Search
  
Back
Songs For A Blue Guitar
 : Songs For A Blue Guitar

variant image

by: Red House Painters


Availability: Usually ships in 24 hours

Price: $11.99
as of 08/21/2017 09:38 EDT

This item ships for FREE with Super Saver Shipping.
Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: RED HOUSE PAINTERS
EAN: 0016253106123
Item Dimensions: 4748818555
Label: Supreme Records / Island Independent
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Supreme Records / Island Independent
Model: 1979211
MPN: 531061
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: July 23, 1996
Publisher: Supreme Records / Island Independent
Release Date: July 23, 1996
Studio: Supreme Records / Island Independent




Disc 1:
  1. Have You Forgotten
  2. Song For A Blue Guitar
  3. Make Like Paper
  4. Priest Alley Song
  5. Trailways
  6. I Feel The Rain Fall
  7. Long Distance Runaround
  8. All Mixed Up
  9. Revelation Big Sur
  10. Silly Love Songs
  11. Another Song For A Blue Guitar
Related Items: Alternate Versions: Click to Display

Browse for similar items by category: Click to Display



Editorial Review:

Product Description:
No Description Available
No Track Information Available
Media Type: CD
Artist: RED HOUSE PAINTERS
Title: SONGS FOR A BLUE GUITAR
Street Release Date: 07/23/1996
Domestic
Genre: ROCK/POP

Amazon.com:
At first glance, Songs for a Blue Guitar appears much like previous Red House Painters albums, meandering and largely self-indulgent. Eight of the album's 11 songs stray over the five-minute mark (with two more than twice that length), and there are the covers of Yes's "Long Distance Runaround," Ric Ocasek's "All Mixed Up," and Paul McCartney's "Silly Love Songs." Kozelek may have strange taste when it comes to picking out covers ("Silly Love Songs"?), but on this album he's also showing a commitment and sense of deliberate purpose that I've not heard from him before. Even in the album's centerpiece, the more than 12-minute long "Make Like Paper" that contains a guitar solo that supposedly is responsible for 4AD dropping them, there's not a false move. The song unfolds gently, revealing more facets of itself than the spare instrumentation would seem to allow. The guitar's absolutely delicious Neil Young/Robert Quine/Richard Lloyd crunch doesn't hurt, either. That crunch shows up again in "Long Distance Runaround" and "Silly Love Songs," but the rest of the album is built around a gently arresting acoustic guitar that mirrors the soft-voiced Kozelek. --Randy Silver



Reviews
Average Rating: none





Home | Reviews | Artists | Video | Shop | Links | Contact Us
Ebizagenda.com | Cozmik Toys | Indigo Tunes | Taliesin Records | In Association With Amazon.com | Endless.com
Copyright 2010-2014 CD Maximum
CD Maximum Metal and Rock Video
    View Cart / Checkout  
   Shop  
    Airsoft  
    Apparel  
    Automotive  
    Baby  
    Beauty  
    Books  
    Computers  
    DVD  
    Electronics  
    Hobby Shop  
    Jewelry  
    Kitchen & House  
    Magazines  
    Music  
    Musical Instruments  
    Office Products  
    Outdoor Living  
    Software  
    Photo  
    Sporting Goods  
    Studio Equipment  
    Tools & Equipment  
    Toys  
    Video Games