No Angry Young Man - No Angry Young Man album flac
Title: No Angry Young Man
Style: Classical, Neo-Classical, Contemporary, Vocal
MP3 album: 1355 mb
FLAC album: 1198 mb
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Genre: Pop / Classical / Folk and Country
The "angry young men" were a group of mostly working- and middle-class British playwrights and novelists who became prominent in the 1950s. The group's leading figures included John Osborne and Kingsley Amis. It is thought to be derived from the autobiography of Leslie Paul, founder of the Woodcraft Folk, whose Angry Young Man was published in 1951.
Angry young men. The ideological and economic life of Britain was greatly influenced by the Second World War. This could not but affect the development of English literature. Disillusionment and scepticism had become the main features of the young post-war generation. Those youngsters stood up against bourgeois morals, protested angrily against reality and tried to find new aims in life. The literature of the 50s reflected the "anger" of the young. They all chose for their main character an intelligent young man from the lower middle class; he had a university education, but was unable to find his place in a society that was suffering from class contradictions. Thus the characters in the novels and plays written by "the angry young men" were a true-to-life reflection of post-war English society and the thoughts and hopes of the young people of England.
Angry Young Men: Overview of the Angry Young Men, British literary, dramatic, and film movement of the 1950s and ’60s that expressed frustration with the class system. When the Royal Court Theatre’s press agent described the play’s 26-year-old author John Osborne as an angry young man, the name was extended to all his contemporaries who expressed rage at the persistence of class distinctions, pride in their lower-class mannerisms, and dislike for anything highbrow or phoney. When Sir Laurence Olivier played the leading role in Osborne’s second play, The Entertainer (1957), the Angry Young Men were acknowledged as the dominant literary force of the decade. Look Back in AngerLobby card for Look Back in Anger (1959), starring Richard Burton
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|1||Song For Suicide||3:03|
|4||Your Sister Looks Cute||2:34|
|6||Part Of My Youth||3:34|
|7||It Takes Two||3:43|
|9||Wine & Candles||4:26|
|10||Skip The Plan||4:26|
- Arranged By – Pieter Hulst
- Cello – Pieter Hulst
- Composed By – Jeroen Van Ham, Johan Loeckx, Pieter Hulst
- Grand Piano – Johan Loeckx (tracks: All tracks except Wine & Candles), Pieter Hulst (tracks: Wine & Candles)
- Lead Vocals – Jeroen Van Ham
- Producer – Bai Kamara jr.
- Written-By – No Angry Young Man
NotesRecorded by Philip Masure at Folk Studio.
Mixed by Marc François at BSB studios.
Mastered by Staf Verbeeck at Jet Studio.