ambitions juxtapose brilliantly throughout the record, mixing his unique, deep crooning tradition with bizarre themes, from which the Brel translations and Walker's own compositions are plain extraordinary/5(72).
  4. On Scott Walker Sings Jacques Brel the luscious covers Walker made of the Belgian songwriter were compiled for the first time. Reissued by Music On Vinyl, these covers span Walker’s transition from baritone crooner into more avant-garde songwriter, and they’re consistently gorgeous, with expansive big band arrangements.
  5. gram audiophile vinyl + Insert. No one could deny Scott Walker is an unpredictable artist. Once the lead singer for the Walker Brothers (famous for their string laden Sixties defining hits 'Make It Easy On Yourself' and 'The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore') he released his first solo album 'Scott' in
  6. Jul 25,  · Walker capitulated to the earning power of a Walker Brothers reunion, which lasted three albums – No Regrets (the country-ish title track was a UK No. 7), Lines and Nite Flights – the last a do-or-die statement, where each Walker wrote songs – but only Scott’s were up to the task, and they were magnificently doomy, taut and different.
  7. Vinyl LP repressing of this album from the influential and reclusive singer/songwriter. 4AD. Go Unlimited Not all art may be exorcism, but Dix's statement certainly seems to apply to Scott Walker's most recent sound-with-text album, Drift. Since it is an exorcism, many pieces in the album address the issues that were troubling the /5(69).

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