Barry Adamson - Can't Get Loose flac mp3
Programmed By – Barry Adamson (tracks: 1, 2, 6, 8, 9), Will Johnstone (tracks: 2, 5, 6). Saxophone – Pete Whyman (tracks: 4, 5, 8, 9). Trumpet – Mike Lovatt (tracks: 5, 8, 9). Vocals – Barry Adamson. Written-By – Barry Adamson (tracks: 1 to 6, 8 to 10). 메모. PROMOTIONAL USE ONLY VERSION Recorded at Swanyard Studios, Murkyworld and The Instrument, London. Mixed at The Instrument. Mastered at The Exchange. Track 1: Sample "Can't Get Used To Losing You" written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman.
9. 007 a Fantasy Bond Theme. 10. Something Wicked this Way Comes. 11. Walk the Last Mile. 12. Saturn in the Summertime. Other productions from Barry Adamson. Back To The Cat. Stranger on The Sofa.
Barry Adamson – Can't Get Loose lyrics. I see myself but don't see me Two burning eyes that don't agree While in the shades there's someone Following my every little Movement from the score. I call a friend who's never there Too tired for love, too tired to care While in the shades there's someone Ridiculing every little moment I adore. I fall and fold down on my knees And ask the god if I can see If maybe he or she will call on me. The days they pass with no relief My head all swollen up with grief Then something wakens me from sleep. Can't get loose to using you But that's what I am gonna do Having fun in heaven while you are crucified. I can't get loose to using you But that's what I am gonna do Watching Lilly's flowers while Your hands are tied
We get to accompany his protagonists through an aural cinema comprised of obsessive yet likeable if odious archetypes: guttersnipe hustlers, spies, junkies, sexual predators, victims, and musical, literary, and cultural heroes. The brooding synth and drum kit, the slow, West Side Story-esque finger pops, and the snaky little oboe-like phrase introduce the opener, "The Beaten Side of Town.
1989 Moss Side Story. 1 On the Wrong Side of Relaxation. 10 007, A Fantasy Bond Theme. 11 The Adamson Family. 13 On the Edge of Atonement. 7 In a Moment of Clarity. 8 Achieved in the Valley of the Dolls.
Can't Get Enough is the third studio album by American R&B/disco singer Barry White, released on August 6, 1974 by the 20th Century label. The album topped the R&B albums chart, his third album to do so. It also topped the Billboard 200 and peaked at on the UK Albums Chart. The album included two Billboard R&B number-one singles, "Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe" and "You're the First, the Last, My Everything"
Musically speaking, Barry Adamson is one of those unusual entities you will only see if you are swimming deep below the ocean’s surface, just seeing what you’ll find down there. Yes, that’s right, his incandescent head may float out of the darkness and scare the shit out of you. Ok, we can dispense with the sea creature metaphor now, and talk about Barry Adamson the musician – the human person with the live beating heart and the mind full of intense, brooding music. The reason for our abstract metaphor is partly because Barry Adamson is a fairly abstract and complex dude. Moss Side Story is the album that put Barry Adamson on the map as a solo musician, and forever cemented his association with both film noir and instrumental soundtrack music. This album was apparently made to be the soundtrack to a non-existent film noir, and that’s exactly how it sounds.
|1||Can't Get Loose||Barry Adamson||5:29|
|2||Trouble Asunder (Oedipus Returns)||Barry Adamson||1:56|
|3||Hear the Angels||Barry Adamson||4:52|
|4||Namaste MPC (End Title)||Barry Adamson||2:15|