» » Rick Springfield - The Snake King

Rick Springfield - The Snake King album flac

  • Performer: Rick Springfield
  • Album: The Snake King
  • FLAC: 1748 mb | MP3: 1491 mb
  • Released: 2018
  • Style: Hard Rock
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 478
  • Format: AUD DTS XM VOX VQF MMF MP2
Rick Springfield - The Snake King album flac

The Orchard Music (от лица компании "Frontiers Music . l"); Kobalt Music Publishing.

Rick Springfield was born Richard Lewis Springthorpe on 23 August 1949 in Balmain, an inner western suburb of Sydney. He is the son of Eileen Louise (Evennett) and Norman James Springthorpe, an Australian Army career officer. His maternal grandparents were English. When he was young, he lived at the army camp with his family. Springfield was a judge for the eighth annual Independent Music Awards to support independent artists. In January 2018 The Snake King album was released on Frontiers Records. This time around he dropped the Country-style from 2016's Rocket Science in favour for the Blues.

The Best Of Rick Springfield. Working Class Dog. Rick Springfield. The Best Of. Calling All Girls - The Romantic Rick Springfield.

The Snake King is a different kind of album for rock veteran Rick Springfield. It is his first blues-rock effort. It’s his first themed record. And it’s the first time he’s expressed his darker side musically. Springfield told Billboard Magazine that the album is as much blues-rock as it is straight blues and that the blues lent itself more to the (darker lyrics) than pop did

Band –Rick Springfield Album – The Snake King Year –2018 Genre – Blues Rock, Classic Rock Country –Australia Quality – MP3 CBR 320 KBPS. Tracklist: 01. Land of the Blind 02.

In season 12 of Supernatural, Rick Springfield played Lucifer and Vince Vincente, a rock star who Lucifer possessed. I stopped watching Supernatural at least six seasons ago but that’s still enough time to get the general aesthetic of the show. So I feel like I know it well enough to confidently state this conspiracy theory: The Snake King is Rick Springfield’s attempt to provide a soundtrack to a musical episode of Supernatural starring Lucifer as played by himself. Genre-wise, The Snake King does the same thing. This album cannot decide on what it wants to sound like, only that it wants to sound tough, gritty, and hard. Some songs have a more country-western tinge, some are straight up attempts at hard rock. One of the oddest selections, Judas Tree, is a blatant blues song, as Springfield goes through the motions of blues lyrical structure and blues sound, but run through a Hollywood lens.

The Grammy-winning rocker is releasing The Snake King, his first blues-oriented album, Jan. 26 via Frontiers Music SRL. All my first bands that I played in as a kid in Australia were blues bands, trying desperately to copy as best we could the amazing music we were hearing coming out of the Chicago blues scene and the older stuff from the deep South,, said Springfield in a statement. My guitar playing was always influenced by the same guys who influenced all the English players I grew up with, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page, etc. Everyone was playing their version of what they.

I hate this album, period. In full disclosure, I have read Rick's autobiography, Late Late at Night.

Maybe he's still pining for "Jessie's Girl," but Rick Springfield has got the blues – at least on record. The Grammy-winning rocker is releasing The Snake King, his first blues-oriented album, Jan.