John Cale - The Man Who Couldn't Afford To... album flac
Title: The Man Who Couldn't Afford To...
Style: Alternative Rock, Art Rock
MP3 album: 1290 mb
FLAC album: 1172 mb
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Genre: Rock / Folk and Country
John Cale (born 9 March 1942) is a Welsh musician, composer, singer-songwriter and record producer who was a founding member of the experimental rock band The Velvet Underground in the 1960s. In the subsequent four decades, Cale has released varied solo albums, film soundtracks, and collaborations with Lou Reed, Brian Eno, Bob Neuwirth and others. Inside the Dream Syndicate, Vol. I: Day of Niagara (Table of the Elements) 2000. New York in the 1960s: Sun Blindness Music (Table of the Elements) 2001.
Pity the poor man, pity the sad man Pity the green man who couldn't afford to orgy Pity the policeman, pity the snowman Pity the woman who . John Cale - The Island Years Album Lyrics. 1. All I Want Is You. 2. Baby What You Want Me to Do. 3. Baby, What You Want Me to Do?
John Cale)Moe Tucker I'm Waiting for the Man (feat. John Cale)John Cale Waiting for the Man Live, Grugahalle Essen 1. 0. 19John Cale Waiting for the Man Live, Zeche Bochum 0. 1983John McCusker The Big Man, Waiting for Janet. The Man Who Couldn't Afford To Orgy.
Ahead of his new album, the former Velvet Underground man tells of his love of hip-hop, why tangerines are more tempting than drugs, and why he doesn't feel bad about taking his anger out on piano. r chickens. Who are your favourite hip-hop artists? The funny ones more than anything. Snoop is really funny, there's a lot of humour in there. As John Cale prepares to release his new album, we head to Rock's Backpages – the world's leading archive of vintage music writing – for this 1971 Rolling Stone interview with Cale and former Velvet Underground chanteuse Nico. Published: 25 Sep 2012. John Cale and Nico: 'We needed someone like Andy Warhol' – a classic interview from the vaults. New music: John Cale – Face to the Sky. John Cale is back. And this time he's armed with a vocoder. Published: 30 Aug 2012. John Cale – Extra Playful: exclusive stream.
On a recent weekend, John Cale and friends played two programs in the BAM Next Wave Festival. On Thursday and Friday, they played The Velvet Underground & Nico ; on Saturday, they played music from Cale’s long and daring solo career, in celebration of his seventy-fifth birthday. Cale left the Velvet Underground in 1968, after its second album, White Light/White Heat, and had tensions with Lou Reed then and in the decades that followed. The prospect of hearing him play The Velvet Underground & Nico at BAM felt like a minor spiritual coup-something you couldn’t quite imagine happening when Reed was alive. The friend I’d brought had just been to the new Stephen Shore retrospective at MOMA, which includes photographs of Reed and Cale at the Factory that Shore took as a teen-ager. He showed me the images on his phone.
What are the best albums by John Cale? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Couldn't afford a car so she named her daughter Alexis".
And John couldn’t tell them that the left side of his brain, the lobe humans use to arrange symbols logically in a sequence, had always misfired. Instead, in second grade they put him in the dumb row. In third grade a nun handed a yardstick to the other children when John refused to read or write and let each student have a crack at his legs. In fourth grade his teacher called on him to read and let one minute of quiet pile upon another until the child thought he would suffocate. Then he was passed on to the next grade and the next. John Corcoran never failed a year in his life.
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Island Records Ltd.
- Published By – Island Music Ltd.
- Producer – Eno*, John Cale, Phil Manzanera
- Written-By – J. Cale*
Notes℗ 1974 Island Records Ltd.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): WIP.6202-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): WIP.6202-B
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): WIPX 1334
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): WIPX 1335
|WIP.6202||John Cale||The Man Who Couldn't Afford To Orgy (7", Single)||Island Records||WIP.6202||UK||1974|