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Dennis Olivieri - Come To The Party mp3 album

  • Performer: Dennis Olivieri
  • Title: Come To The Party
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: US
  • Formats: VOX MP2 FLAC AUD ADX VOC APE
  • Released: 1970
  • Style: Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock
  • MP3 album: 1838 mb
  • FLAC album: 1452 mb
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 489
Dennis Olivieri - Come To The Party mp3 album

Come To The Party ‎(LP, Album). On the short lived Californian label which also released David, Eastfield Meadows and Pacific Ocean, Come To The Party can only be described as "extremely strange". Housed in a weird collage cover showing Olivieri naked and showing the palms of his hand full of people, surrounded by strange colors, it's a kind of concept album with the sides titled "Before" and "After". Produced by Tandyn Almer (the man also behind Paper Fortress), the music is extremely messy, with loads of keyboards, percussion and bass with almost no melody.

шиес нашими глазами - Продолжительность: 23:11 Емчанин Ар. бл.

I Cry in the Morning. Sample appears at 0:05. Other songs that sampled Dennis Olivieri's I Cry in the Morning: Six Days by DJ Shadow (2002). Billys Quagmire by Open Mike Eagle (2011).

The Party is the eponymous debut album by the band of the same name. It was the first full-length release on Hollywood Records, which was released August 1990. The Party worked with the industry's top writers and producers at the time, such as Stephen Bray, Jellybean Benitez, Andre Cymone, and Deborah Gibson. That's Why (Stephen Bray, Linda Mallah) - 4:43 - Albert. Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda (Michael Price, Terry Lupton, Mark Holden) - 4:02 - Deedee. I Found Love (Anne Preven) - 3:33 - Tiffini & Damon.

Dennis Olivieri has been played on NTS shows including Radio Jiro, with I Cry In The Morning first played on 6 April 2015. Television actor Dennis Olivieri released his album with the help of Tandyn Almer, who wrote (or co-wrote) the Association’s big hit Along Comes Mary, in addition to Almer who plays keyboards, musicians also appearing here are saxophonist Tom Scott, drummer Eddie Greene, guitarist Jack Elliott, and bassist Ronnie Brown. Los Angeles creative house GLDVW send in two of their own, Rasheed and Laedi, to deliver your monthly fix with LA's most creative minds. Listen in, find what you want, get what you need.

In this track Dennis Olivieri sculpts a hazy Psychedelic low slung ballad this is an essential to any record collection. Dennis Olivieri – I Cry In The Morning.

Tracklist

Before
Opportunity
Sad Song #1
Mama's Funeral Song
Walk Rite Out
Fuzzy Soft Thing
I Cry In The Morning
After
Come To The Party
You Gotta
Lady Fair
More Friends
Yesterday Was Nuthin' Like Today

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VS130 Dennis Olivieri Come To The Party ‎(LP, Album) VMC VS130 US 1970
VMC 130-S Dennis Olivieri Come To The Party ‎(LP, Album) VMC VMC 130-S Canada 1970



Reviews about Dennis Olivieri - Come To The Party (1):
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On the short lived Californian label which also released David, Eastfield Meadows and Pacific Ocean, Come To The Party can only be described as "extremely strange". Housed in a weird collage cover showing Olivieri naked and showing the palms of his hand full of people, surrounded by strange colors, it's a kind of concept album with the sides titled "Before" and "After". Produced by Tandyn Almer (the man also behind Paper Fortress), the music is extremely messy, with loads of keyboards, percussion and bass with almost no melody. It provides a rather appropriate background to the hallucinated lyrics and vocals of Olivieri, who sounds sincere in what he sings, even if it's completely absurd or banal. Fuzzy Soft Thing, I Cry In The Morning, Yesterday Was Nuthin' Like Today and Lady Fair are some examples of this weird production.

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