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The Strings - Let It Be Mine Album

The Strings - Let It Be Mine Album
Title:
Let It Be Mine
Performer:
The Strings
Style:
Pop Rock
Released:
28 Feb 2015
Country:
France
MP3 album size:
1214 mb
FLAC album size:
1523 mb
Genre:
Label:
Not On Label (The Strings Self-released)

Tracklist


1A Song for Everything4:23
2Jailer5:16
3Higher5:37
4Psychotic Dream5:02
5Son of War4:56
6Another World2:19
7Whisper2:50


Credits


  • Bass, VocalsGuilhem Marcos
  • DesignMarc Ingrand
  • DrumsMael Ledoux
  • Featuring, Organ, Performer [Wurlitzer]Daniel Antoine
  • Featuring, PercussionTony Marcos
  • Guitar, VocalsMartin Marcos
  • Mastered ByFrédéric Dosne
  • Producer, Music By, Lyrics ByThe Strings
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByPascal Garmendia


Notes


The Strings is a small band from southern France that debuted in early 2013; this EP is their first release. A full album is scheduled for September 2016.


Barcodes


  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LV26
  • Matrix / Runout: 00095 53686 992 01 53686994
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Companies


  • Recorded At – Colour Box Studio
  • Mixed At – Colour Box Studio
  • Mastered At – Studio 27


Album


Hollyridge Strings - Let It Be Me. The Hollyridge Strings Orch. Greatest Hits Vol. Hollyridge Strings - Yesterday's It Be Mine. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Let It Be is the twelfth and final studio album by the English rock band the Beatles. It was released on 8 May 1970, almost a month after the group's break-up, in tandem with the motion picture of the same name. Like most of the band's previous releases, the album topped record charts in many countries, including both the US and the UK. However, the critical response was generally unfavourable, and Let It Be came to be regarded as one of the most controversial rock albums ever. Let It Be The Replacements album. Let It Be is the third studio album by American rock band The Replacements. It was released on October 2, 1984 by TwinTone Records. A post-punk album with coming-of-age themes, Let It Be was recorded by the band after they had grown tired of playing loud and fast exclusively as on their 1983 Hootenanny album the group decided to write songs that were, according to vocalist Paul Westerberg, a little more sincere. I Me Mine, the waltz sections of which reminds one very definitely of something from one of The Al Jolson Storys more maudlin moments, almost benefits from such treatment - it would have been fully as hilarious as Good Night, after all, had Spector obscured its raunchy guitar with the gooey strings hes so generously lavished on the rest of it. As hes left it, though, it, like Winding Road, is funny enough to find cloying but not funny enough to enjoy laughing at. All of these are, of course, available on the bootleg versions of the album, a further advantage of which is their pure unSpectoredness and the presence of various goodies that didnt quite make it to the official release. The Beatles last album to be released, Let It Be was mostly recorded in early 1969, prior to Abbey Road. The music was produced by George Martin, and was then prepared for release in 1970 by Phil Spector. Following the often fractious sessions for the White Album in the summer of 1968, Paul McCartney realised The Beatles were in danger of fragmenting further if they continued to work independently of each other. We started Let It Be in January 1969 at Twickenham Studios, under the working title Get Back. Michael Lindsay-Hogg was the director. Let It Be is the twelfth and final studio album by English rock band The Beatles, released on 8 May 1970 by Apple Records. Issued almost a month after the band's breakup, it was originally conceived as Get Back, a return to their earlier, less complicated approach to music. Rehearsals began at Twickenham Film Studios in London in January 1969 as part of a planned documentary film showing the Beatles preparing to return to live performance. A project initiated by Paul McCartney, the rehearsals were. And, although his use of strings has generated much criticism, by and large he left the original performances to stand as is: only The Long and Winding Road and to a lesser degree Across the Universe and I Me Mine get the wall-of-sound layers of strings and female choruses. Although most of the album, then, has a live-in-the-studio feel, the main problem was that the material wasn't uniformly strong, and that the Beatles themselves were in fairly lousy moods due to inter-group tension. Let it Be is also much better off for having the strings removed, as is I Me Mine. I also prefer the stripped down version of Across the Universe, although in this case I don't think the strings were as overcooked. The live versions of Don't Let Me Down and I've Got a Feeling have more spark than the more technically perfect versions that appeared on the B side and the original album. There have been oceans of words eulogised about how Phil Spector ruined the album with additional strings and choirs - a Production-obsessed nutter handed the poison chalice of haphazard recordings made by men already disinterested and in personal disarray. But then it was, 'Let's make it an album and a film, and we're going to make the album a film of us doing a concert of songs we've never recorded before. It's kind of like trying to do too much at once. And then you're recording it - the comparison I made in the book is kind of Nixon's 'The Watergate Tapes,' you have no idea that this stuff is going to comeback to haunt you forever. Let It Be earned the Beatles their only Academy Award, when they won the 1970 Oscar for Best Original Song Score