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Nick Lowe fu per molti versi il principale animatore della new wave Britannica negli anni '70. Come il blues, il rock and roll e lo skiffle erano stati la fonte da cui eruppe la rivoluzione degli anni '60, cosi` il country and western, il rockabilly e il rhythm and blues sarebbero stati le sorgenti del movimento "pub-rock", destinato a tirare la volata al punk-rock nel 1976. Il pub-rock fu un fenomeno visceralmente proletario e suburbano, caratterizzato da onesta` e visceralita… ulteriori informazioni

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  • Always a joy to listen to
  • SIMPLY POPTASTIC!
  • "Jesus of Cool" was the original title, not a re-name. They re-titled the album for the American market initially b/c they thought the Jesus reference wouldn't go over too well here. The reissue from a few years ago just restored it to the original UK titling.
  • Don't care for the rename to "Jesus of Cool". The original "Pure pop for now people" was pretty tongue-in-cheek and appropriate.
  • Pretty sure Jesus of Cool is the best album to come out of the 1970's.
  • Wahoo I'm a top listener! :)
  • Best thing Nick's done. Love it . Daffy.x
  • I Read A Lot would have made for a great Nat King Cole vehicle, I reckon.
  • The deep, dark voice that is Tanita Tikaram reflects on her collaboration with the legendary Nick Lowe and reveals why her hit song, "Twist In My Sobriety," isn't really about drinking at all (despite what Liza Minnelli may tell you!): http://www.songfacts.com/blog/interviews/tanita_tikaram/
  • NICK LOWE in CAPS

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