Al Stewart - Al Stewart's Museum Of Modern Brass album flac
- Album: Al Stewart's Museum Of Modern Brass
- FLAC: 1196 mb | MP3: 1933 mb
- Released: 1975
- Style: Jazz-Rock
- Rating: 4.3/5
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Sirens Of Titan" is a track from Al Stewart's 1975 album, "Modern Times".
Modern Times is Al Stewart's sixth studio album, released in 1975. The album was re-released in 2007 with bonus tracks. Studio album by. Al Stewart. January 1975 (UK), March 1975 (US).
And Al Stewart's albums at the time, with their awareness of history & the passing of years, really captured that feeling. And yet, if it's specifically shaped by the end of the 1960s, it's also a timeless album. Modern Times was perhaps the first album I owned with abundant high frequency response. The Janus record suffered distortion on the highs such as Al's singing. Al generates a lot high frequencies on consonants like "ssss".
Past, Present and Future is Al Stewart's fifth studio album, released in October 1973 in the UK and in May 1974 in the US. This album is considered Stewart's first "major album" and it reached on the Billboard Rock Album chart in 1974. He had taken on a different approach from his previous, folkier work, an approach that would stay with him for most of his career. All songs on this record have historical themes, each song representing a decade of the 20th century.
Modern Times is Al Stewart's sixth studio album, released in 1975 The album was re-released in 2007 with bonus tracks. All tracks composed by Al Stewart except as indicated. Side 1. "Carol" – 4:24. Sirens of Titan" – 2:50. What's Going On" – 3:34.
All formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs (SP) 7 inchs (EP) 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Cassette Clothing T-Shirt Others. Sort by. Relevance New arrivals Artist (a - z) Artist (z - a) Title (a - z) Title (z - a) Format Price (lowest first) Price (highest first) 31 . The Cord automobile Stewart is sitting in belonged to Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page. Centered in the cover, holding a mirror reflecting a bright light toward the viewer, as on Stewart's previous album, Past, Present and Future, the U. S. version of the album features the Marvel Comics character Doctor Strange. Erlewine, Stephen Thomas.
The album was Al Stewart’s twelfth release. The sophisticated piano intro and boss nova beats sets up a classy listen on one of the strongest Al Stewart songs on the record. Al Stewart’s Lord Grenville, was the opening track on his 1976 album Year Of The Cat. The song opens with Al Stewart’s vocal accompanied by a rhythmic British sea shanty guitar groove that is soon surrounded by Alan Parsons sweeping string section. Al Stewart’s tale of a sixteenth century English Naval commander is a haunting exercise in brilliant songwriting and performance.