Scott Walker - We Had It All album FLAC
We Had It All is the tenth studio album by the American solo artist Scott Walker. It was released in August 1974 but was unsuccessful on the music charts. No singles were released from the album. It was Walker's final solo album for ten years, in the interim Walker reformed The Walker Brothers. Four of the 10 songs on the album were written by Billy Joe Shaver and had previously appeared on Waylon Jennings's 1973 Outlaw country album Honky Tonk Heroes.
Stretch is the ninth studio album by the American solo artist Scott Walker. It was released in November 1973 but was unsuccessful on the music charts. It was Walker's first solo album for CBS/Columbia records after departing from Philips Records. The majority of the songs recorded for the album were covers of old songs, some of which were by songwriters Walker had covered before such as Randy Newman and Jimmy Webb
Band Name Scott Walker. Album Name We Had It All. Type Album. 版公司 Columbia Records. 2. We Had It All. 3. Black Rose. 4. Ride Me Down Easy.
Tracklist: 1. Low Down Freedom, 2. We Had It All, 3. Black Rose, 4. Ride Me Down Easy, 5. You’re Young And You’ll Forget, 6. The House Song, 7. What Ever Happened To Saturday Night, 8. Sundown, 9. Old Five And Dimers Like Me, 10. Delta Dawn. More albums from Scott Walker: Pola X by Scott Walker. Tilt by Scott Walker. Til The Band Comes In by Scott Walker. Any Day Now by Scott Walker. Scott 4 by Scott Walker. Bish Bosch by Scott Walker. Scott 2 by Scott Walker. The Childhood Of A Leader by Scott Walker. View all albums . By: Scott Walker (1974, Rock).
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Album by Scott Walker. You're Young and You'll Forget. What Ever Happened to Saturday Night. Old Five and Dimers Like Me.
Although the album is still a little musically tentative, and while it is a disappointment to hear no new original material from Walker, We Had It All is his strongest record in years, since the country leanings are a welcome change of pace and he sings with authority throughout the record.
Don't Ask the Hosts You'd Prefer. Enjoy what you take don't moan and grumble at something you get for free!! Scott Walker-1967-1984.
Photograph: Jamie Hawkesworth. As Scott Walker publishes Sundog, a book of his lyrics, he talks about big-budget burnout, his debt to Britain, and why he’s a huge fan of FKA twigs. Scott Walker dies aged 76. by Alex Clark. Main image: ‘I am writing for myself, but for everyone else too. cott Walker. Photograph: Jamie Hawkesworth. But after a while, the formula – they still wanted the same thing. I had to figure out how we were going to get a song that’s going to do the same thing. It kept repeating itself. he Walker Brothers in 1966, from left, John, Gary and Scott. Photograph: R McPhedran/Getty Images.
Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741
|Low Down Freedom||3:43|
|We Had It All||3:29|
|Ride Me Down Easy||3:30|
|You're Young And You'll Forget||2:26|
|The House Song||3:45|
|What Ever Happened To Saturday Night||2:54|
|Old Five And Dimers Like Me||2:55|
|80254, S 80254||Scott Walker||We Had It All (LP)||CBS, CBS||80254, S 80254||UK||1974|
|80254, 40-80254||Scott Walker||We Had It All (Cass)||CBS, CBS||80254, 40-80254||UK||1974|
|ECPM-101||Scott Walker||We Had It All (LP)||Epic||ECPM-101||Japan||1974|