Faces - A Nod Is As Good As A Wink...To A Blind Horse (2009 Rhino 180g LP) album flac
- Album: A Nod Is As Good As A Wink...To A Blind Horse (2009 Rhino 180g LP)
- FLAC: 1286 mb | MP3: 1134 mb
- Released: 2010
- Style: Classic Rock
- Rating: 4.6/5
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Повторите попытку позже. Опубликовано: 16 сент. 2009 г. My cover of the album.
1) Общая лексика: слепому коню что кивай, что подмигивай 2) Пословица: как об стену горох, что в лоб, что по лб. .
A Nod's As Good As a Wink. to a Blind Horse was the third album by British rock group Faces, and their second album of 1971. Bolstered somewhat by lead singer Rod Stewart's recent solo success with "Maggie May", it was their most successful album worldwide, peaking at No. 6 in the US, and reaching No. 2 in the UK. It also contains their biggest US hit, the swaggering "Stay with Me" (No. 6 in the UK, No. 17 in the US), and the album itself would be certified gold by the RIAA in 1972.
Transferred from 180 gram vinyl reissue "WMG (от лица компании "Rhino (Pure)"); PEDL, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, Warner Chappell, LatinAutor, BMI - Broadcast Music In. EMI Music Publishing, UBEM, ASCAP, LatinAutor - SonyATV, CMRRA" и другие авторские общества (3). Композиция. You're so Rude (2006 Remaster).
When they entered the studio to record their third studio album, the Faces were really gathering momentum. Unfortunately for public perception of the band, their lead singer's solo career was taking off even faster. The group's second effort, Long Player, represented a major commercial leap when it arrived in stores in February 1971. A Top 40 hit on both sides of the Atlantic, it was nevertheless eclipsed by singer Rod Stewart's third solo record, Every Picture Tells a Story, which hit No. 1 in the . While public perception was increasingly focused on Stewart, the new album - titled A Nod Is As Good As a Wink. to a Blind Horse - presented the band at their creatively democratic best. Of the eight originals they lined up for the LP, the majority were co-written, with Lane, McLagan, Stewart and Wood all having a hand in the record's makeup.
A trio of Grateful Dead LPs were first to be released, followed by other classic rock albums of the early 1970s such as The Yes Album and T. Rex's Electric Warrior. Warner Stategic Marketing’s President Of Strategic Marketing And Custom Products, Mark Pinkus told Billboard: As the ’80s turned into the ’90s, Rhino was at the forefront of both the CD revolution and the ‘Save the Vinyl’ campaign . To A Blind Horse (LP, Album, RE, 180). Records, Rhino Vinyl.
Exclusively for Prime members. Best Faces album ever. I recommend this to any Rod Stewart fans that may have missed it. Every song is a classic.
Certainly, it didn't change the character of the album itself, which is the tightest record the band ever made. Granted that may be a relative term, since sloppiness is at the heart of the band, but this doesn't feel cobbled together (which the otherwise excellent Long Player did) and it serves up tremendous song after tremendous song, starting with the mean, propulsive "Miss Judy's Farm" and ending with the rampaging good times of "That's All You Need.
The Faces took a year to truly coalesce into the supreme rock ‘n’ roll band, but their third album features some epic swagger and strut. to a Blind Horse features some classics, including the hit Stay with Me. It’s a shame that Stewart’s solo success would soon derail the group. Of course, Ronnie Wood ends up in the Rolling Stones, Jones joins the Who, and Stewart ends up in Vegas, but at this particular moment in music history, the Faces rival the Stones. The Faces made their bones as a live band, but this album captured the essence of what.
To A Blind Horse was The Faces’ most successful album, featuring the classic line up of Stewart, Lane, Wood, McLagan and Jones. Given a preference, The Faces always chose to be onstage or in a pub (ideally on stage in a pub) rather than inside a studio. However, A No. omes very, very close to capturing the band’s loose-limbed live spirit. It’s messy but cohesive at the same time. Stay With Me sounds more like a barroom bust-up than an actual song, while Too Bad is a throat-scorching shot of the piano-driven hard stuff. As well as the UK hit single, Stay With Me, which got to in December 1971, the album’s opener, Miss Judy’s Farm, That’s All You Need, plus bass player Ronnie Lane’s eclectic songs Debris and You’re.