The Blue Nile - Live In New York album flac
Title: Live In New York
MP3 album: 1113 mb
FLAC album: 1273 mb
Other formats: MPC APE AUD MOD VOC XM MP4
Genre: Electronic / Pop
The Blue Nile's first live public performance since making A Walk Across the Rooftops was in December 1989 on the television programme Halfway to Paradise, a Scottish-based arts magazine show broadcast on Channel 4. They also composed and performed the theme tune for the programme, later released as a single B-side. Buchanan recalled that he had bought the guitar in a New York music shop, and by coincidence Robert Bell had seen the guitar earlier the same day and called Buchanan to tell him about it. A gospel choir made a brief appearance on the lead-off single, "Happiness". Despite the release of Peace at Last on a major label, critical reaction to the album was more mixed than for the band's previous records, although sales were good entering the UK album chart at #13.
given the time to sink in, the album fits well in their canon. There are many recognizable Blue Nile motifs throughout-the imagery of rain, railway stations, traffic and rooftops will certainly be familiar-and the tempo barely rises above a stately shuffle, which for some might seem a missed opportunity for stylistic innovation. However, for those of us who've cherished the band's previous albums, High is like meeting a new friend, albeit one possessing a reassuring familiarity.
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The Blue Nile’s music also sounds like falling in love, slow and starry-eyed, with melodies that fizzle and glow like streetlights. By the time they released their sophomore album, Hats, in the autumn of 1989, Buchanan was 33 years old, and his songs, once littered with bold declarations of love, now seemed to be composed entirely of ellipses and question marks. The members of the Blue Nile met while they were students at the University of Glasgow. Headlights on the Parade rides its glowing new wave groove while Buchanan prods a lover that something isn’t right.
Frenchmen Street is one of the hidden, but not-so-hidden, treasures of New Orleans. It's a place where great people, awesome food, and good times mix with incredible music, but you don't always have to worry about the flashing lights and huge crowds of the French Quarter. That's because of small, but premiere music establishments such as the Blue Nile. It's not hard to find Blue Nile, but it may sometimes be hard to get in. It's a popular spot and brings in some of the best local, international, and national artists that music has to offer
FAN SITE sharing music of The Blue Nile and Paul Buchanan, scottish musicians from Glasgow. Created by fans in March 20th 2010. It is an app called LOCATIFY SMART GUIDE and his tour is called Source of the Nile.
Nom du groupe The Blue Nile. Date de parution Octobre 1989. Style MusicalNew-Wave. Membres possèdant cet album0. 1. Over the Hillside. 2. The Downtown Lights. 3. Let's Go Out Tonight.
Five long years in the making, the Blue Nile's stellar Hats was well worth the wait; sweeping and majestic, it's a triumph of personal vision over the cold, remote calculations of technology. While created almost solely without benefit of live instruments, it is nevertheless an immensely warm and human album; Paul Buchanan's plaintive vocals and poignant songs are uncommonly moving, and his deployment of lush synth washes and electronic percussion is never gratuitous, each song instead crafted with painterly precision.