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Sounds of Silence is the second album by Simon and Garfunkel (following Wednesday Morning, 3AM, 1964), produced by Bob Johnston and released on Columbia in 1966. The Sound of Silence (the song, singular) has a characteristically sparse arrangement, but a big sound (pun intended), making its presence seem like that of Born to Run on Springsteen's breakthrough album.
Richard Cory is a song about a wealthy man who owns a factory, but, like his workers, he is not happy, although this is for different reasons. The 2001 CD has four bonuses, all folk songs, starting with Blues Run the Game, which, despite its English reference, is by American musician Jackson C. Occasionally, one or other of the duo leads a song, but mostly the singing is dominated by their close harmonies and Simon's guitar.
Golden Earring was formed as The Tornados by George Kooymans and Rinus Gerritsen, with guitarist Hans van Herwerden and drummer Fred van der Hilst, in the Hague, the Netherlands, in 1961. Original singer Frans Krassenburg was replaced by Barry Hay in 1967 and a year later, the band finally achieved their first number one hit in the Netherlands with the typically Euro-titled, 'Dong Dong Diki Digi Dong'. Eelco Gelling joined Golden Earring, as a second guitarist alongside Kooymans (replacing occasional keyboardist, Robert Jan Stips of Supersister), in 1973, and first appeared on Contraband (1976) which was released in the US as Mad Love. Golden Earring enjoyed a short period of US stardom but were unable to secure further chart success until 1982's Twilight Zone. In 1991, Golden Earring released the excellent Bloody Buccaneers album and scored another hit in the Netherlands with 'Going to the Run', about a motorcycling friend of the band who who was killed in a road crash.
On 10th October 2011, at the Historical Museum of The Hague, PostNL presented the first postage stamp with music, issued in honour of Golden Earring's 50th anniversary. If you can't deal with the fact that there are 6+ billion people in the world and none of them think exactly the same that's not my problem. I like how you are obviously familiar with the history of both Art and Paul as well as their album and its influences like Martin Carthy and Davy Graham.
I was one of those who thought when Joe Walsh joined the Eagles, it was a waste of a strong solo artist that had triumphed with albums like Barnstorm (1972) and The Smoker You Drink, the Player You Get (1973).
Opening track, Analog Man, reminds me of the single Life's Been Good from But Seriously Folks in 1978, with its personal and witty lyrics, "Some 10-year-old smart ass has to show me what to do . Wrecking Ball, not to be confused with Springsteen's song of the same title, has a plodding Lynne production and is reminiscent of his work with Tom Petty and the Travelling Wilburys. When The Who* returned to the studio for the Endless Wire album, Pete Townshend reworked the Baba O'Riley intro for the Wire and Glass mini-opera.
It would be difficult not to like Analog, with its atmosphere of self-mockery and contentment; and Joe Walsh's laconic sense of humour is irresistible.
In addition to the Z-plasty flap, there are several different types of repairs that can be done to repair your ear lobe. Most patients are able to wear small stud earrings after 6 weeks, and heavy earrings after 2 months. Fees are generally not covered by insurance plans since ear lobe repair is considered cosmetic surgery.
Repairing an earlobe that has been damaged by extremely heavy jewelry can be done by visiting a cosmetic surgeon.
Our thought was to last for the summer and get them done before school started, so on a quick trip into Victoria (and with a strong woman by my side) this mama took her girl in for a piercing.
For me, I remembered how much that gun had hurt (I still have nightmares about it) and figured anything would be better. With the needle in, we were ready to pop the chosen earring on and be done with the whole business. The duo went on to record many famous songs, culminating in the best-selling Bridge Over Troubled Water album for the same label in 1970.
In other words it is unlike anything else on the album, but it fits and is the strongest track, casting a shadow over the subsequent tracks. Richard Cory is followed by the similarly themed, A Most Peculiar Man, about the sort of person who never speaks to anyone and is therefore ignored himself. Ostensibly a folk duo, Simon and Garfunkel's arrangements are diverse and often threaten, if not deliver, rising choruses, while the sound can be as big as any rock 'n' roll band. When the Tornados discovered their name was already being used by Billy Fury's band, the name The Golden Earrings (in the plural) was adopted. The same line-up of Hay, Kooymans, Gerritsen and Eggermont recorded the Miracle Mirror, which was released in 1968. They enjoyed brief international superstardom in 1973-74 when the shortened version of 'Radar Love', from the Gold-certified album Moontan, became a hit single in both Europe and the USA.
