Your high-resolution PDF file will be ready to download in the original published key. What a Wonderful World. Armstrong, Louis. Sheeran, Ed. Let It Be. The Beatles. Easy Piano. The Prayer. Foster, David. Piano Solo. I Will Always Love You. Houston, Whitney. Holy Holy Holy. Brickman, Jim. I Can See Clearly Now.
Nash, Johnny. Can You Feel the Love Tonight. The Lion King. Rather Be. Clean Bandit feat. Jess Glynne. Oh, Pretty Woman. By Album. Notify me of new comments via email. Powered by CITE. Missing lyrics by Lynn Anderson? Know any other songs by Lynn Anderson? Don't keep it to yourself! Add it Here. Create a new account. Log In. Top of the World. Heartbreak Hotel. Railride Kickboard Posted by spavid at PM 12 comments:.
Once again I uncover a great, virtually unknown power-pop talent from an era I thought I'd reached the bottom of the barrel of a long time ago.
Steve Blimkie and the Reason were a Toronto quartet who released two albums this being the first and about a half dozen singles during their run scroll over to the hyperlink for a bio on The Canadian Pop Encyclopedia.
They compensated for their lack of innovation with sheer quality and a respectable amount of character to boot. Steve Blimkie and the Reason falls just shy of classic status, offering succinct, whip-smart pearls like "Can't Say I'm Sorry," "Subway," and "It Only Happened Twice," all clocking in well under the three-minute mark. On a more trivial note, upon dissolution of the band, two of Blimkie's hired guns went onto greater success in Honeymoon Suite. Break My Heart Tomorrow It Only Happened Twice All I Want is You Alone Can't Say I'm Sorry On the Edge Subway As I Am I Got This Feeling Posted by spavid at PM 4 comments:.
Happy Holidays! My apologizes, and thanks for your appreciative comments. Posted by spavid Never Promised - The Oysters - Green Eggs And Ham (Vinyl PM 32 comments:.
Click on the hyperlink in the last sentence to go back to the original post containing the track list and source info. The new Rapidshare link consolidated into one file this time is below. Posted by spavid at PM 3 comments:. Monday, December 21, Single Bullet Theory - demos. Thought this might be of some interest to you out there. In fact, only two of them carried over to the the album "Anxious," and their no-hit wonder signature song "Keep It Tight".
SBT were up the same alley as The Knack, Tommy Tutone, and more vaguely the Paul Collins Beat, but they possessed a streetwise streak that was seemingly neutered from a lot of their more prominent contemporaries.
I should also metion that there's a metal band making the rounds these days going by the same name, but I don't think you'll be confused. Peggy Got Her Eyes Full Miss Two Knives Winter is Melting Away Keep It Tight Tell Me the Answer I Got a Secret Anxious I Know Better Now Saturday, December 19, And everything is going to the beat Everybody seems to be pretty tight-lipped about it, but not only are we at the close of another year, but a decade as well.
Who can blame them, right? I need not go into that I suppose, but as an annual tradition that began last year, I would be remiss without charting the best albums and reissues of This blog is predominantly about the past, but you'd be surprised at how well I can multi-task with the current slew of music as well. For me LP '00s were a steady downward trajectory, with each succeeding year producing a less enticing crop of new albums and bands.
Then from out of the blue, something quite amazing happened this spring. To this set of ears, no other band dominated '09 more than Passion Pitperhaps the single most arresting band to roll outta Boston, MA since the Pixies.
I'll be the first to admit they're a puzzling pick given my usual pallet. In fact, I've never been so stoked on a band so utterly diametric to who I normally wax about on Wilfully Obscure, past or present. Nevertheless, their debut, Never Promised - The Oysters - Green Eggs And Ham (Vinyl, Manners is by far and away the most convincing proposition the year had to offer, and for that matter, the past three or four years. Specializing in engulfingly, hyper techno-pop, Passion Pit are more attuned to the dance floor than just about any other environ I tend to frequent.
Think the Gibb brothers fronting New Order on overdrive. Furthermore, Manners ironically bids adieu to a sheer pisser of a decade on an ultra celebratory crescendo, not a whimper. My only concern? Though far from mainstream, the band is hardly underground at this point, which means a lot of you have already experienced them firsthand. The links and tracklists are at the tail end of the post. Yes, there was other stuff occupying Album) CD player and turntable this year.
Also of note was the equally out of character indulgence, Owl Cityyet another Casio-kissed contender churning out sublime in fact, downright utopic keyboard confections. Inspired newcomers like Japandroids, Telekenesisand I Was a King sweetened the pot to fine effect.
Mission of Burma delivered their most roiling post-reunion album yet, and Julian Casablancas of Strokes fame stunned with a bracing debut solo effort that I never saw coming.
Thankfully, for your sake, there's a Rapidshare link to the whole thing below. Alongside my Top 20 and honorable mentions, are my fave reissues and such of I'd say that's enough typing for one day. Enjoy, and if you're up for more Passion Pit visit them on Myspaceand check out a plethora of live goodies and sessions on Peenko blog.
Owl City — Ocean Eyes Universal Superdrag — Industry Giants Thirty Tigers Japandroids — Post-Nothing Polyvinyl The Bernadettes — Waking Up Birds self released Marked Men — Ghosts Dirtnap Vinyl Candy — Land self released Telekenesis — Telekenesis!
Merge Silversun Pickups — Swoon Dangerbird Close Lobsters — Forever Until Victory! The Singles Collection Fire The Ergs! Nirvana — Bleach Sub Pop Album) Reeling Calvin Harris Remix Sleepyhead Neo Tokyo Remix Little Secrets Hey Champ Remix To Kingdom Come Artwork Remix Batty Lashes Chunk of Change outtake Better Things Make Light Let Your Love Grow Tall Folds In Your Hands Moth's Wings Sleepyhead
Wont Make Sense (Barbed Wire Fence), Moos - Guus Janssen Septet - 85 .... 86 (Vinyl, LP), Orchid Garden, Untitled - Umberto Eco - Der Name Der Rose (CD), Go Ahead - Eruption (4) - Fight Fight Fight (Vinyl, LP, Album), I Guess Things Have To Change - Shirley & Company - Disco Dynamite! (Vinyl, LP), Mocking Bird, Dont Forget - Keziah Jones - Rhythm Is Love (CD)