Mermaid Avenue Vol.2 - Billy Bragg Reviews
Description:Genre: Country - Alt. Country / Artist: Billy Bragg / Audio CD released 2000-05-29 at Elektra / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Airline to Heaven 2 My Flying Saucer 3 Feed Of Man 4 Hot Rod Hotel 5 I Was Born 6 Secrets of the Sea 7 Stetson Kennedy 8 Remeber Th ... more
Mermaid Avenue Vol.2 - Billy Bragg ... Kennedy
8 Remeber The Mountain Bed
9 Blood of the Lamb
10 Against The Law
11 All You Fascists
12 Joe DiMaggio Done It Again
13 Meanest Man
14 Black WInd Blowing
15 Someday Some Morning Sometime
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Reaching To The Converted - Billy BraggThe boy done better? (862 words)
by thesvenhunter - written on 23/07/02, updated on 23/07/02 (Useful, 27 readings)
come here with this cover. Ah he is so beautiful when he pretends to be American. Warning this does not apply to us all. 15. Jeane B Billy Bragg has always liked Morrissey but has always been a bit embarassed about it. In a way they are kindred spirets, but you c an't imagine them at a dinner party. I can't. if you can you should see a doctor. This is a nice cover, as was his version of "never had no one ever". But it think he is more suited to this sort of song. 16. She's leaving home That's right Billy did have a number one! all thanks to the Beatles and Wet ...
Back To Basics - Billy Braggvive la revolution! (180 words)
by robqueen - written on 08/05/01, updated on 08/05/01 (Useful, 33 readings)
So this is where it all began for the Bard of Barking. One man and his guitar, with only foghorn vocals for company. And it works brilliantly. The melodies and lyrics are all spot on, so half the time you don't even notice that there's no backing band. Billy's famous for his political statements, and there are plenty of those here, including the unjustifiably much-maligned Between The Wars EP, which is tagged onto the end of the CD. However, I find his ability to express the trials and tribulations of romance to be almost peerless. From teenage crushes to pushing prams, it's all here. The highlight for me has to be 'A New England', as sung by Kirsty MacColl. ...
Talking With The Taxman About Poetry - Billy BraggBilly Bragg - Talking With The Taxman About Poetry (414 words)
by DavidJay - written on 14/08/08, updated on 14/08/08 (Very useful, 14 readings)
Spy and Brewing Up With... - whilst playing host to an instrumental diversity hitherto sidelined in favour of that extraordinary, stark, piercing electric guitar / terrace-chant vocals combo. B Billy Bragg understands better than anyone since Woody Guthrie how entwined the personal and the political truly are. For the most part, the protest songs and the love songs are wound so tight around one another as to be nigh-on inseparable. Nowhere is this more evident than in the albums two blinding centrepieces - the harrowing Levi Stubb s Tears, as uncommonly sharp an analysis of spousal abuse, of shattered relationships, of the effect of the social on the private, as anyone ...
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