Cockeyed Ghost - Ludlow 6:18 mp3 album
- Performer: Cockeyed Ghost
- Title: Ludlow 6:18
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: ASF APE AU XM VOX MP2 MPC
- Released: 2001
- Style: Power Pop
- MP3 album: 1362 mb
- FLAC album: 1586 mb
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 441
Ludlow 6:18 Cockeyed Ghost. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Ludlow 6:18. BPM Profile Ludlow 6:18. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Cockeyed Ghost. The Scapegoat Factory.
Listen to music from Cockeyed Ghost like Banished and I WIll Fight No More Forever. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Cockeyed Ghost. Cockeyed Ghost was a Los Angeles-based power combo who was–somewhat improbably–equally indebted to both '80s post-punk (especially Husker Du and The Replacements) and '70s soft rock songwriters including Paul McCartney and especially Elton John. From 1996 to 1999, they were signed to indie label Big Deal, who released their first trio of records toured with other like-minded acts including Shonen Knife, The Wondermints and Martin Luther Lennon.
One of the moving forces in the Pop Underground in the '90s . music scene, Cockeyed Ghost's high energy punk-pop mellowed into desert-tinged, poignant pop on their final and most highly regarded album, Ludlow 6:18, which was Karma Frog's first release in 2001. Sites: MySpace, adammarsland.
The rest of Ludlow 6:18 is relatively upbeat musically, but, lyrically, it's a different and far more disconcerting story. Nearly every song on the album concerns crushed hopes, broken dreams, and disappointments, framed by four songs about driving on Route 66 that bookend the album, turning it into a concept album of sorts. For all the bleakness on display, Ludlow 6:18 is at heart a cathartic, redemptive album.
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Список лучших композиций Cockeyed Ghost. power pop. indie pop. seen live. Theme from Ludlow 6:18.
Theme from Ludlow 6:18.
Cockeyed Ghost was a Los Angeles-based power combo who was-somewhat improbably-equally indebted to both '80s post-punk (especially Husker Du and The Replacements) and '70s soft rock songwriters including Paul McCartney and especially Elton John. The band slotted neatly into the Southern California alt-pop scene of the mid-90s Show more. 25) I Hate Rock N' Roll.
|6||How Can You Stand It||5:00|
|7||Burning Me Out (Of The Record Store)||4:57|
|9||Tears Of Joy||4:35|
|10||Theme From Ludlow 6:18||2:53|
- Arranged By – Cockeyed Ghost
- Backing Vocals – Lisa Mychols (tracks: 8)
- Bass, Backing Vocals – Robert Ramos
- Cello – Sandra Beane (tracks: 1)
- Drums, Percussion, Tambourine, Congas – Kurt Medlin
- Engineer, Mixed By – Steve Refling
- Music By – Adam Marsland
- Producer – Cockeyed Ghost, Steve Refling
- Vocals, Backing Vocals – Robbie Rist
- Vocals, Guitar – Severo Jornacion
- Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Accordion, Electric Piano, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Tambourine, Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals – Adam Marsland
- Words By – Adam Marsland
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- Barcode (string): 803776061820