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Joel still favored big, sweeping melodies, but Ramone convinced him to streamline his arrangements and clean up the production. The results aren't necessarily revelatory, since he covered so much ground on Turnstiles, but the commercialism of The Stranger is a bit of a surprise. His lyrical shortcomings are overshadowed by his musical strengths. Even if his melodies sound more Broadway than Beatles - the epic suite "Scenes From an Italian Restaurant" feels like a show-stopping closer - there's no denying that the melodies of each song on The Stranger are memorable, so much so that they strengthen the weaker portions of the album.
King’s first album for the Stax label combines his hard, unflashy guitar playing with the sleek sound of the label’s house band, Booker T. and the MG’s. Hits such as Crosscut Saw and Laundromat Blues earned King a new rock & roll audience. Prine was a singer, and his debut is unique in how it views American life with generosity, tolerance and wit. Prine sang about smoking dope ("Illegal Smile"), but his empathy for the old folks with "Hello in There" made most hippie songwriters sound smug.
This album was released on the label GNP Crescendo (catalog number GNP 2030). In studio record of this music release "Billy Strange & The Challengers" attended those artists
One moment I plug in my electric guitar to make it rock, scream, tear up the place and feel ecstatic. And the other time I want to indulge in beautiful acoustic guitar songs and get swept away by melody, harmony and lyrics. It’s the best of both worlds. Today were gonna look at same great songs to do the latter. As with all lists on this blog they are here to give you inspiration. And it doesn’t matter, what matters is that you grab your guitar out of the stand and start playing it after reading and listening to this post. Astonished that ‘The Clap’ by Yes from The Yes Album was not included. You forgot THE acoustic guitar song that created the genre for rock hit. uite: Judy Blue Eyes I favor it as number 1 easily.
|A1||Eve Of Destruction||2:33|
|A2||You've Got Your Troubles||3:10|
|A4||It Ain't Me Babe||2:00|
|A5||Do You Believe In Magic||1:58|
|B1||Like A Rolling Stone||3:30|
|B2||You Were On My Mind||2:20|
|B4||All I Really Want To Do||2:10|
|B5||The Bells Of Rhymney||2:30|
|B6||Let Your Love Hang Down||2:05|
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|GNP S2016||The Big Sound Of Billy Strange And His Guitar*||Folk Rock Hits (LP)||GNP Crescendo||GNP S2016||US||1965|
|LDVS 17082||Billy Strange||Folk Rock Hits (LP)||Vogue Schallplatten||LDVS 17082||Germany||1965|
|SAV N 8050||The Big Sound Of Billy Strange And His Guitar*||Folk Rock Hits (LP, Mono)||Vocalion , GNP Crescendo||SAV N 8050||UK||1965|