London Calling is the third studio album by English rock band The Clash. It was originally released as a double album in the United Kingdom on 14 December 1979 by CBS Records, and in the United States in January 1980 by Epic Records. The Clash recorded the album at Wessex Sound Studios in London during August, September and November 1979, following a change in management and a period of writer's block for Joe Strummer and Mick Jones, the band's lead vocalists, guitarists, and lyricists
2. Brand New Cadillac. 3. Jimmy Jazz More albums from The Clash: The 12″ Tape (Five 12″ Mixes On One Cassette) by The Clash. Combat Rock by The Clash. Live At Shea Stadium by The Clash. Give ‘Em Enough Rope by The Clash. View all albums . About.
12/13/2014 by Kenneth Partridge. 0. Any punk band worth its leather and studs can do dystopian, apocalyptic angst. 14, 1979 - The Clash approached doomsday as only it could. Instead of lamenting the end of days or fantasizing about some anarchic future, like their peers The Sex Pistols did, these ice-cold Londoners slicked back their hair and stood tall in the face of World War III, environmental collapse and whatever else loomed on the horizon. A nuclear error, but I have no fear, frontman Joe Strummer sang
About London Calling Album Art. The design is a tribute to Elvis Presley’s self-titled first albu.featuring Paul Simonon smashing his bass at a show at the Palisade theater in New York, in 1978. The show had gone quite well that night, but for me, inside, it just wasn’t working well, so I took it out on the bass. If I’d been really smart I would have got the spare bass out, as it wasn’t as good as the one I smashed up. When I look at now I wish I’d lifted my face up a bit more. Rain Dogs by Tom Waits, F-Punk by Big Audio, Reintarnation by .
Album Name London Calling. Erscheinungsdatum 1979. Musik GenrePunk-Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen143. Disc 1 - london calling. 2.
With no shortage of irony, the most iconic sleeve of the 1970s was not a carefully conceived think piece from the studios of Hipgnosis, but an instinctive moment of rock’n’roll attitude captured without thrills or forethought. Two people were responsible for the striking black and white image on The Clash’s London Calling. The first was the band’s statuesque bass player, Paul Simonon, who is shown driving his bass guitar into the stage of the New York Palladium on September 21, 1979
The cover of The Clash album London Calling is considered one of the best album covers of all time. It’s a blurry photo of Paul Simonon smashing his bass on the stage of The Palladium in New York City on September 21, 1979 during The Clash Take the Fifth US tour. The photo was taken by Pennie Smith who didn’t want the photograph to be used because she thought it was out of focus. The bass Simonon smashed during the final song of the night White Riot was his White Fender Precision Bass with a distinctive black pick-guard with paint-mess
Listen free to The Clash – London Calling (London Calling, Brand New Cadillac and more). London Calling is the third album by English punk rock band The Clash, released 14 December 1979, on CBS Records in the UK and in January 1980 on Epic Records in the United States. The album represented a change in The Clash's musical style, and featured elements of ska, pop, soul, rockabilly and reggae more prominently than in their previously released music. The album's subject matter included unemployment, racial conflict, drug use, and the responsibilities of adulthood
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