Gelling's haunting slide work is highlighted on a number of tracks, particularly on the single Bombay.
An accompanying music video, directed by Dick Maas, was one of the first rock videos played on the recently launched MTV and helped the song become a top ten single.
A 'run' is motorcycle jargon for a group of motorcyclists riding to a particular destination. When the stamp is held up to a smartphone with a special app, Golden Earring’s 'Radar Love' plays.

I think Sounds of Silence is a good album, but their crowning glory from that era for me has to be Parsley, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme (or Rhyme as I always call it). Walsh hit pay dirt, however, when the Eagles had a massive international hit with Hotel California (1976) and he became a long term member. There is no doubting Walsh's sincerity in the ode to his family, but it just comes across as mawkish to the indifferent listener.
Likewise, the Meadows (or My Woman from Tokyo's) riff is recycled for One Day at a Time, which sounds the most like Jeff Lynne's Traveling Wilburys catalogue, to the extent that I can imagine Walsh as a member. But, while the album has some toe-tappers, it has none of the riff-based tracks, like Turn to Stone or Rocky Mountain Way, which endeared Walsh to a heavy rock audience. He also worked with Who bassist John Entwistle on the latter's solo album, Too Late the Hero (1981) and a shortlived supergroup, The Best (1990). A torn ear lobe usually occurs after the pierced hole widens over time from the weight of earrings or plugs. Repairing an ear lobe involves using local anesthesia and reopening the tear to sew the lobe back together.
Gently wash your repaired ear lobe with antibacterial soap and water 3 times each day, then pat dry. Massage the scar with cocoa butter 10 minutes each day starting a few weeks after the stitches have been removed.
Fees are usually due in full prior to surgery, and sometimes a security deposit is also required to schedule your surgery. I had heard (and so had the girls) that it hurt less when done with a needle, and that was enough for them to be okay with it.
She spent a good chunk of time making sure that the holes were lined up well… not just in the ear lobe, but also from afar. I dream of being brave enough to get a tattoo, but the reality is I can barely watch my girls get their ears pierced.
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Glen Campbell and Hal Blaine play on the album and this track has all their hallmarks of twanging guitar and echo-y drums repectively. Everything is wonderful and points to the glorious achievements to come with the Scarborough Fair-dominated Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme, Bookends and the towering Bridge Over Troubled Water. With Frans Krassenburg on vocals, Jaap Eggermont replacing Van der Hilst on drums and Van Herweden jettisoned, their debut single 'Please Go' was also the first hit, reaching number eight in the Netherlands' chart in 1965. On the Double, in 1969, was the last album to feature Eggermont, with Sieb Warner replacing him on drums for Eight Miles High in the same year (released under the name The Golden Earring - singular). For a while, Cesar Zuiderwijk was a minor celebrity for jumping over over his drum-kit at the end of TV performances of 'Radar Love'. The group released its first live album, Golden Earring Live, in 1977, on which Kooymans's and Gellng's dual guitars breath new life into extended versions of the classics, including 'Radar Love'. Until recently, Golden Earring were performing over 200 concerts a year, mainly in their home country and occasionally in Belgium, Germany and the UK. They performed two gigs in the UK, for the first time in 30 years, with one concert on 14th March 2009 at The Shepherd's Bush Empire in London and another on 13th March at Ipswich Regent Theatre. This stamp is the first in a series of music stamps with real sound, highlighting the most successful pop albums released in the Netherlands. This isn't a court and I'm not some poet or prophet that needs everything I say to be analytically critiqued. I like seventies heavy and progressive rock, which is reflected in my biographies, but my reviews will cover these, along with other eras and genres. Analog Man is Joe Walsh's first solo album since Songs for a Dying Planet (1992), which was released twenty years ago. Jeff Lynne's experimental days with The Move and early ELO seem long behind him, and I found myself wishing his chugging Wilburys' production would make way for some liberating heavy rock. If you do have any discomfort, use over-the-counter painkillers like ibuprofen to alleviate the pain. Dab a thin layer of antibiotic ointment on the front and back of the wound each time you wash the lobe. We have had them a month already with no problems (and we are crummy at the cleaning) No infection and no pain! So walking into a tattoo parlour was a new thing for me, a bit out of my regular comfort zone… but totally worth it. After you create your free account, you will be able to customize many options, you will have the full access to over 1,100,000 posts. Blessed is more stirring and reminds me of the Everly Brothers and The Byrds, which leads me to wonder if it was inspired by The Searchers.
