The B-52's - Cosmic Thing (Cosa Cósmica) album flac
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Drums – Steve FerroneGuitar – Keith StricklandKeyboards – Tommy Mandell*Vocals – Cindy Wilson, Fred Schneider, Kate Pierson
Bass Guitar – Sara LeeDrums – Sonny EmoryGuitar – Keith StricklandKeyboards – Keith Strickland, Philippe SaisseVocals – Cindy Wilson, Fred Schneider, Kate Pierson, Keith Strickland
Backing Vocals – Fred Schneider, Keith StricklandBass Guitar – Sara LeeDrums – Sonny EmoryGuitar – Keith StricklandKeyboards – Philippe SaisseVocals – Cindy Wilson, Kate Pierson
Bass Guitar – Sara LeeDrums – Charlie Drayton*Guitar – Keith StricklandHorns [Uptown Horns] – Arno Hecht, Bob Funk, Carl Beatty, Chris Cioe*, Paul Literal*Keyboards – Kate PiersonVocals – Cindy Wilson, Fred Schneider, Kate Pierson
Bass Guitar – Sara LeeDrums – Charlie Drayton*Guitar – Keith StricklandKeyboards – Kate Pierson, Keith StricklandPercussion – Fred SchneiderVocals – Cindy Wilson, Fred Schneider, Kate Pierson
Bass Guitar – Sara LeeDrums – Leroy CloudenGuitar – Keith StricklandKeyboards – Richard HiltonLyrics By – Robert WaldropVocals – Cindy Wilson, Kate Pierson
Bass Guitar – Sara LeeDrums – Charlie Drayton*Guitar, Keyboards – Keith StricklandPercussion – Fred SchneiderVocals – Cindy Wilson, Fred Schneider, Kate Pierson
Drums – Charlie Drayton*Guitar – Keith StricklandKeyboards – Kate Pierson, Keith StricklandVocals – Cindy Wilson, Fred Schneider, Kate Pierson
Backing Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards – Keith StricklandBass Guitar – Sara LeeDrums – Leroy CloudenGuitar – Nile RodgersVocals – Cindy Wilson, Fred Schneider, Kate Pierson
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Backing Vocals – Kate Pierson, Sara LeeBass Guitar – Sara LeeDrums – Leroy CloudenGuitar – Keith StricklandKeyboards – Keith Strickland, Richard Hilton, Sara Lee
NotesNile Rodgers sessions:
All tracks recorded and mixed at Skyline Studios, NYC
Don Was sessions:
All tracks recorded at Dreamland Recording Studio, West Hurley, NY
Pre-production at Bearsville Stuidos, Bearsville, NY
Mixed at Skyline Studios, NYC (A5, B3)
Mixed at Electric Lady NYC (A4, B2)
© 1989 Reprise Records
℗ 1989 Reprise Records
Made in U.S.A.
|9 25854-1, 1-25854||The B-52's||Cosmic Thing (LP, Album)||Reprise Records, Reprise Records||9 25854-1, 1-25854||US||1989|
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|25854-4, WU 1470||The B-52's||Cosmic Thing (Cass, Album)||Reprise Records, 飛碟唱片||25854-4, WU 1470||Taiwan||1989|
|9258542||The B-52's||Cosmic Thing (CD, Album, RE)||Reprise Records||9258542||Australia||Unknown|
|9 25854-1||The B-52's||Cosmic Thing (LP, Album, RE)||SNC Records||9 25854-1||Russia||1993|
Cosmic Thing" was the band's sixth studio album, released on June 27, 1989 . Авторы текста и музыки. Keith Strickland, Fred Schneider, Kate Pierson, Cindy Wilson.
Cosmic Thing (Cosa Cósmica) (Cass, Album). WEA, Reprise Records. Cosmic Thing (Cosa Cósmica) (LP, Album). This sounds mind-bogglingly good. The bass dynamic is so tight. Responder Notifícame Helpful.
Cosmic Thing is the fifth studio album by American new wave band the B-52's, released in 1989. It contains the singles "Love Shack" and "Roam". The success of the album served as a comeback after the death of guitarist Ricky Wilson in 1985. Six of the album's songs were produced by Nile Rodgers in New York City, and the remaining four by Don Was in upstate New York. The band embarked on the Cosmic Tour to promote the album.
Many observers were prepared to write off the B-52's after the release of Bouncing Off the Satellites. Granted, the album was completed in the wake of Ricky Wilson's death, but the group appeared bereft of new musical ideas and were sounding rather stale. In other words, the last thing anyone expected was a first-class return to form, which is what they got with Cosmic Thing.
ИСПОЛНИТЕЛЬ: The B-52's. Год, дата выхода: 2019. СТРАНА: United States. Mention the phrase "Love Shack" and anyone you're talking to will immediately know to what you're referencing. Few songs stick in the brain with such lasting power, fond memories, and sing-a-long potential as the B-52's blissful 1989 smash, one of the many moments that make the band's Cosmic Thing such a timeless affair.
The B-52s went through some rough times in the years leading up to this song. In 1985, their guitarist, Ricky Wilson, died of AIDS at age 32. Even before his death, they were on the verge of a breakup, with low sales and creative ennui. The four remaining members regrouped in 1987 and found a new creative energy, sparked by this song. When the Cosmic Thing album was released in 1989, it was the breakthrough they needed. More songs from The B-52s. More songs used in movies. More songs produced by Nile Rodgers. More songs from 1988. Lyrics to Cosmic Thing. The B-52s Artistfacts.
Released: 1989, 27 June. 1. Cosmic Thing (The B-52's) - 3:50.
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Wisely, the band chose the title track to kick off the album. A great party-sounding track, "Cosmic Thing" is an infectious upbeat groove where the drummer sounds like he's doing his thing using three sets of drumsticks. I think I detected a zither on this song as well. For sheer exuberance, this one surpasses even "Love Shack".