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8 thoughts on “ Sea Of Blue - The Pretty Things - Cross Talk (CD, Album)

  1. Cross Talk CD (Item ) Snapper, The following grading conditions apply to the vinyl component of an album or single: Sealed. This is what it says, that the record is still held fast in shrink-wrap. We tend to be pretty suspicious about these things, so if the shrink-wrap doesn't look original, or if the record seems to have.
  2. Silk Torpedo provides an interesting glance into the glam era. Beginning with "Dream" -- a ghostly instrumental prelude that the group's friends in Led Zeppelin would later cop for "In the Evening" -- this album launches into "Joey," a superb combination of piano boogie, crashing drums, and melodramatic choruses draped in Hammond organ. Phil May's vocals on this piece run somewhere between Ian.
  3. A White Cross Marks The Grave; A Year Ago Today; Abilene; Acony Bell; Across The Blue Sea; Across the Sea Blues; Adieu False Heart; After The Fire Is Gone; Age; Ages and Ages Ago; Ain’t Gonna Work Tomorrow; Ain’t I Been Good to You; Ain’t No Grave; Ain’t Nobody Gonna Miss Me; Air Mail Special; Alabama; Alabama Bound; Alabama Waltz.
  4. There are many famous album covers, but we’ve put together what we believe are the greatest album covers. Find out which ones have made the cut.
  5. Listen to Pretty Things lyrics sorted by album. New music videos and mp3 for artist Pretty Things Browse by album: Cross Talk () › I’m calling › It’s so hard › Lost that girl › No future › Office love › Sea of blue.
  6. Reunited after splitting in the mid-'70s, the Pretty Things return with a new wave album. It's not what anyone might have expected, but it's very far from a disaster. The stop-on-a-dime arrangements and natural power show them to be well-seasoned, and Phil May, with an extremely mannered voice, comes across as a taunting frontman.6/
  7. Album:Blue Train Designer: Reid Miles An iconic image of a true jazz great, the cover of Coltrane's Blue Train was supposedly inspired by Picasso's Blue Period. The photo, taken by Francis Wolff, certainly captures the sax legend in a pensive, thoughtful and, well, blue mood; basically looking like the super-cool legend he was.
  8. Feb 28,  · Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Records No Future · The Pretty Things Cross Talk ℗ Warner Records Inc. Guitar: Dick Taylor Keyboards, Vocals: John .

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