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4 Oct 2007, 16:33 by SatanicMichttp://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/I/5123ZACM5DL._AA240_.jpg
Sinatra of this generation
Exceptional sounding voice
New music which shows how music is supposed to sound
Sounds classic, sings classic
Takes us back to the good old days
Influences of Roy Orbison are also present
Ode to Sheffield
Now go buy this album!
Album of the year nomination!
Lovely classical 50's/60's-vibe on the cover-art
Wow, after this kind of review we can't wait to hear the album! What's the perfect place to listen to this album and drink a PITT?
An old American diner like they used to have in the good old days. When the ratpack was still around.
5 Sep 2007, 01:03 by bulentburgacYaşadığımız doğada tanrı bize kaliteli sesleri ve bu seslerin bizimle paylaştığı olağan üstü şarkıları pek karşımıza çıkarmaz. İşte son yıllarda ortaya çıkan ama şu sıralar pek kimse tarafından bilinmeyen olağan üstü bir yetenekle sizleri tanıştırmak istiyorum. Richard Hawley
Hakkında uzun uzun yazmaya çok gerek yok, hemen albümlerini tek tek sıralayayım ve dinleme başlayın. Bugüne kadar nedne keşfedemediğinizi düşünecek ve gerçekten üzüleceksiniz.
Late Night Final
ayrıca size bir de the ocean isimli şarkısının youtube görüntüsünü de ekleyeyim.
22 Aug 2007, 15:16 by hypehathttp://image.guardian.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/arts/2005/09/08/richhawley372.jpg
Richard Hawley: Ladys Bridge
To the day-glo, fluro-hoodied
nu-rave-hardcore-baile-funk generation that define the scene of 'alternative' music today, Richard Hawley might seem like a joke. With his quiff always in various states of disrepair, suits that glint on his album covers, specs and writing endless songs about Sheffield, he cuts a unique figure. Yet (quoted in every single bloody review i've read of this album thus far) as Alex Turner of everybodys favourite chilly primates declared that 'Richard Hawleys been robbed!' from the stage of the Mercury Music Prize ceremony, people started to take him a lot more seriously. Favourable NME reviews, endless singles from the slice of gold that is Coles Corner and tours and interviews in papers and magazines ensued, but big-time success on the level of his younger brethren has eluded him.
So when Tonight The Streets Are Ours blasts through your speakers straight outta 1959…
9 Oct 2006, 21:57 by smoth1
12 Sep 2006, 15:08 by zaxxon25Name your top 10 most played bands on Last.fm:
1. American Music Club
2. Richard Hawley
3. Red House Painters
5. John Vanderslice
6. Josh Rouse
7. Matt Pond PA
9. The Zombies
10. Suzanne Vega
Now answer the questions according to the numbers:
What was the first song you ever heard by 7?
The Hollows is the first I remember, those soaring strings coming out of the chorus really impressed me. Played it several times, though it wasn't until the File 13 reissue that I actually picked up the album.
What is your favourite album of 2?
Coles Corner was my favourite album of 2005.
What is your favourite lyric that 5 has sung?
White Plains, the whole thing really. If there's one line that encapsulates it, "but the truth is I have no faith in happiness/it turns to fear, draws the devils near." You cannot escape what is inside yourself, there are intrinsic elements that make you YOU and some of them are negative.
2 Feb 2006, 17:22 by hershfunkFolks:
The votes are in...I'll add more to this if possible, and I'm trying to do this in the LastFM fashion, i.e., linkable and what not. Once the reviews are compiled we can add those individually.
1 - Silent Alarm
2 - Extraordinary Machine
3 - My Morning Jacket - Z
4 - Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
5 - Aerial (disc 1: A Sea of Honey)
6 - Gimme Fiction
7 - Transistor Radio
8 - Twin Cinema
9 - I Am A Bird Now
10 - Takk
11 - The Magic Numbers
12 - Get Behind Me Satan
13 - Thelonious Monk/John Coltrane - At Carnegie Hall
14 - Betty Lavette - I've Got My Own Hell To Raise
15 - Employment
16 - The Woods
17 - Guero
18 - Illinois
19 - Coles Corner
20 - The Back Room
21 - Late Registration
22 - Lookaftering
23 - Blinking Lights and Other Revelations (disc 1)
24 - LCD Soundsystem
25 - Man-Made
26 - Picaresque
27 - Ogre Tones
28 - Howl
29 - Alligator
30 - Deadwing
30 Jan 2006, 22:26 by timpson