Elvis Costello - Something New album FLAC
Elvis Costello Explains His Great New Album, ‘Look Now’. How Burt Bacharach and Carole King helped Costello create the uptown pop of hist latest LP. By. Brian Hiatt. Look Now, which Costello co-produced with Sebastian Krys, previously best known for his work in the Latin pop world, is also intended as something of a showcase for the versatility of the Imposters, Costello’s longtime backing band – which is, of course, his original band, the Attractions, with a different bass player, Davey Faragher. But forty years after This Year’s Model, their first album together, the changes don’t stop there. This is a different group than the group I started out with, Costello says
Get Happy!! is a studio album by Elvis Costello and the Attractions. The fourth album by Elvis Costello, his third with the Attractions, it is notable for being a dramatic break in tone from Costello's three previous albums, and for being heavily influenced by R&B, ska and soul music. The cover art was intentionally designed to have a "retro" feel, to look like the cover of an old LP with ring wear on both front and back.
Elvis Costello and The Imposters have reteamed for Look Now, their first original album as a unit in 10 years. Burt Bacharach and Carole King guest on the album, which includes singles like "Under Lime" and "Unwanted Number". In a new interview with Rolling Stone, Costello called Look Now an uptown pop album, adding that the texture of his work with the Imposters has evolved considerably over the last 40 years. This is a different group than the group I started out with, Costello told Rolling Stone.
Declan Patrick MacManus, OBE (born 25 August 1954), better known by his stage name Elvis Costello, is a British pop musician, singer, songwriter, composer, record producer, author, television presenter, and occasional actor. He began his career as part of London's pub rock scene in the early 1970s and later became associated with the first wave of the British punk and new wave movement that emerged in the mid-to-late 1970s.
Elvis Costello Announces New Album & North American Tour Dates. 6/19/2018 by Sofia Mele. While the album's release date and official title have yet to be announced, details are "imminent," according to Concord Records. The new album will be Costello's first since 2010's National Ransom.
Elvis Costello has announced a new album with the Imposters, Look Now. It arrives October 12 via Concord. Costello has released two new songs from the project. Listen to Under Lime and Unwanted Number below. Look Now also features Burt Bacharach and Burnt Sugar Is So Bitter, co-written by Carole King. The record was co-produced by Costello and Sebastian Krys. Look Now marks Costello’s first new project with the Imposters since 2008’s Momofuku. His last full length was his 2013 collaboration with the Roots, Wise Up Ghost
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Elvis Costello confirmed Look Now, his new album with the Impostors, will be released on Oct. 12 via Concord Records. He said his intention had been to create material in the style of 1982’s Imperial Bedroom and 1998’s Painted From Memory – the latter of which was a collaboration with Burt Bacharach. You can listen to two tracks, Under Lime and Unwanted Number, below, and view the full track list. I knew if we could make an album with the scope of Imperial Bedroom and some of the beauty and emotion of Painted From Memory, we would really have something, he said
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NotesFrom The Hope & Anchor, London, 14-May-80. Martin Belmont stands in for an injured Steve Nieve. Taken from an FM stereo broadcast on the King Biscuit Flower Hour show. Although "You Lied To Me" is listed on the cover this track is not included.
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