Something Old, Something New, Something Blue, Somethin' Else is a rock and roll album that by the Crickets. It is The Crickets' third release following the departure and subsequent death of their front man, Buddy Holly. As the original cover indicates, the album contains versions of four old songs, four new songs, and four songs with variations of "blue" in the title.
Something old" is the first line of a traditional rhyme that details what a bride should wear at her wedding for good luck: Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a sixpence in her shoe. The old item provided protection for the baby to come. The item borrowed from another happy bride provided good luck. The colour blue was a sign of fidelity. The sixpence-a silver British coin-was a symbol of prosperity or acted as a ward against evil done by frustrated suitors.
Punk-Rock Narcoleptic Youth. 队列表 Punk-Rock Narcoleptic Youth Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed.
Patricia Hendrix - Ardently but tender. album: Something Old Something New. Opie Hendrix - Thank You Very Much. Georgia Jung - Real Love. album: The Story of Trappin' Hendrix. DJ Tripp da HitMajor, Lil Bruh Cartier, Mark Jakobz, Monseani, Xvl Hendrix - Still Trippin'. album: 2: Still Trippin.
What’s the meaning of something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue ? Read the history behind this popular wedding tradition. Here’s Where the Something Old, New, Borrowed and Blue Tradition Comes From. Learn the meaning behind these wedding good-luck charms.
Something Old, Something New is the third extended play recorded by Canadian rock group Marianas Trench, released May 26, 2015 through 604 Records, Cherrytree Records, and Interscope Records. It contains two songs originally recorded for the band's fourth studio album, Astoria (2015), and two tracks that pre-date the recording of their debut studio album, Fix Me (2006). After wrapping up promotion of their previous studio album, Ever After (2011), in 2013, the group returned to the studio to work on new music. The release of "Pop 101" in July 2014 was intended as the beginning of the Astoria era and was followed up with a second single ("Here's to the Zeros") that winter.
CreditsPatricia Hendrix - Primary Artist
|Piano Sonata No. 1 in C major, K. 279 (K. 189d)|
|4||Kinderszenen No. 1 ("Von fremden Ländern und Menschen"), for piano, Op. 15/1||Patricia Hendrix||1:48|
|5||Waltz for piano No. 5 in A flat major, Op. 42, CT. 211||Patricia Hendrix||3:36|
|6||Nocturne for piano No. 15 in F minor, Op. 55/1, CT. 122||Patricia Hendrix||5:12|
|A-Musings, for piano|
|7||No. 1. Introspectively||Patricia Hendrix||1:57|
|8||No. 2. Hesitant, Questioning||Patricia Hendrix||1:16|
|9||No. 3. Brooding, heartfelt||Patricia Hendrix||2:12|
|10||No. 4. Ardently, but tender||Patricia Hendrix||2:26|
|Napoli, suite for piano, FP 40|
|11||No. 1. Barcarolle||Patricia Hendrix||1:51|
|12||No. 2. Nocturne||Patricia Hendrix||3:08|
|13||No. 3. Caprice Italien||Patricia Hendrix||6:37|
|Preludes (3) for piano|
|14||No. 1. Prelude||Patricia Hendrix||2:51|
|15||No. 2. Sarcasm||Patricia Hendrix||5:02|
|16||No. 3. Poeme||Patricia Hendrix||2:20|