April Come She will is another gentle traditional-sounding folk song, this time led by Art Garfunkel. I had not heard this album from start to finish for at least thirty years, so it came as a breath of fresh air.

Could a moderator please change the spelling of the heading for me, as it is incorrect and should be 'Rabbiting'? An album, Just Earrings, produced by manager Fred Haayen, was released in the same year (Peter de Ronde also plays rhythm guitar). Eggermont switched mainly to production work and later became known for the 'Stars on 45' dance medley records of the early 1980s. The reason for this lack of success was attributed to the promotional video being banned from MTV, due to nudity and a scene portraying the rape of a nun. Golden Earring celebrated their 50th anniversary in 2011 and have been performing almost continuously since their formation in 1961. I had not considered a theme, but I am probably not prolific enough to sub-divide my writing into themes.
Jeff Lynne rarely conceals his influences and Track 5, Band Played On, is very Beatles-like, not only with sitar and Ringo on drums, but in style. Other types of tears can also occur, such as earrings being accidentally pulled through the lobe. This kid was stung by a wasp earlier in the week and said it was a million times worse than getting her ears pierced. Paul Simon spent time in England, from April 1964, when he stayed with Martin Carthy, and his reference to the down-and-outs of London is the first of many relating to the experience, "I got no place to go . We've Got a Groovy Thing is reminiscent of The Beatles, although I don't recall ever hearing them employing the word 'groovy'.
I lost count of how many times I played it, I think about eight or nine, and I enjoyed every song. Haayen arranged for the next single, 'That Day', to be recorded at the Pye Records studios in London, a decision which paid off, as it reached number two in the Dutch charts in 1966. DJ Neil Kempfer-Stocker began playing the band on US East Coast FM radio and they embarked on two North American tours in 1969, however the Perception Records label in New York failed to capitalise on the Golden Earring album, aka Wall of Dolls, with the Back Home single, in 1970.
They performed as the opening act for such luminaries as Santana, King Crimson, The Doobie Brothers, Rush and .38 Special. Furthermore, there are the band's acoustic live albums including: The Naked Truth (1992), Naked II (1997) and Naked III (2005).
From 1970 onwards, they have had the same core of four musicians, occasionally augmented with keyboardist, Robert Jan Stips of Supersister, and of course for a while, Eelco Gelling, making them one of the longest surviving unchanged lineups.
Not all forums allow more than one journal, so I suppose that is why themes did not occur to me. The album is co-produced by Walsh and Jeff Lynne, both of whom play a variety of instruments. One of Barnstorm's most well known pieces, Funk 49, is continued in Funk 50, but with a dance-y feel. The latter has a very familiar melody, but name dropping various US States along with a country, Spain, presumably because it rhymes with game!
Golden Earring is the first album credited to 'Golden Earring' and introduces drummer Cesar Zuiderwijk.
During a tour of the United States, he left the band, following differences over improvisation, and after his favourite guitar (a Gibson Les Paul Custom) was stolen from a cab in New York. While touring the US, the band played at the Great Arena of Six Flags Great Adventure on 11th May 1984, when a fire at the Haunted Castle began on the opposite side of the theme park, killing eight teenagers.
The 50th anniversary was also celebrated at the museum, with a special temporary exhibition on the band, called 'Golden Earring - Back Home', featuring their music, background and influences. Walsh and Lynne remain firmly in club land with India, a full-on dance track, that paradoxically contains some of the best guitar work on the album. Augmented by session piano player, Cees Schrama, the Golden Earrings recorded the Winter Harvest album, which was released in January 1967. Being signed to Track Records, a UK label, the band hired the quadraphonic sound system used by The Who.
Returning to the Netherlands, he played in several bands including his own Eelco Gelling Band. Following this tour, Golden Earring returned their focus towards Europe, where they continued to attract large audiences.
Indeed, because of their successful transition from makers of hit singles in the early sixties to full rock band in the seventies, they were compared to The Who.
Kathy's Song is an example, about a girl he met in Essex, with its dropped 't' from 'when you start your day' to the reference to 'England, where my heart lies'. Side One closer is English folk guitarist Davy Graham's most well known acoustic instrumental, Anji.

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