Midnite - What Makes A King? mp3 album
The album would not see a proper . release until the Rastafaria label released it wide in 2001. They recorded Ras Mek Peace (Before Reverb and Without Delay) while living in Washington, . during the mid-90s, and it was released in November 1999. The album was named so, because it was reportedly recorded live in one room, straight to two-track analog tape. It was mastered without the use of compression or corrective equalization. 2010 - What Makes A King ? 2011 - Anthology. 2013 - Lion Out Of Zion.
But on Midnite Vultures, his sixth album (counting indie releases), he takes a twisted time trip back to a decadent era that he was too young to enjoy fully. But with Midnite Vultures, Beck isn’t standing outside anymore. This time he plays the insider, riding the executive plane through the good life with every need fulfilled. Satin sheets, tropical oils/Turn up the heat till the swimming pool boils, he raps.
Even though MIDNITE was seventeen, he wasn't very bright. That's what makes this such a brilliant choice for adults as well as kids. It's not the usual bedtime story that you yawn your way through to keep your children happy. He eventually makes a fortune and goes on to try to win the heart of the slightly stand-offish Miss Laura. There is a lot of Midnite that reminds me of The Magic Pudding (by Normal Lindsay). It's quite irreverent and pokes fun at the law, the monarchy and just about everything we hold in high esteem - but that's half the fu. .
An album should be an ‘experience’. Too many past albums got boring after a few songs and would disappoint the listener. An album is a work of art and, at the same time, a marketing tool. Some songs must end up on the cutting room floor if the album is to work. I could go into detail about how this works and why, but its not strictly important to the discussion at hand. However, I also think that is what makes an album great. The songs in it are independent pieces of music, but when they are better together than apart, the album is good.
Midnite is a formidable magical adversary for demon hunter John Constantine, played by series star Matt Ryan. The show is based on the long-running Vertigo Comics series Hellblazer and DC Comics' current Constantine comic book, and Papa Midnite has long been a thorn in Constantine's side in the comics since his first appearance in Hellblazer No. 1 (1988). That relationship carries over into the TV series, though with evil forces rising on Earth, they might have to hug it out and become uneasy allies sooner than later.
|1||What Makes A King|
|4||Give Her Her Due|
|5||Jah Bless Her|
|7||High Places Of Anu|
|9||Neat And Nice|
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- Recorded By, Producer, Performer – Midnite
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- Barcode: 651944091021