Plant Music, seed032. Plant Music, seed027. Fourteen again ep. Plant Music, seed013. Wont brother me. Fine UK, For1069.
2. Hear The Music (Nick Moore Vs. Computer Disco Mix). 130 bpm, 7B, F major, 2005-04-15, Electro House, 0 3. The Glass, Nick Moore. 3. Hear The Music (Mylo Remix). 0 bpm,,, 2004-04-15, Electro House, 2 3. The Glass, Mylo.
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Hear an early, behind-the-scenes recording of The Beatles working on "Glass Onion," the third track from what would become the band's 1968, self-titled "White Album. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, their previous album. And if you know this song, you can hear that John hasn't yet figured out how all his surreal lyrics fit together. Glass Onion" is a song which takes a poke at Beatles fanatics and their desire to know more about the band by reading between the lines of their lyrics, looking for clues into the lives of The Beatles who, at this time, were less and less visible to the public. There'd be another 22 takes until "Glass Onion" was ready.
Glass Can Music is a grassroots duo that aims to conduct raw and stripped down multimedia recording sessions with artists and bands from the great Garden State and beyond in attempt to recapture what it was like for these musicians when they first penned music in their own bedrooms, to transport the listener to that intimate abode, in turn learning more about these. acts than we ever knew before. The Glass Can Sessions: Joshua Holland 8, 21, 11. Aug 2011. Contact Glass Can Studio. Streaming and Download help
I Can't Hear the Music" is a song by American R&B group Brutha, released September 30, 2008 by The Island Def Jam Music Group, as the lead single from their self-titled debut album, Brutha (2008). The song, which also serves as their debut single, was produced by Blac Elvis and features a guest verse from American rapper Fabolous. The music video for "I Can't Hear the Music" was directed by Jessy Terrero, produced by Josh Goldstein. and cinematography by Brad Rushing.