Close Every Honky Tonk (LP, Album). How Strong Is Love At Closing Time (7", Single). Portland Records (2). GBS-45-138.
Closing Time is the debut album by American singer-songwriter Tom Waits, released in March 1973 on Asylum Records. Produced and arranged by former Lovin' Spoonful member Jerry Yester, Closing Time was the first of seven of Waits' major releases by Asylum. The album is noted for being predominantly folk influenced although Waits intended for Closing Time to be "a jazz, piano-led album.
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She doesn’t know how to rightly behave. It is already September. Peter always plays football on Saturday. There will also a football match on television. Mr. Hart, having the biggest television in the village, invites Anna and Peter to come to watch the match together. On Friday before the match, when Anna almost closes the shop, the bell rings and she goes to the door. There is a young man outside carrying a case. To do a black magic, someone should get a power which is usually from satan or evil. Time: 31st October 1964, Spring, Summer and Winter 1965. Place: Woodend Village, Lidney, and London. Atmosphere: Rising to dark. 31st October : The day when Christians celebrate Halloween or All Hallow’s Day. In purpose to remember the dead. Church : A place for Christians which is known as a central of white magic.
Tom Waits' debut album is a minor-key masterpiece filled with songs of late-night loneliness. Within his chosen narrow range of the cocktail bar pianistics and muttered vocals, Waits and producer Jerry Yester manage to deliver a surprisingly broad collection of styles, from the jazzy "Virginia Avenue" to the uptempo off-kilter funkiness of "Ice Cream Ma. The acoustic guitar folkiness of the tender "I Hope That I Don't Fall in Love with You" is an upside-down take on the Laurel Canyon sound, while the saloon song "Midnight Lullaby" would have.
For the English footballer, see Norman Whitfield (footballer). Alongside his Motown lyrical collaborator Barrett Strong, he was inducted into the Songwriter's Hall of Fame in 2004 Contents. But friction and antagonism grew between Whitfield and the Temptations; the group hated how Whitfield put more emphasis on the instrumentation instead of their vocals, and that he was writing fewer romantic ballads for them.
Closing time!" is something bartenders would often bellow at the end of the night to not-so-gently encourage patrons to leave. It's something Dan Wilson heard often in Minneapolis drinking establishments, which provided the title. The band got a break around this time when a new promotions woman named Nancy Levin went to work for MCA and championed "Closing Time," making sure it got out there. Her instincts were right - the song became a huge hit. This was Semisonic's only hit in America, although in the UK, "Secret Smile" charted higher. I am not sure if Dan Wilson meant for these lyrics to mean so much and be so strong, but don't those nine words relate to every single thing that happens in our lives everywhere. Everything has a beginning and everything has an end.
That's how strong my love is, so deep in Well, that's how strong my love is So much love, yes so much love, oohh Yes so much love, yes so much love Anything that I can do, I'll be good for you Any kind of love you want, I'll be with you. More on Genius. That's How Strong My Love Is" Track Info. Written By Roosevelt Jamison. Arranged By James Mitchell, Willie Mitchell & Aarion Nesbit. Into Something (Can't Shake Loose) . 1. 2. I Feel Love Growin' (Missing Lyrics). 3. Precious Precious (Missing.
Closing Time is the debut studio album by the American singer-songwriter Tom Waits, released in March 1973 on Asylum Records. Produced and arranged by former Lovin' Spoonful member Jerry Yester, Closing Time was the first of seven of Waits' major releases through Asylum.
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