Robert Wilson And The Rising Star Singers - Lonesome Valley album flac
Title: Lonesome Valley
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The Rising" is the title track on Bruce Springsteen's 12th studio album The Rising, and was released as a single in 2002. Springsteen wrote the song in reaction to the September 11, 2001 attacks on New York City. It gained critical praise and earned Grammy Awards for Best Rock Song and Best Male Rock Vocal Performance, as well as a nomination for Song of the Year. Rolling Stone named it the 35th best song of the decade. VH1 placed it 81st on its list of the "100 Greatest Songs of the '00s".
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The Lonesome Valley Singers Victoria, British Columbia. The Lonesome Valley Singers have disbanded as of August 2011. If you enjoy these songs be sure to check out David Chenery's new band Black Valley Gospel. Live at the Fort St. Cafe. Mary Bell Cassette EP.
As a homage to revolutionary composer John Cage, Robert Wilson performs Cage's Lecture on Nothing, one of the central texts of twentieth-century experimental literature. The production has been described as being an "acoustically and visually inspiring approach to the philosophical and poetic text" which Cage based on a complex time length scheme similar to some of his music. Cage’s text is charming, often amusing, often quotable, equally often intentionally infuriating and profoundly thought provoking.
The many voices that come out of the ether on Bruce Springsteen's The Rising all seem to have two things in common: the first is that they are writing from the other side, from the day after September 11, 2001, the day when life began anew, more uncertain than ever before.
Bruce Springsteen, ‘The Rising’. Writer: Springsteen Producer: Brendan O'Brien Released: July '02, Columbia 11 weeks; No. 52. Springsteen wrote the track about 9/11, taking the viewpoint of a firefighter entering one of the Twin Towers ("Can't see nothin' in front of m. ) before unleashing the gospel-tinged chorus. This gospel-rock hymn featured Dreamgirls star Jennifer Holliday, one of the Thompson Twins and, most notably, the New Jersey Mass Choir. Said Jones, "I'll always remember them getting in a circle before we did it and everyone saying the Lord's Prayer.
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A critical and commercial knockout - and his first album with the E Street Band in 18 years - The Rising is widely considered Springsteen’s response to 9/11. But it’s also true that its core themes - faith, hope, loss and the creation of strength from each - were at heart a continuation of the work he’d begun decades before. Released: July 30, 2002. Label: Columbia Records. Produced By: Brendan O'Brien.
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|4||Leasing On Jesus|
|5||Come On Jesus|
|6||Come By Here Lord|
|8||Storming All Night|