Forever - Various - Through The Haze (Vinyl)

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  1. CSN's music first became a cornerstone of rock 'n roll with the self-titled debut LP, one of Rolling Stone's Greatest Albums of All Time. Ever since-through changing times, various configurations, and acclaimed solo careers - Crosby, Stills & Nash have continued to tour and record as three together.
  2. Oct 05,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Through The Haze on Discogs/5(7).
  3. Stargazer continues building that bridge from the dead ends of typical LA sleaze balladry, into more interesting and more complex rock territories, over some really dark and deep waters. The lyrics are a love letter to Andy’s girlfriend Xana, through the haze of a downward spiral of drug abuse.
  4. Out Of Stock LP, Vinyl record album Booker T's definitely into a great new groove here – one that really extrapolates his Memphis roots through the haze of early 70s California – coming up with some wonderful sounds along the way!
  5. Inches From the Sun by Spelljammer, released 29 October 1. Mountainside 2. Witcher 3. Nine 4. Rise of the Sonic Surfer "The band sets up a hypnotic groove that is always climbing in atmosphere and the clean vocals from Nik perfectly compliments that sound. The groove while repetitive is also infectious and the seven minutes of this song flows beautifully and is extremely well-balanced so.
  6. But that's just for openers, because various post-punks, New Romantics, Krautrockers, hard rockers, space rockers, and dream-poppers, all leave their mark as well. The epic "England, Pt. 2" is WFANFC 's epiphany, a brilliant musical journey through myriad genres and time, folding in elements of British Invasion, '70s rock, post-punk, baggy.
  7. CHECK STOCK!!! Received a rating from Pitchfork. On the eponymously titled final song of her debut album Land Of No Junction, Irish songwriter Aoife Nessa Frances sings “Take me to the land of no junction / Before it fades away / Where the roads can never cross / But go their own way.” This search, indeed the heart of the album, recalls journeys towards an ever shifting centre—a.

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