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Aztec Camera - Love/Stray [2005 reissue]

Aztec Camera - Love/Stray [2005 reissue]

Model: CD
Beschikbaarheid: OP VOORRAAD
Prijs: € 9,50 (EUR)
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CD: WOU5646
LABEL: Wounded Bird

01. Deep & Wide & Tall
02. How Men Are
03. Everybody Is A Number One
04. More Than A Law
05. Somewhere In My Heart
06. Working In A Goldmine
07. One And One
08. Paradise
09. Killermont Street
10. Stray
11. The Cry Scene
12. Get Outta London
13. Over My Head
14. Good Morning Britain
15. How It Is
16. The Gentle Kind
17. Notting Hill Blues
18. Song For A Friend

2 albums on 1 CD. For most intents and purposes, Aztec Camera is Roddy Frame, a great Scottish guitarist/vocalist/songwriter. Several other musicians have passed through the band over the years -- including founding members Campbell Owens (bass) and Dave Mulholland (drums) -- but the one constant has been Frame. Throughout his career, he has created a sophisticated, lush, and nearly jazzy acoustic-oriented guitar pop, relying on gentle melodies and clever wordplay inspired by Elvis Costello. Aztec Camera released their debut album, High Land, Hard Rain , in 1983. Before its release, Owens and Mulholland had left the group, leaving Frame to assemble the record himself. Upon its release, the album won significant amounts of critical praise for its well-crafted, multi-layered pop. After releasing a stop-gap EP, Oblivious , the group's second full-length record, Knife , appeared in 1984. Produced by Mark Knopfler , the album was more polished and immediate than the debut, featuring horn arrangements and a slight R&B influence. Three years later, Roddy Frame returned with Love , which featured musical support from several studio musicians. Love was a synthesized stab at pop-R&B, resulting in his greatest commercial success -- the album launched four hit singles, including the Top Ten "Somewhere in My Heart." Two years later, Aztec Camera returned to a more guitar-oriented sound with Stray . It wasn't as commercially successful as Love , yet it was a hit with fans who missed the chiming hooks of Frame's early work. Dreamland , released in 1993, followed the same pattern as Stray and achieved about the same amount of commercial and critical success.

Influences / Similar Artists:
Wild Swans, Orange Juice, The Pale Fountains , The Ocean Blue


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