Talkin' 'bout a Revolution" is the second single from singer-songwriter Tracy Chapman's self-titled debut album. The politically aware song failed to replicate the success of its predecessor, "Fast Car", and peaked at in the United States. However, it also managed to chart on four other charts maintained by Billboard (which brings out the weekly US chart) and reached the top forty in two of them.
Don't you know Talkin' bout a revolution It sounds like a whisper And finally the tables are starting to turn Talkin' bout a revolution It's finally the tables are starting to turn Talkin' bout a revolution, oh no Talkin' bout a revolution, oh no Talkin' bout a revolution, oh no. More on Genius. About Talking 'Bout a Revolution. The name of this song is actually Talkin' ‘Bout a Revolution. The revolution is an ongoing meme; it is a longing for equality, and for balance in the case for humanity.
Talkin' Bout a Revolution (оригинал Tracy Chapman). Разговоры о революции (перевод Владлена Алексеева). Разве ты не знаешь, Talkin' about a revolution. Разговоры о революции, It sounds like a whisper. Разве ты не знаешь, They're talkin' about a revolution.
Talkin’ ‘Bout A Revolution is found on the album Tracy Chapman. Found on more albums: Collection Crossroads/Tracy Chapman. Tracy Chapman – Talkin’ ‘Bout A Revolution.
Talkin' Bout a Revolution" from the album "Tracy Chapman" Printed in . Talkin' Bout A Revolution (7", Single).
Tracy Chapman Tracy Chapman CD Elektra/Asylum. Finally the tables are starting to turn. Talkin'bout a revolution.
Album: Tracy Chapman, 1988. Provided to YouTube by Warner Music Group. Talkin' Bout A Revolution · Tracy Chapman. 1988 Elektra/Asylum Records for the United States and WEA International for the world outside of the United States. Acoustic Guitar: Tracy Chapman Band Member: Larry Klein Drums, Percussion: Denny Fongheiser Electric Guitar: Jack Holder Electric Guitar: Tracy Chapman Engineer, Mixer: Kevin W. Smith Hammond Organ: Jack Holder Percussion, Vocals: Tracy Chapman Producer: David Kershenbaum for SBK Record Productions Inc. Composer, Lyricist: Tracy Chapman.
Album: Tracy Chapman (1988). Artist: Tracy Chapman. Download for free and listen to Tracy Chapman - Talkin' Bout A Revolution. We have song's lyrics, which you can find out below.
Tracy Chapman may or may not be a Marxist, but the song lyrics from this 1988 tune certainly are. She sings about people wasting their lives waiting for government assistance and better jobs. They are talking about a revolution. And that ultimately, the workers and their supporters would revolt and overthrow the ruling class. I loved this entire album when it was released. She is a brilliant writer of lyrics and tune. u. .politically she is naive. Utopia is for dreams like Gene Roddenberry’s Star Trek future where we all explore space or run restaurants or bars. It’s a fun dream but people don’t work that way.
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|969 376-7||Tracy Chapman||Talkin' Bout A Revolution (7", Single)||Elektra||969 376-7||Europe||1988|
|PRS-2002||Tracy Chapman||Talkin' Bout A Revolution (7", Single)||Elektra||PRS-2002||Japan||1988|
|10P3-6032||Tracy Chapman||Talkin' Bout A Revolution (CD, Mini, Single)||WEA||10P3-6032||Japan||1988|
|ED 5315, ED-5315||Tracy Chapman||Talkin' Bout A Revolution (12", Single, Promo)||Elektra, Elektra||ED 5315, ED-5315||US||1988|
|EKR 78T||Tracy Chapman||Talkin' Bout A Revolution (12", Single)||Elektra||EKR 78T||UK||1988|