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Melbourne Song - Colin Hay - Peaks And Valleys

Label: Interfusion - D26384,Lazy Eye Records - D26384 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Acoustic
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Listen to this album and millions more. First month free. Hay recorded each song in one take. Reviews Review Policy. Flag as inappropriate. See more. Gone Again feat. The Wolverine Jazz Band. Chris Trapper. Live at Largo. Glen Phillips. Beneath The Velvet Sun. Shawn Mullins. It was a song that encapsulated both of Mullins' strongest traits. In its semi-spoken verses, he revealed his eye for detail and his sardonic outlook; in its choruses, he demonstrated his ability to craft a pop hook.

On Beneath the Velvet Sun, his Melbourne Song - Colin Hay - Peaks And Valleys real major-label album its predecessor, Soul's Core, was picked up by Columbia after release on Ca-The-Drals (Pt.

2) - D.C. LaRue - Ca-The-Drals (8-Track Cartridge, Album) own Melbourne Song - Colin Hay - Peaks And Valleys labelMullins leans more to the latter tendency, but he provides enough of the former to pacify the audience he earned with "Lullaby.

Another good song is "Santa Fe," a driving song with a twangy guitar hook and more of Mullins' individual characterizations. If one of these songs takes off, it may not matter at least to the bottom line that there are too many simpleminded, vague love songs among the other tracks.

But Beneath the Velvet Sun is the uneven work of a talented artist who doesn't seem to trust the idiosyncratic approach that brought him to national attention enough to really let himself go. You can hardly blame him for trying to play it safe, given his one-hit wonder status, but Silhouettes - Swallow The Sun - Songs From The North I, II & III (Box Set, LP, Album) album's very bow to commercialism may keep it from being the hit it might have been.

Paint The Forgotten Of Society - Bunkum - Dogs Life. The Push Stars. Greetings from the Side. Gary Jules. Back in the Bottle. Tammany Hall Nyc. Colin Hay Albums. Fierce Mercy.

Colin Hay. Next Year People. Gathering Mercury. American Sunshine. American Sunshine is the tenth solo album by Scottish-born, Australian-based singer Colin Hay, released on 18 August As with all of Colin Hay's music, American Sunshine contains largely personal songs; for example, "There's Water Over You" describes Hay's relationship with his parents.

This move away from minimalist, acoustic music is something Colin Hay established with his previous album, Man Work. However, Hay performs a great many of these tracks solo at his live appearances. Are You Lookin' At Me? Are You Lookin' at Me?

It was released by Compass Records on 24 April Man Work. Company of Strangers. It was released in on Hay's independent record label, Lazy Eye. Going Somewhere. Transcendental Highway. Transcendental Highway is the fifth solo album by Scottish-Australian singer Colin Hay, released in Re-Released 21 April


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  1. Peaks & Valleys is Colin’s third solo album, released in Each song was recorded in one take. Colin Hay first landed on American shores as the front man and principal songwriter of the pop sensation Men at Work. With Hay’s wry songs and burnished vocals leading the way, they were responsible for a series of massive hits, such as “Down Under,” “Who Can It Be Now?” and “Overkill,” that defined pop .
  2. Peaks & Valleys is the third solo album by Scottish-Australian singer Colin Hay, released in Hay recorded each song in one take. Description provided by Wikipedia under Creative Commons.
  3. Melbourne Song Lyrics: I think I'll head up north again / Maybe get back when, the weather's fine / And you are mine / And you will be like the gentle breeze / And we will live with ease / I've never.
  4. Jul 17,  · "Conversation," "Melbourne Song," and "Go Ask an Old Man" are moving songs with good hooks and intelligent lyrics. I think this is one of his stongest albums but with Colin you always get strong musicianship, smart lyrics, and good melodies so saying Peaks and Valleys is a degree better than Going Somewhere or a degree lesser than Trascendental /5(7).
  5. Peaks & Valleys is the third solo album by Scottish–Australian singer Colin Hay, released in Hay recorded each song in one ishndoraakirtaum.infoinfo: Pop rock.
  6. Jul 10,  · Stream Peaks & Valleys by Colin Hay and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Melbourne Song. Melbourne Song. Listen Now $ Sometimes I Wish. Sometimes I Wish. Listen Now $ Go Ask An Old Man. Go Ask An Old Man /5(11).
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