Graham Smith & KGW - November Brain mp3 album
Graham Smith & KGW – November Brain. Label: Not On Label – none. Format: 25 File, Album, 320 kbps. In November of 2006, I had a 4-week residency at Pianos on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. For some reason which escapes me now as it did then, I decided to put together one new album a week.
Written By Thayer McClanahan, Ryan Smith & Graham Smith. Release Date November 30, 2006. November Brain Graham Smith & KGW. 1. Men Suddenly in Black. 2. My Little Red Eyes. 14. The Moment You Think It Can't Get Any Worse is When It Gets Better (Missing Lyrics). 15. "Weird Album" Yankovich (Missing Lyrics). 16. Showrunner's Blues (Missing Lyrics). 17. Stuyvesant Town (Missing Lyrics).
Alexander Graham Cairns-Smith FRSE (24 November 1931 – 26 August 2016) was an organic chemist and molecular biologist at the University of Glasgow. He was most famous for his controversial 1985 book Seven Clues to the Origin of Life. The book popularized a hypothesis he began to develop in the mid-1960s-that self-replication of clay crystals in solution might provide a simple intermediate step between biologically inert matter and organic life.
Yes Boss (2008) (as Graham Smith & KGW) √KG008. Mrs. Equitone (2009) (as KGW) √KG009. Accept the Mystery (2010) (as Graham Smith) √KG010. Secret Thinking (2011) √KG011. Let it Buffer (2013) √KG012. The Comedy Album (2016) √KG013. Vana Mundi (2018) √KG014. White Lacuna (2018) √KG015. Recorded works can also store information about the date and country. As of 26 July 2016, MusicBrainz contained information about roughly . million artists,1.
Kleenex Girl Wonder Past Blasts, released 03 June 2019 1. Louise, My Corpse Looks a Little Familiar 2. The Art Of Heroin 3. Sleeping In The Apartment 4. (I'm Called) Walrus Lungs 5. Unreleased 6. I'm Racing Isaiah 7. Bones and the Smiling Mackerel 8. Kill Devil Hill 9. Handsome Pet Giant 10. Mystic Pizza 11. Sunny Sonow 12. Frustration Regarding Bedlam on the Sidewalk 13. Roosevelt Agrees 14. The Other Duck-Shaped Pentagon 15. Can't Pull the Wool Over These Eyes 16. Firm Grip on the Weather Teller 17. Backwoods Pluto 18. Halloween Graduates 19. Guilty Lives 20. Response and Resp.
Graham Smith may refer to: Graham Smith (activist) (born 1974), CEO of political organisation Republic. Graham Smith (photographer) (born 1947), British photographer. Graham Smith (footballer, born 1947), British footballer & manager. Graham Smith (footballer, born 1951), British footballer. Graham Smith (soccer, born 1994), American soccer player. Graham Smith (soccer, born 1995), American soccer player. Graham Smith (milliner) (born 1938), British milliner.
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Listen to Hdtv from Graham Smith's Final Battle for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Graham Smith & KGW. The Trouble With Sweeney.
|1||Men Suddenly In Black||2:26|
|2||My Little Red Eyes||3:09|
|3||Nights In White Staten||3:17|
|5||Has Anybody Ever Told You That You Look Like Dennis Spaag?||3:09|
|7||Moving Away From Home and Into the Groove||3:17|
|8||On the Lease||3:23|
|9||The South Street Seaport, the Song||2:06|
|10||We Enjoy Ourself||2:58|
|11||Just Driving Through||2:06|
|12||Scenes From the Flowery Rush Album That Never Was||2:45|
|13||How is That An Answer||2:00|
|14||The Moment You Think It Can't Get Any Worse is When It Gets Better||3:57|
|15||"Weird Album" Yankovich||7:18|
|18||Theme from "Life is Horrible"||2:08|
|19||It Will Will It||4:09|
|20||Where There's a Will There's a Pornography Community||3:13|
|21||The Part Of A Champion||4:22|
|22||Sometimes I Couldn't Care Less||2:28|
|23||Take the Day Off Work Day||2:45|
|25||A War Between Women and Men Begins...|
"In November of 2006, I had a 4-week residency at Pianos on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. For some reason which escapes me now as it did then, I decided to put together one new album a week. These would be named after the four ink colors required for full-color copying or printing: C (Cyan), M (Magenta), Y (Yellow), and K (Black, because of something involving the word "key" which Wikipedia is all about helping you learn more regarding).
The rules were: No instrumentals. All songs over 2 minutes. Allowed per record were Yes Boss demo, song from "Final Battle" (for advertising's sake), and cover song.
The rest of the songs were created then and there.
Some of them were what you might label "throwaways," and yet some of these so-called "songs that take longer to listen to than they did to 'write'" made it onto this very release, which I feel represents the best of the songs recorded entirely in that month of November.
A lot of these are rare in that they represent the first time I've ever let go of some of the songwriting control, though I guess Ryan and Thayer were AT MY HOUSE UNDER MY COMPLETE CONTROL so it loses a bit of its impact. That said, I could have NEVER completed this project without them, so BIG UPS to youse guys.
Purchase to support more music like this! Or just listen and think about it, then purchase out of "art guilt!"
The songs are not in any sort of chronological sequence; I tried to buck my trend of weird artsy sequencing and make a record that had a good flow in a "traditional" sense.
Let me know if I failed!
**Lyrics will be added soon. For now I'm just focusing on getting the songs up. Also taking criticism of the cover. [email protected]"