Super D is an EP by Ben Folds, the last of 3 in a series released between Rockin' the Suburbs and Songs for Silverman. It has three original songs and two covers: The Darkness' "Get Your Hands Off My Woman", and a live performance of Ray Charles' "Them That Got", included as a tribute to Charles who had recently died. Folds wrote "Kalamazoo" when he was 19, and knocked it around for years on demo tapes before inclusion here, adding a disco-like string section "because could"
The 12-track release, which follows Songs for Silverman and the Over the Hedge soundtrack, also culls from The Bens EP with Bens Kweller and Lee (a word to the expectant mothers out there: if you want your son to become an alternative pop star, just name him Benjamin). To start the gripes off right, what's with the effortless title? And the album's artwork?
Yesterday at 11:58 ·. My dear bud Sara Bareilles is kind enough to join me Wednesday July 31 at 7pm in NYC at The Cooper Union for a Strand Book Store hosted event. We’re launching my damn book, mics in one hand and drinks in the other, until which time I shall sign copies of said book. Yesterday at 06:20 ·. Well ahead of its official release at a special event at Blackwell Bookshop Edinburgh, South Bridge - the first book signed for the first in line - Caley Cheney.
American Ben Folds has also lived in the city, inspiring his song titled 'Adelaide' from the album Super D. Adelaide's popular contributions also include Australian hip hop crew Hilltop Hoods, pub-rock act Cold Chisel and Australian Idol winner Guy Sebastian. Adelaide was awarded an UNESCO City of Music title from the United Nations in late 2015. My Super D. My Super D is a 2016 Philippine superhero fantasy drama television series starring Dominic Ochoa in his very first leading role.
Ben Folds Five is the self-titled debut studio album by American alternative rock band Ben Folds Five, released in 1995. A non-traditional rock album, it featured an innovative indie-pop sound, and excluded lead guitars completely. The album was released on the small independent label Passenger Records, owned by Caroline Records, a subsidiary of Virgin/EMI. The record failed to chart, but sparked an intense bidding war eventually won by Sony Music.