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The Motels - The Motels album mp3
Contemporary Pop/Rock,New Wave,Punk/New Wave
  • Performer:
    The Motels
  • Title:
    The Motels
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Contemporary Pop/Rock,New Wave,Punk/New Wave
  • Date of release:
    1979
  • Duration:
    38:10
  • Recording location:
    Sunset sound
  • Size FLAC version
    1333 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1648 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1656 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
    627
  • Formats:
    AU DMF AA MP4 AIFF FLAC

This is the seventh studio album by the band The Motels, recorded with current touring band whom Martha Davis has been working with for a few years. When Matthew Morgan, a producer-engineer from Portland met up with The Motels, the resulting work became the new album, This. All tracks written by Martha Davis, except where noted. Martha Davis – vocals, guitar. Jon Siebels – bass guitar. Nick Johns – keyboard. Eric Gardner – drums, percussion.

Motels is the first studio album by new wave band The Motels, recorded in the spring of 1979 and released in the fall. It was produced by John Carter. It peaked at on Billboard's album chart in December. The band began recording on the 14th of the same month and finished within the first week of September.

Apocalypso (The Motels album). Apocalypso was released in 2011, although it was intended to be the third studio album by the band The Motels, recorded in 1981. The album that was re-worked and released was All Four One. Apocalypso remained unreleased until 2011. The album was awarded the best re-issue award by the Independent Music Awards.

Live album by The Motels. January 30, 2007 (2007-01-30) Contents. The band began recording on the 14th of the same month and finished within the first week of September

On the album they're exploring the darker sides of living in Los Angeles. The atmospheric and artful compositions of the band can be heard in their rocking and artful songs. The vocalist Martha Davis brings some songs to life with her beautiful voice. Celia" and "Kix" are two excellent crafted songs, but it's getting even better when you'll hear "Closets and Bullets". The album exudes the mood of excitement and danger of late Los Angeles at night. Since the formation of The Motels they've been touring in different line-ups.

Credits

Carter - Producer
Bob Carter - Producer
Martha Davis - Composer, Guitar, Vocals
Warren Dewey - Engineer
Ken Fritz - Director
Elliot Gilbert - Photography
Brian Glascock - Drums, Percussion
Michael Goodroe - Bass
Jeff Jourard - Composer, Guitar
Martin Jourard - Keyboards, Saxophone
Marty Jourard - Keyboards, Saxophone
Roy Kohara - Art Direction, Design
Henry Marquez - Art Direction, Design
The Motels - Primary Artist
Ken Perry - Mastering
Bo Torian - Assistant Engineer
Dennis Turner - Director
John Uomoto - Irish Harp

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Anticipating Martha Davis The Motels 3:51
2 Kix Martha Davis The Motels 2:15
3 Total Control Martha Davis / Jeff Jourard The Motels 5:54
4 Love Don't Help Martha Davis The Motels 1:58
5 Closets and Bullets Martha Davis The Motels 4:24
6 Atomic Cafe Martha Davis The Motels 2:48
7 Celia Martha Davis The Motels 3:06
8 Porn Reggae Martha Davis The Motels 4:17
9 Dressing Up Martha Davis / Jeff Jourard The Motels 5:04
10 Counting Martha Davis The Motels 4:33

Ironfire
I think this is a great album that draws on the influence of Elvis Costello when not exploring its own way. The use of saxophone is well done and outside of the E Street Band is not that common. I'm a bit reminded of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, who would come almost a decade later, but with a female vocal. And a great vocalist Martha Davis is indeed.