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Vincent is the eponymous fourth studio album by American musician St. Vincent. It was released on February 24, 2014, in the United Kingdom and a day later in the United States, through Loma Vista Recordings and Republic Records. Produced by John Congleton, it features collaborations with Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings drummer Homer Steinweiss and Midlake drummer McKenzie Smith. The tracks were arranged and demoed by Annie Clark in Austin, Texas and recorded at the Elmwood studio in Dallas.
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I remember the first time I heard bad music for bad ppl or pretty hate machine or nothing shocking. the feeling I get from genius music is second to none. same feeling fist time I heard her. Just good music for good humans. The audience was very rightly in love with the show, and the performance was one of those beautiful cathartic experiences that I always hope for with my stage theatre background. The new album is absolutely stellar. Also, I felt so sad for those who arrived late and missed seeing Tuck and Patti open the show. Their set was lovely, and I was so happy to have experienced their talent and their love and adoration for their niece.
EP, 1983, Epic Records, CBS Records, Bullet Records. 1. If It Ain't Gonna Change. 3. Far Far Away (Slade Cover). Single, 1994, Epic Records.
Vincent: I ain't saying it's right. But you're saying a foot massage don't mean nothing, and I'm saying it does. Now, look, I've given a million ladies a million foot massages, and they all meant something. Vincent: Ain't hungry. Jules: Well, if you like burgers, give them a try sometime. Me, I can't usually get 'em because my girlfriend's a vegetarian, which, pretty much makes me a vegetarian. I do love the taste of a good burger. turns to Brett) You know what they call a Quarter Pounder with cheese in France? Brett: Um, no.
After their self-titled 2016 debut, Jody Stephens did not assume that he and Luther Russell had a second Those Pretty Wrongs album in them. But that turned out to be the case as the Memphis-Los Angeles duo will release Zed For Zulu - whose "Ain't Nobody But Me" is premiering exclusively below - on Sept. It was actually a friend of Stephens' named Robert who inspired both the jangly "Ain't Nobody But Me" and, in its wake, the rest of Zed For Zulu's diverse 10 tracks. He calls from time to time and says, 'Hey, ain't nobody but me, Robert,'" Stephens explains. It breaks my heart a little bit because he's had struggles in his life, so the song has more to do with a relationship. That was the first one.
Ain't no grave Can hold my body down There ain't no grave Can hold my body down. Well, look down yonder, Gabriel Put your feet on the land and sea But Gabriel, don't you blow your trumpet Until you hear from me. There ain't no grave Can hold my body down Ain't no grave Can hold my body down. Well meet me, Jesus, meet me Meet me in the middle of the air And if these wings don't fail me I will meet you anywhere. Ain't no grave Can hold my body down There ain't no grave Can hold my body down. The album, but specifically this song gives the feeling of Cash singing from the grave. Through the use of his lyrics and the chains in the music, the song has a haunting feel. com/watch?v i3wJjLXjySg.