Category: Blues Rock

Where Have You Gone - Louise Carver - Look To The Edge (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Where Have You Gone - Louise Carver - Look To The Edge (CD, Album)

  1. Songs for the Deaf - Queens of the Stone Age QotSA's third studio album takes you on a drive from Los Angeles to the Mojave Desert, all the while tuning into radio stations from towns on the way, such as Banning, California, and Chino Hills, California, always changing channels until one of the songs from the album is played.
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  5. by Suncrown on album You Are Not Alone. Life is a road you must travel, where it goes is up to you The Journey you take, the places you reach, will be based on what you do When you trip, you've got to get up, you'll be defeated if you sta.
  6. Look To The Edge, an album by Louise Carver on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  7. Mean Sun by Brasstronaut, released 22 October 1. Bounce 2. Francisco 3. Mean Sun 4. Fossil 5. The Grove 6. Moonwalker 7. Revelstoke Dam 8. Hymn For Huxley 9. Falklands Mixtape Astronomers define the mean sun as an imaginary star, moving at the pace of our equator’s rotation. Perhaps it is the impossible setting of this sun Brasstronaut has pursued since the release of their.
  8. It's not a bad album, there are parts I really like, I just don't think this is the route U2 should have gone. Then to my surprise the last track comes on and Johnny Cash is singing, and it blows me away, I really love it, and dare I say this is the best bit of the album, and all the band do is back up that amazing voice.
  9. This album, produced by Gurf Morlix, has eleven tracks and each one outstanding "Christmas in Paradise"; "For Rose"; "Camelot Motel" and "After You're Gone" are favourites. Mary Gauthier is a terrific recording artist and Gurf Morlix a great producer add a few quality musicians and you have a wonderful album/5(38).

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