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Problemi - Trooly Session 1980 flac album

Problemi - Trooly Session 1980 flac album
Trooly Session 1980
FLAC album size:
1429 mb
Other formats:
4.3 ✪

Tracks 1 and 2 recorded at Trooly Sound Service Studio Zagreb, January 1980 Tracks 2 to 8 recorded at Trooly Sound Service Studio Zagreb, autumn 1980 Tracks 9 to 14 recorded at home studio Pula, June 1979. Complete discography LP. Comes with glossy black and white insert featuring liner notes, photos, lyrics, info.

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Peter Gabriel is the third eponymous solo album by English rock musician Peter Gabriel, released on 23 May 1980 by Charisma Records. The album has been acclaimed as Gabriel's artistic breakthrough as a solo artist and for establishing him as one of rock's most ambitious and innovative musicians

Abbiamo Tutti I Suoi Problemi is a music studio album recording by PICCHIO DAL POZZO (Canterbury Scene/Progressive Rock) released in 1980 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. PICCHIO DAL POZZO's second album seems to have been influenced by HENRY COW's "Western Culture", STORMY SIX from Italy, and Frank ZAPPA's jazz compositions.

Tracking list e i testi dell'album: Geno - John Peel Session. Kid Jensen Session Data di pubblicazione: 4 dicembre 2009. Come On Eileen, Dubious Data di pubblicazione: 4 dicembre 2009. The Projected Passion Revue Data di pubblicazione: 4 dicembre 2009.

Peter Gabriel (1980 album). The album, produced by Gabriel and Lillywhite, was Gabriel's first and only release for Mercury Records in the United States, after being rejected by Atlantic Records, who handled . distribution for Gabriel's first two solo albums and his last two albums with Genesis. Upon hearing mixes of the album's session tapes in early 1980, Atlantic A&R executive John Kalodner deemed the album not commercial enough for release, and recommended that Atlantic drop Gabriel from their artist roster.

Mercury eventually released the album in the summer of 1980; it was well received and enjoyed prominence on alternative radio, largely on the strength of "Games Without Frontiers," Gabriel's jaunty examination of the similarities between childhood play and adult warfare. Peter Gabriel's jagged rhythms and off-kilter melodies provide a gripping sonic complement to the album's edgy themes. That tape would become Nebraska, an album full of dark, desperate tales from a rock & roll star who'd decided that some stories are best told simply, by a man and his guitar. Commercially, it was a daring move. In 1982, Springsteen was at the point where a strong rock album would have cemented the breakthrough he'd made with The River, released in 1980, which yielded his first Top Ten hit, "Hungry Heart.