- Performer:Michael Cleary
- Title:Tales from the Cup: The Coffeehouse Archives
- Date of release:2004
- Size FLAC version1358 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1833 megabytes
- Size WMA version1758 megabytes
- Formats:MP1 ASF MOD AA MP4 VOC
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Artist: Michael Cleary Band. Album: Tales From The Cup (the Coffeehouse Archives). Tales From The Cup (the Coffeehouse Archives): Best 2 songs. Michael Cleary Band - go to bed 06:55. Michael Cleary Band - when all else fails 05:31. Michael Cleary Band: best 2 tracks. Michael Cleary Band - Home Uplift, 2015 03:39.
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Michael Cleary may refer to: Michael Cleary (rugby) (born 1940), Australian politician and dual-code rugby player. Michael J. Cleary (born 1925), Irish bishop. Michael Cleary (hurler) (born 1966), former Irish hurler for Nenagh Éire Óg and Tipperary. Michael Cleary (priest) (1934–1993), Irish Roman Catholic priest. Mike Cleary (1858–1893), Irish-American boxer. Michael Cleary, Irish criminal who killed his wife Bridget Cleary in 1895.
Michael Cleary (17 May 1934 – 31 December 1993) was an Irish Roman Catholic priest, who became a radio and TV personality as well. A charismatic and powerful figure in the Catholic Church, he presented a late-night radio phone-in show in Dublin in the 1980s and hosted his own television chat show. He also published a book about maintaining faith in the modern world. After he released two albums of songs, he was nicknamed "The Singing Priest"
Dr Matthew Green explores the halcyon days of the London coffeehouse, a haven for caffeine-fueled debate and innovation which helped to shape the modern world. A disagreement about the Cartesian Dream Argument (or similar) turns sour. A small body-colour drawing of the interior of a London coffeehouse from c. 1705. Everything about this oozes warmth and welcome from the bubbling coffee cauldron right down to the flickering candles and kind eyes of the coffee drinkers – Source.
So, yeah, this album really doesn't want to be metal. It's got growls and heavy riffs, but those are like the last remains of flesh hanging off the bones of a human skeleton; this album is structurally almost purely wish-washy synth Pink Floyd rock all the way. It's got all the trappings of that sound, from the hypnotic, dreamlike synths to the oddly laid back sort of tempo that all of these songs resign themselves to. That's not necessarily a bad thing, but I just can't help but think that it could be done better. Something about this band's combination of sound.
CreditsMichael Cleary - Primary Artist
|1||When All Else Fails||Michael Cleary||5:31|
|2||Go to Bed||Michael Cleary||6:55|
|3||Mr. Positive||Michael Cleary||5:22|
|4||Uptight Song||Michael Cleary||5:39|
|5||Walking on Fire||Michael Cleary||7:14|
|6||When Peace Finally Comes||Michael Cleary||4:39|
|7||Heart Takes Flight||Michael Cleary||5:48|
|9||Zydeco Song||Michael Cleary||4:42|
|10||World Like This||Michael Cleary||4:27|
|11||Stone Whistle Jam||Michael Cleary||1:18|
|12||Busy Bass||Michael Cleary||5:28|
|13||Bobby Don't Say||Michael Cleary||6:25|