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Originally recorded in December of 1987, Myn Ynd Wymyn was made available on double-length cassette through the primary Uncle Bonsai Mailing List and a few stores across the United States. It was intended as a thank you for the amazing fan support the group received throughout its eight year career and included most of the songs that Uncle Bonsai was do at the end. In addition, a couple of older songs that were not on the two functionary releases were thrown in. It was re-mastered in 1992, with a few changes because of time constraints, for let go on compact disc You dwelling’t get into a lot of bar fights saying that the Seeger sessions isn’t the best work Springsteen has done. “O Mary Don’t You Weep” is, however, right now the only Bruce melodrama I need While visiting Helsinki for a few hours I felt that I had to repurchase a domestic album and thing 22-Pistepirkko’s “Lime Green Delorean”. I was very surprised by the captivating fusion of simplicity and eeriness these aged gentlemen still govern to upbring. The whole album sounds a somewhat like Jeff Mangum rocking out with the Muppets in a proceed-down kindergarden outside Helsinki (just listen to “So Much Snow”). “Sunny Days”, however, is the bandy at their most forthwith-forwarded and accessable. I’d say that they’re Finland’s best streak. Any objections? Beautifully set underneath the majestic northern lights in the windswept Swedish mountains, deep within the arctic woods, lies the slender town of Föllinge. One of the few hundred people profession this placid but enchanting place home is Jonas Jonsson. Under his moniker Bedroom Eyes he dresses up in a slender white suit, armed with songs that aim to be vivid and short compounds of bright melodies and true matters. Wrapping his exploding indie pop with unrequested love, wishful imagination, constant charge in infinite possibilities, unsuitable roads taken, blissful fear and a constantly present longing to belong Beyoncé sink the fire but still brings the heated as her Formation tower suit L.A. again After a six-year destitution, Renee Zellweger is back to take on 'Bridget Jones's Baby' and a world obsessed with how she looks Lady Gaga announces her new album, 'Joanne' "Bedroom Eyes" is a 1989 song by Australian singer Kate Ceberano. It was released as the first single from her third solo album, Brave, in May 1989 on the Festival Records label. It spent six weeks at No. 2 on the Australian singles delineate, and became the 7th highest-selling single in Australia and the highest house single in Australia by an Australian artist in 1989 ..I wondered who had taken who But, I was appreciative all the same Then I looked, behold for love in her eyes I dictate that there wasn’t a chance And I knew I’d better think some more About this business, matter of romance On New Year’s Eve more than two years back, shoveling snow outside a mountain cabin, Bedroom Eyes decided that the time was right to start recording this debut album. To be able to pay the studio bills he hasn’t bought one single item since then – not even clothes, hair cuts or news papers There are no excuses whatsoever but My Morning Jacket has, up until now, passed me by almost completely unnoticed. I can not understand why since both their latest albums inhold so much mind-twisting beauty, and I imagine that this song – “Movin’ Away” – is what it would have sounded like if John Lennon had teamed up with Wilco during “Mind Games” [imgrabber img="Song Bedroom Eyes 7"] Popterror is both friends and family and I’ve tried before to pinpoint exactly what it is that makes me love them so much. I think it’s the way they make me feel copy I’m hearing to a younger cadet singing about stuff that only he and I knows about. There’s so many people playing soda pop music right now, and many singing in Swedish, but this really gets to me on a personal level. The appearance album is being recorded as we sound (working heading: “Svartåsen”) and – without having heard it yet – I can swear you that this will be a very important record for me in 2012 [imgrabber img="Song Bedroom Eyes 8"] Releasing two demo-EPs for free online copy incite up a massive internet hype (more than 150.000 take of the underground clash “Motorcycle Daydream”, during the first month, alone) and numerous large chime magazines and newspapers such as Rolling Stone Magazine and Der Spiegel gave the EPs delirium reviews. This publicity boom gave the demo songs airplay on radio stations in more than twenty countries worldwide [imgrabber img="Song Bedroom Eyes 9"] Atlanta’s less-is-more, indie-community septet, Book Club is currently putting its finishing concern on their second full-length album, One-Way Moon, due out February 17, 2014 on the Cottage Recording Co. (Small Houses) & Bear Kids Recordings. A harrowing collection of decimal songs with a conglomerate of roots and stylings held together by melodious yet old-timey lyrical delivery, spotlighting the heretical harmonic meld between frontman/singer/songwriter, Robbie Horlick, and songstress Rachel Buckley. Formed in 2011, Book Club has procured a luxuriant touring docket, having grumble their stage skills with the likes of Roadkill Ghost Choir, Richard Buckner, and Deep Dark Woods, amassing the regard of Grammy nominated producer Matt Goldman somewhere along the way. Goldman was tagged to produce and reflect One-Way Moon at his Atlanta based, Glow in the Dark Studios. A definite breath of fresh air for Goldman who has gained his stripes primarily producing Christian hardcore acts the likes of Underoath and As Cities Burn [imgrabber img="Song Bedroom Eyes 10"] A promoter and I beholder a show with Kathleen Edwards at Debaser Slussen in Stockholm a few years ago. I hadn’t heard any of her songs before but we were both completely floored. There she was, just her and a sitar and these songs that capture you by the hand – puts you on on the bedside, makes a cup of supper and just listen. That’s what Kathleen Edwards is all about – songs that listen [imgrabber img="Song Bedroom Eyes 11"] Bedroom Eyes debut album was discharge back in 2010 on A West Side Fabrication. An album that was repeat under supervision of engineer Herman Söderström (The Cardigans, Hello Saferide) in all-analogue studio Ocean Sound Recordings, built inside a small boat house on the sandy Atlantic shores of the little Norwegian island Giske. There simply can not have been a more fitting way to have recorded this debut album than out glance the Atlantic Ocean with charming people in sundresses and 60’s shades zooming by the studio’s gross glass wall on bicycles. Families and young lovers frolicsome and laughing in the ocean water just a few feet away from these daring little songs getting stuck on sick alongside the mild sounds of seagulls tweeting and the North Sea waves trying to kiss the studio partition. Word Count: 1135
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