Big House is the debut album by American country music band Big House. It was released on March 25, 1997 via MCA Nashville. The album includes the singles "Cold Outside," "You Ain't Lonely Yet" and "Love Ain't Easy. Monty Byrom - lead vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar. Tanner Byrom - drums, percussion, background vocals. Sonny California - harmonica, percussion, background vocals. Ron Mitchell - bass guitar, background vocals.
The White Stripes, ‘White Blood Cells’. Sympathy for the Record Industry, 2001. The third album by Jack and Meg White was the right dynamite for a mainstream breakthrough. Jack’s Delta-roadhouse fantasies, Detroit-garage-rock razzle and busted-love lyricism, as well as Meg’s toy-thunder drumming all peaked at once. King’s first album for the Stax label combines his hard, unflashy guitar playing with the sleek sound of the label’s house band, Booker T. and the MG’s. Hits such as Crosscut Saw and Laundromat Blues earned King a new rock & roll audience.
Max D - House of Woo. February 19, 2013. Songs From San Mateo County. New Brockhampton Album "Ginger" To Release In August.
The lead track off his ‘Empirical House’ album sets the stage for a stacked release of hypnotic long players, which feels like the representation of the strong impact Villalobos has had on electronic music throughout his career. It’s his first album since 2012 and fittingly was released via Rhadoo, Petre Inspirescu and Raresh’s imprint, the perfect storm for all minimal heads. Carl Craig can take many titles, but above all he is an innovator, an experimenter, a pusher of boundaries. Versus’ is his most ambitious representation of this yet, one in which he spent nine years adapting his techno catalogue into classical masterpieces designed for orchestral performance. The collection, produced with iconic pianist Francesco Tristano, is nothing short of inspiring, breathtaking even.
That ranginess is what makes the White Album special: it’s feels so familiar, and yet it’s not like anything they’d done before and presages the genius to come in their solo careers. So imagine my surprised delight at stumbling across a bootleg that die-hard completists have surely known about for ages (though it only saw release in 2002): The Beatles: Unplugged is a recording of acoustic songs, most of which would appear on the the White Album, played and sung by John, Paul, and George at George’s house in Esher-hence. In addition to the slew of White Album songs, the recording session also features McCartney’s Junk, which later appeared on his 1970 solo album McCartney and John Lennon’s Jealous Guy (here called Child of Nature ), which surfaced on 1971’s Imagine.
Sam Phillips rushed the album out after Perkins left Sun for Columbia in 1958, which was two years after "Blue Suede Shoes" was a hit, so Perkins not only didn't have a big single in the charts - "Pink Pedal Pushers," his last for Sun, stalled at 91 on the pop charts - but the label released it more as. a cash-in than anything, and it never made much of an impact on the charts. These details fade into the past as the years go by, and what stands is the album itself, which is as good as rock & roll gets.
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|4||Cyclone Day||Carl Mateo||3:34|
|5||Big White House||Carl Mateo||3:28|
|6||I Like You Best||Carl Mateo||3:04|
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|10||Laughing in the Rain||Carl Mateo||3:06|
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